Externships & Internships
Students seeking externships and internships have many resources to assist with the process. ICUE can help to identify resources, assist with the application process, and help to prepare students for the position. Seminars are offered each semester to help students begin their search and individual assistance is available along the way.The Process
WHAT ARE CAREER-READINESS COMPETENCIES?
They are the skills employers have identified as most necessary for entering the workforce. We’ll help you find ways to develop and practice those skills before you graduate.GET WORKFORCE-READY
Our seminars and workshops provide guidance and resources to help you prepare for success in an externship or internship.
Make an appointment to create a personal development plan that incorporates experiential learning programs into your academic plans.
WASHINGTON DC PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION PROGRAM
In addition to meeting with a number of large agencies, you can personalize your visit by making individual appointments with people that align with your interests and career goals.
Internships and externships will take you far and wide. Work and learn with hospitals, book publishers, nonprofits, research labs, politicians, and more.
Internships through the Joint Electronic Crimes Taskforce provide an opportunity for UA undergraduate and graduate students to explore career paths and gain experience in the criminology and criminal justice fields.
Every summer New College interns live and work in Walker County, a rural community about 60 miles north of Tuscaloosa. Working closely with the Walker Area Community Foundation, UA interns learn first-hand the challenges and benefits of joining their talents and resources with those of community partners.