INTERNSHIPS: How We Can Assist Departments, Faculty and Staff
The UNT Internship Program assists students in obtaining high-quality internships prior to graduation and works closely with employers to develop internships within their organizations. In some cases, experiential education is known as a co-op or practicum. Regardless of what the experience is called, students gain valuable academic learning outside the classroom. The mission of the program is to develop well-prepared students who, through the benefits of experiential education, become the next generation of leaders for the global community. We feel strongly that when students gain real-world experience in their field of study, they excel academically, as well as professionally.
- Corey Davidson, supports internships for the following Colleges: Liberal Arts and Social Sciences – Communication, Media & Performance (Communication Studies, Converged Broadcast Media, Dance, Media Arts, Professional & Technical Communication, and Theatre), Anthropology, Integrative Studies/Social Science; Mayborn School of Journalism; Music
- Jazmyne Dixson, supports internships for the following Colleges: Education; Health and Public Service; Liberal Arts and Social Sciences – Humanities (English, French, German, History, Japanese, Philosophy, Religion, and Spanish), Social Sciences (Economics, Geography, Geographic Information Systems, International Studies, Latino Culture, Economy & Policy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology); Visual Arts and Design
- Vacant, supports internships for the following Colleges: Engineering; Information; Merchandising, Hospitality, and Tourism; Science
- Brian Hirsch, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Professional Selling and all RCOB Graduate Students and Alumni; Beth Kent, Aviation Logistics, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Operations & Supply Chain Management; Lola Aje, BCIS; Business Analytics; Economics; Finance; Information Technology; Real Estate; and Risk, Insurance & Financial Services
- Students at UNT at Frisco – Stacey Jones
The UNT Career Center is here to assist you with any or all of the following:
- Developing internships for your students.
- Assisting in the creation of internship course syllabi.
- Following up on employer leads you provide us.
- Working with employers to create meaningful job descriptions.
- Advising students about the internship process.
- Maintaining internship postings on Handshake.
- Facilitating departmental approval through Handshake.
- Troubleshooting internship issues between students and employers.
- Coordinating student and employer evaluations.
- Conducting employer check-ins/site visits.
- Offering workshops and class presentations on internships.
- Maintaining records on current and former interns by major and semester.
Here is the benefit for you: The Career Center can transfer the existing data faculty and staff already have concerning internships and retroactively add it to the Handshake system so there is a single repository of internship data. This allows faculty and staff the freedom to not have to worry about storing student information in a secure location while still having access to the data when it’s needed. We look forward to building a strong internship partnership with you and your department!
Unpaid Internship Scholarship
The UNT Career Center is offering scholarships for undergraduate students participating in unpaid internships. The intention of the scholarship is to encourage and support experiential learning opportunities that help students prepare for their careers. Learn more about the Unpaid Internship Scholarship.