Internships and Professional Opportunities

Internship Coordinators

Fall Quarter 2019
Dr. Kimberly Harden

Winter Quarter 2020
Dr. Julie Homchick Crowe

Spring Quarter 2020
Dr. Helen Liu

Internships and Professional Opportunities

Internships are a great, and very popular, way to gain valuable work or research experience. To begin the process of getting an internship, proceed through the following steps:

  1. Begin the internship process by reviewing the requirements and resources on the Arts and Sciences Professional Formation page.
  2. Set up a meeting with the CMME internship coordinator about your goals, finding the right internship, application processes, etc.
  3. Once you have secured your internship, visit the CMME office to fill out the proper registration paperwork for CMME 4950. Or download it here.
  4. When you are registered, your internship coordinator will enroll you in a Canvas page where you will have a series of assignments, including the following:
    • 5 journal entries
    • attending 2 professional development events (and doing a short write-up of both)
    • participating in the CMME project fair
    • short evaluation of internship (paper and meeting)
    • time sheet of hours

In the tabs to your left, explore companies where many of our students intern as well as current open positions.