An internship at Landmark is a career-related, credit-bearing experience that can provide mentorship, training, and exposure in a given field. Landmark College is committed to providing the resources required for students to access experiential learning opportunities and put into practice what they are learning in the classroom. Complete information about internship opportunities can be found on the Landmark College Carrer Connections web page.
Students pursuing credit-bearing internships must follow the Academic Affairs Internship Policy. Proposals for credit-bearing internships must be submitted for approval by April 30 for fall and summer internships and November 30 for spring. Three credit internships taking place in summer session incur a $1,600 cost.
Limited campus housing is available for students who are interning locally during the summer, through our Summer Credit Program.
The first step for any student interested in pursuing an internship is to speak with their Academic Advisor. Upon Advisor recommendation, staff in the Career Connections office are available to support students in identifying internship opportunities and with the resume, cover letter, and interview preparation they will need in order to apply and be competitive.
Similar to workplace expectations for professionalism, internships require students to have the independent work, self-advocacy, and time-management skills needed to be successful. Academic Advisors play an important role in helping students to determine readiness, identify how an internship might fit in with their academic plan, and adhere to the Internship Policy for credit.