Thinking about a summer internship? There is still time to apply before the March 2 deadline.
How to Apply:
- Click here to access application
Complete application in its entirety including:
- Where you have applied (you do not have to be accepted by March 2nd)
- Your unofficial transcripts attached
Submit your application by:
- Dropping it off at the Eppes Hall advising suite front desk
- Or emailing it as a PDF attachment to email@example.com
Distance learning students:
Online learners are welcome to apply as well – and may fax or email the applications in. Internships can be anywhere in the United States, and are subject to approval by the internship director.
All internships for credit do not count against your excess credit counter. They will all count as a “SIP” or Scholarship in Practice course requirement and one Criminology upper level elective. Full time internships are 15 credit hours and can replace your minor requirement. Part time internships are 8 credit hours total.
Training can also count as an internship, as long as it is 15 weeks in length and either 20 or 40 hours a week.
If you meet the following requirements:
- College of Criminology and Criminal Justice student
- Have completed/are currently enrolled in your 3 core classes (CCJ 3011, CCJ 2020, and CCJ 4700)
- Have 60 credit hours
- Have a 2.0 or better GPA (Cumulative and Criminology)
Contact Raven Stewart via email or stop by during her office hours: MWF 10am – 12pm and 1-3pm in Eppes Hall advising suite.