Internships are available to majors across the curriculum, both on and off campus. We have students who have interned at companies in Omaha, on both coasts, and overseas. Because an internship is basically a part-time job, students should keep an up-to-date professional resumé and be prepared to write cover letters to companies and organizations seeking interns. Students should also maintain highest-quality samples of their work, ideally that can be viewed or experienced online.
In order to register for an internship, you must first meet with the faculty member that oversees internships in your field of study. Internships must be arranged with the company before you register for the course.
Since the requirements of internships vary across our disciplines, there are significant differences in how internships are handled by various faculty.
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Visit the JM&C People page for a listing of internships shared by students, faculty, and alumni.