Center for Career Development
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Internships are excellent opportunities to apply classroom learning to practical environments, gain valuable job experience and network with professionals in your field. Increasingly, employers are looking for internship experience when evaluating new graduates. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, students who complete internships get hired earlier and earn higher salaries than those who don't.
In order to qualify for an internship, students enrolled in baccalaureate programs must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours, with at least 15 of those hours having been completed at Edinboro University. Undergraduate students enrolling for internships must have earned a minimum overall GPA of 2.0, a minimum GPA in their major of 2.5 and must meet departmental internship criteria.
Students must pay tuition fees for all credits earned through an internship arrangement in accordance with the University schedule of semester or summer sessions.
Students who qualify for internship credits are encouraged to contact their respective department internship directors.
Students wishing to receive financial aid for their internship must complete the following steps:
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