The internship program combines academic study with career-related work/learning experiences. Students use their talents, skills and ingenuity in career-related work while earning up to 16 credit hours toward graduation. The internship program is open to Cortland students from all majors who are in good academic standing and have completed twelve credit hours at SUNY Cortland.
For more information, contact Lauren Christiansen, Internship and Student Employment Coordinator: 607-753-4715 or email@example.com.
NOTE: In addition to the elective credit internship options through Career Services and internships coordinated by Career Services for the Communication and Media Studies and Economics Departments, many majors across multiple academic departments require internship experiences within their curriculum. For information on majors that require an internship within the major curriculum, visit the curricular internships list.
Between 400-600 SUNY Cortland students intern each year with organizations such as: