The University College offers internship opportunities for each of its students to
provide learning experiences and coursework related to your area of study. A successful
internship offers you an effective learning experience under the supervision of a
faculty member and an employer in the community. Consult with your academic advisor
regarding internship possibilities. You also may want to use some of the resources
available through the University of Memphis to assist you with your internship.
Developing Your Resume
Developing Your Interview Skills and How to Prepare for an Interview
Career and Internship Fairs
eRecruiting - Campus Interviews and Emails about New Internship Opportunities
UNIV 4110 – Internship (3-6 credit-hours). Supervised training in work related to the student’s
educational objectives. Prerequisite: Approval of internship contract.
Note: One section of UNIV 4110 is designated solely for Paralegal Studies students.
Please be sure to register for the correct section of UNIV 4110 and use the proper
Internship Contract. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Credit-Hours and Work
150 clock hours of work experience = 3 hours of college credit. 300 clock hours of
work experience = 6 hours of college credit. All work should be completed in one
The University of Memphis faculty member who is responsible for guiding the student’s
work and is responsible for assigning a final grade.
A resource person in the work setting that will supervise or coordinate the work of
the intern and provide an evaluation at the conclusion of the internship.
- As a student, you should begin the process by discussing internship possibilities
with your academic advisor.
- If employed, you can use your place of employment as the internship site with the
stipulation that the field supervisor certifies that the internship experience will
include additional learning activities other than regular job responsibilities.
- You should complete the internship contract and submit it to your academic advisor.
- Once the internship contract is approved, a permit will be issued and you will be
cleared to register.
If you have further questions, you should contact your University College academic
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Internship Contract form
The University of Memphis offers internship opportunities to students interested in enhancing their professional development, improving knowledge
and skills to meet career goals.