SUNY Cortland's Internship Program

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.

Internship Resources

Internship Deadlines

  • Summer Session I, May 1
  • Summer Session II, June 1
  • Fall-Full Semester or 1st Quarter, July 1
  • Fall-2nd Quarter, October 1
  • Winter, December 1
  • Spring-Full Semester or 3rd Quarter, December 1
  • Spring-4th Quarter, March 1

Micro-Internships (click to view more)

Micro Internships

For more information, contact Taylor Lynch, Career Services Internship Coordinator (607-753-4715), or email

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 include optional or required internship experiences within their curricula. For information on majors that contain an optional or required internship, visit the curricular internships list