Internships are optional academic program in which students earn academic credit while working in a professional work environment, and in most cases earn income.
Students balance classroom theory with professional hands-on work experience prior to graduation.
Credits are based upon the number of hours worked and the value of the work experience. Qualified students can interview for full time and part-time employment during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Jobs are available at companies and organizations representing private industry, non‑profit institutions, and government agencies on the local, state, and federal level.
Student Internship Paperwork
Internship Application PDF
Internship Learning Objectives PDF
Internship Petition PDF Students already employed can petition for their placement to be an internship.
Internship Final Objective Report PDF
Internship Placement Evaluation PDF
Placements are offered fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Students meet with staff one semester prior to considering an internship.
Employers interested in participating in the Cabrini internship program can visit JobSource to post positions.