To begin your internship placement, select the internship you will be completing:
Steps for securing a credit internship:
Many of CSUSM’s academic departments offer credit-bearing internship courses; some
are open to non-majors while others are required/restricted courses open only to students
in those majors. In order to earn academic credit for an internship experience, you must be enrolled in an internship course. Contact the faculty member of your internship course to determine course requirements,
supplemental department forms/processes, recommended internship placement sites, major-specific
internship credit limitations, and other pertinent guidance.
Log on to the database with your CSUSM username and password.
Non-credit internships on the database are listed as "non-academic internships."
Search for internships by clicking the "Opportunities" tab and entering keywords.
Keywords can include terms such as majors, social issues, industry type, age range
(i.e. children/youth, adolescents/teens, seniors/elders), type of service, etc. Students
can also search for specific community partners by searching under the "Sites" tab.