Domestic Internship Q&A

Q1: How can I find companies and institutes that offer internship programs?

A1: About half of our students find their internships from the Career Center’s list of companies and institutes that host interns. Note that you do not have to visit the Career Center to access the list; you can look at it via the CEED online registration screen. Click the Career Center link (CC link) after registering on the CEED website and you can browse information provided by the Career Center. You can also search for an internship through the CEED website, on the websites of companies you are interested in, or through your instructors.

Q2: How much money do I need to participate in an internship program?

A2: Most companies pay for transportation expenses and part of an intern’s living expenses. Contact the CEED Office when no financial assistance is available.

Q3: How can I receive support from the CEED?

A3: Students are required to take either the Internship 1 course or Internship 2 course offered by the CEED.

Q4: What do I need to do to take Internship 1 or Internship 2?

A4: Students have to attend the internship guidance session in early April. Students who miss the guidance session are required to contact the CEED Office via email.

Q5: How long is an internship program in general?

A5: An internship typically lasts one to three weeks.