With a three-way partnership between the college, the student, and the work site, a BSC internship integrates academic knowledge with professional development and personal exploration. These off-campus experiences allow students to pursue their interests, try out possible career paths, apply their academic knowledge, and build their professional networks.
Internships are available year-round and may be credit- or non-credit-bearing. The Assistant Director of Internships assists students at every step of the process, from brainstorming potential opportunities to interviewing to applying for course credit.
Want to get even more from your internship? Consider making it a rise3 project.
The Assistant Director of Internships in the Krulak Institute assists students, faculty, and partner organizations with every step of the internship process. With an extensive list of partners and access to alumni and the Norton Board, our resources can help students create the experiences they need to meet their goals.
Students are encouraged to make an appointment for their initial meeting and to bring a resume for review. No resume? We’ll help you create one.
Assistant Director of Internships
Office Hours: Tuesday, 2:00 - 3:30 and Wednesday, 10:00 - noon and 1:00 - 2:30, or by appointment
Norton 266, in the Krulak Institute suite, around the corner from Student Development