It’s never too early to start thinking about plans for an internship. They’re a great opportunity for you to explore career options and gain relevant, real-world work experience. The Career Development Center (CDC) offers several different tools, services, and resources to help you increase your chances of landing an internship.

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

Designed for undergraduate science and engineering students, REU programs are paid, 8-10 week-long opportunities to give students a glimpse into the grad school experience. Check out some sample REUs:

CDC Forms

If you’re an undergraduate student, you could have your internship listed on your transcript by participating in the Summer Internship Program. You’ll need to complete the CDC forms and receive support from a CDC staff member throughout your internship.

If you’re an international undergraduate student, you’re required to complete the CDC forms; international graduate students should contact their respective academic department for assistance with internship paperwork.