"If I had any tips for other students who have yet to take advantage of this opportunity [to take the STAMP test], I would tell them it is definitely worth it! It saves time, money, and lets you focus on classes in your major by fulfilling this language requirement faster."
-Emily (Class of 2019)
If you have taken at least one 300-level course, you are eligible to earn credit through internship experiences in which you use the target language most of the time. Internship credit is available for Arabic, Chinese, French, German, and Spanish. You must work 50 hours per credit hour you intend to earn. Credit is variable from 1-3 and repeatable for up to 6 credits total. If approved, you and the faculty member who supervises your internship will establish a syllabus that outlines how you will document your work. Grades are generally based on a final evaluation by the work supervisor, the weekly log and the interview.
Please submit the On-line Internship Pre-Application Form by the deadline stated on the form. For more information on the application process, contact your advisor in Modern Languages.
To learn about the internship experiences of Modern Languages student, click here.
If you are looking for a local internship, you may wish to use these resources: Local Internships.
If you are looking for non-profit organizations, you may wish to use the contact information found on this website.
Spanish major Amanda Brown working with a student at her teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) internship. Click the image above to learn more about Amanda's experience!
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