NVTC

Intern Programs

Commonwealth STEM Industry Internship Program

U.S. University Intern Programs

Other Intern Programs



DeVry University
Internship Program


To supplement the classroom experience, DeVry University Career Services has a Cooperative Education/Internship program designed to provide part-time, relevant work experience for degree-seeking students while functioning as an excellent source of personnel for employers.

Web site: http://www.devry.edu/career-commitment/career-services.html
Contact: Jack Webster, Director, Career Services
Phone: (703) 414-4013
E-mail: JWebster@devry.edu



George Mason University
University Career Services


University Career Services is a central resource for employers interested in recruiting Mason students.

Internships: Internships are work experiences that provide students with practical knowledge in a particular field or area of study. Internships may be paid or unpaid and may or may not be credit bearing. Credit for internships is arranged through the student's academic department. For more information about this document, contact University Legal Counsel

Cooperative Education (Co-op): Co-op is a structured program which enables students who meet specific eligibility requirements to gain paid, professional-level work experience related to their major and career plans. Co-op positions provided by employers must relate to the student's academic major, and at least 80% of the time on the job must be spent on tasks related to the student's field of study. A minimum of 12 consecutive weeks of work with the same organization is required.

Part-time, Career-related Jobs: Paid positions that may involve significant career-related tasks and allow students to get a "flavor" of a particular kind of organization or occupation. Summer positions are included in this category. Listing positions in HireMason: http://careers.gmu.edu/employers/. When posting internships on our HireMason site, employers are required to provide a minimum of two learning objectives for the internship that clearly and precisely describe what it is the intern will accomplish by performing a task(s).

Web site: http://careers.gmu.edu/employers/
Contact: University Career Services
Phone: (703) 993-2370, fax 703-993-2361
E-mail: recruit@gmu.edu



Georgetown University
Industrial Leadership in Physics Graduate Program


The Industrial Leadership in Physics (ILP) program combines a graduate level curriculum in advanced applied physics with training in business management and entrepreneurship. After four semesters of coursework in physics, intellectual property and business, students go on year-long internships, working on industrial problems at the partner company location.

Web site: https://physics.georgetown.edu/graduate-studies/graduate-studies
Contact: Prof. Jim Freericks, Director of Graduate Studies
Phone: (202) 687-6159
E-mail: freericks@physics.georgetown.edu




George Washington University

GW's Center for Career Services is the central resource for students, alumni and employers focused on connecting Colonials to a wide range of career possibilities. GWork is our comprehensive online system that allows employers to organize all of their intern recruitment and hiring needs, and allows students to easily search for internship opportunities.

Web site: http://careerservices.gwu.edu
Contact: GW Center for Career Services
Phone: (202) 994-6495
Email: gwcareercenter@gwu.edu




James Madison University

Career and Academic Planning (CAP) at James Madison University assists students with all aspects of internship preparation, such as writing resumes, cover letters and interviewing assistance as well as connecting with employers. CAP uses the Symplicity platform as its recruiting software which serves as a central resource for employers who want to recruit JMU students.

Internships are work experiences that allow students to gain practical skills and knowledge in a specific career field. Internships at JMU can be paid or unpaid, for academic credit or no credit. They can take place at any point in the semester, but are most often completed during the summer. Internships are encouraged in all majors at JMU and some majors require internships for academic credit as a requirement for graduation. Many academic departments have faculty who serve as internship coordinators and provide approval for experiences that have been acquired by the student in order to receive credit. Internships for academic credit have to be set up in advance with the student's academic department.

Web site: http://www.jmu.edu/cap/employers
Contact: Career & Academic Planning
Phone: 540-568-7379
E-mail: recruitaduke@jmu.edu




Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School develops leaders to tackle society's toughest challenges. Our students navigate at the intersection of business, government, and social sectors, devising business-driven solutions that are humanistic, innovative, and sustainable, underlining the school's philosophy of teaching business with humanity in mind.

Programs include the two-year, full-time Global MBA; a part-time MBA geared to working professionals; the Executive MBA, designed for senior managers; full- and part-time MS programs in enterprise risk management, information systems, finance, health care management, marketing, and real estate and infrastructure. Depending on the academic program, courses are available in Baltimore, MD and/or Washington, D.C. The part-time MBA (Flex MBA) is currently available online (effective for the Fall 2015 semester), with concentration areas in Management, Health Care Management, and Financial Businesses.

Web site: http://carey.jhu.edu/
Contact: Career Development Office
Phone: 410-234-9270
Email: carey.careerservices@jhu.edu




Marymount University
Career and Internship Center


Center for Career Services

At Marymount University, we strongly believe in the powerful role that internships can play in shaping a student's career path. Internships give students the opportunity to explore an area of interest in a professional environment while building skills and knowledge necessary for success in their field. The Center for Career Services distinguishes between two types of internship opportunities for our students: Professional and Pre-Professional Internships.

Professional (For-credit) Internships

All students at Marymount are required to complete a for-credit internship before graduating. Typically, students enroll in these internship experiences during their Junior or Senior year. In order to qualify for the Professional Internship, students must have completed 90 hours of coursework to ensure that they have sufficient classroom experience in their major to apply in the internship setting.

In order for an internship to qualify for-credit, the internship experience must provide ample opportunity for the student to utilize information learned in the classroom in a professional setting. Intern duties should have a professional component and/or involve direct observation of professional activities. Administrative tasks (i.e. general office work) should comprise less than 40% of the internship. Students generally must work 120 hours in order to qualify for 3 credits; 240 hours for 6 credits. Professional internships may be paid or unpaid.

All Professional Internships must be pre-approved by the Center for Career Services and the relevant academic department before the student begins the internship experience. Employers desiring to post a Professional Internship should contact the Center for Career Services at 703-284-5960.

Pre-Professional Internships

In addition to the Professional Internship which all students must complete before graduation, Marymount University students are encouraged to pursue multiple internships during their college career. These Pre-Professional Internships can take a variety of forms and consist of a wide range of duties. Pre-Professional Internships are an opportunity for students to gain exposure to their field, network with professionals, and begin to build job skills. Pre-Professional Internships may be paid or unpaid. However, Marymount University does not provide credit for Pre-Professional Internships. Employers desiring to post a Pre-Professional Internship should review the Center for Career Services posting guidelines.

Web site: www.marymount.edu/careerservices
Contact: Center for Career Services
Phone: (703)-284-5960
E-mail: career.services@marymount.edu




Northern Virginia Community College– Annandale Campus
The Cooperative Education Program


The Cooperative Education Program enables students and employers to benefit from each other's needs and services. Students are able to gain experience and academic credit with the assistance of faculty and on-site professionals, and employers are able to gain access to a source of highly motivated and productive employees. If students meet the academic qualifications (having a 2.0 cumulative GPA; 15 earned credits and 6 credits in their major), students may complete a maximum of 3 semesters of co-op through NVCC and may enroll during any semester, however, they should submit materials 30 days prior to the end of the previous semester when they want to begin their co-op. Students may work part-time or full time and are required to register for the co-op course where they will complete a series of assignments. Internships may be paid or unpaid, but we do encourage employers to at least assist students in covering the cost of their transportation. Employers may learn more about their role in the co-op program at http://www.nvcc.edu/campuses-and-centers/annandale/academic-divisions/
business--public-services/coop/index.html


Web site: http://www.nvcc.edu/campuses-and-centers
/annandale/academic-divisions/business--public-services/coop/index.html

Contact: Jared Moffett
Phone: (703) 323-3719
E-mail: jmoffett@nvcc.edu



Old Dominion University
Career Advantage Program


The Career Advantage Program (CAP) is our students' link to career assistance, resources, and experience. The foundation of CAP is their opportunity to gain work experience related to their major through internships, cooperative education or practical experience outside the classroom.

Web site: http://odu.edu/cmc
Contact: http://odu.edu/cmc/directory
Phone: (757) 683-4388
E-mail: cmc@odu.edu



Shenandoah University
Byrd School Internship Program


specialize in IT, entrepreneurship, health care and other areas. The internship begins with a contract that clearly sets expectations and keeps everything on track. Inspired by the medical internship model, students write 'Critical Incident Reports' which encourage critical reflection. This is known to enhance learning and improve job performance. Recent placements include Deloitte, Mantech, Manila Consulting Group and American Systems.

Brochure: http://www.su.edu/business/files/2012/07/Byrd-School-Intership-Flyer.pdf
Web site: http://www.su.edu/bsb/template_.cfm
Contact: Giles Jackson, Ph.D., Director of Internships
Phone: 202-257-4854
E-mail: gjackson@su.edu



University of Virginia's Biomedical Engineering/Chemical Engineering/Nanomedicine Industrial Internship Program

The BME Industrial Internship Program was created to provide opportunities for UVA students to gain practical experience working on real-world bioengineering-related projects in a corporate setting. Companies receive the benefit of engineering skills, current knowledge, leadership abilities and practical laboratory experience from our students. The program has been expanded to include Chemical Engineering and Nanomedicine students. These excellent students are anxious to identify solid work experiences in industry as well as academic laboratory settings. Please contact Bobbe Nixon for further details.

Web sites: http://bme.virginia.edu/undergraduate/internships.html and http://www.che.virginia.edu/ and http://www.seas.virginia.edu/acad/programs/engrsci/curriculum_nanomedicine.php
Contact: Mrs. Roberta (Bobbe) A. Nixon, Director of Internships & Corporate Outreach for BME, CHE & Nano
Phone: (434) 243-6285
E-mail: bobbe@virginia.edu or ran2x@virginia.edu



Virginia International University
Academic Internship and Optional Practical Training Program


VIU's Academic Internship program gives students an opportunity to gain experience in their respective fields before graduation. Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and Optional Practical Training (OPT) are available to international F-1 students. Career Center database CSM allows employers to post their internship openings and review student résumés.

Web site: http://viu.edu/students/services/career-planning.html
Contact: Robyn Taylor, Career Center Manager
Phone: (703) 591-7042, x 366
E-mail: career@viu.edu



Virginia Tech
Cooperative Education and Internship Program (CEIP)


The Career Services Cooperative Education / Internship Program is an undergraduate academic program to incorporate real world work experience and learning into the student's college academic experience.

Co-ops and internships give students educationally-related work and learning experience that integrates theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skill development on the job, and contributes to the development of personal and professional maturity and ethics.

Co-ops and internships give employers the opportunity to assist in the student's development, supplement their workforce with emerging talent, and enhance their long-range recruiting efforts by evaluating students' potential for employment at graduation.

Web site: www.career.vt.edu
Contact: Lori Mitchell, Director of Cooperative Education and Internship Program
Phone: (540) 231-6241
E-mail: llmitch@vt.edu




Korea-US Science Cooperation Center

The NVTC is cooperating with the Korea-US Science Cooperation Center (KUSCO) in an exciting and innovative new exchange program, between the U.S. and South Korea. The major purpose of this program is to enable young Korean university students to come to the United States and participate in a professional internship, preceded by a period of intensive study of English. These interns, whose English must be at a high level even to participate, will be available to work with NVTC member companies for a period of up to one year. KUSCO has been designated by the U.S. Department of State as a sponsor of this program (called the WEST Program - Work, English, Study, Training) and with it comes the right and responsibility to issue the paperwork necessary for the J-1 Exchange Visitor visa to be issued to our participants. With that visa, our interns have the right to work legally in the USA, they will have social security numbers, and are obligated to file and pay U.S. taxes as well. In addition, KUSCO will provide health and accident insurance for each participant.

Web site: www.kusco.org
Contact: Jim Kelman, KUSCO WEST Program Director
Phone: 703-942-8470
E-mail: jkelman@kusco.org