At Cheyney, we know that internships are an important part of the professional development that prepares you for the future. They provide an opportunity to gain a practical knowledge of a profession within your major, internships allow you to take what you learn in the classroom and put it into action in real-world situations.
We strive to ensure that our students are more competitive in today’s global market. That’s why the Internship Institute — a dedicated collaboration between Faculty, Experience Providers and the CCPD — is designed to bridge the gap between the world of academics and the world that awaits you after graduation.
We actively encourage all students to participate in at least one internship or field experience opportunity before graduation.
Whether paid or unpaid, for credit or not for credit, Internships enhance your knowledge base through experience outside of a formal classroom setting. That’s why you’re encouraged to seek internship opportunities early. For more information on internship sites for the current academic year, please visit the Center for Career & Professional Development located in Biddle Hall, Room 207.
The Director of Career Services assists students in researching and applying for internships, but you must meet with your academic advisor to discuss the academic requirements of your specific major. Please fill out the forms below and return them to the Center for Career & Professional Developments prior to the start of your Internship.
This collection of websites offering internship opportunities is continually updated to make sure you have the best information available at all times. Please explore as many options as possible and look at more than one internship site. Although we will make every effort to make sure these links are active and available, some links will change and become invalid. If you do discover a link that is not working, please immediately notify us at email@example.com.
College Recruiter – Site offers several internship opportunities nationwide. Use the search term “internship” first.
Entertainment Careers – Provides information on jobs and internships in the entertainment industry.
INROADS – Internships and professional development for minority students in various positions and geographic locations.
The HBCU Career Center – Use your zip code and the keyword “intern” to find hundreds of internships in your area.
What Can I Do With This Major? – Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this website will help. Learn typical career areas and types of employers that hire in these fields, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.