Do you want to be an internship site? Complete the Internship Interest Form to get started.
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If you have been hired as a Disney College Program Intern, please contact the MCC Business Dept. to receive credit at MCC.
If you are registered to take the Disney Internship classes (GBS270AC and MGT270AC) in the Spring 2014 semester, here is your class syllabus. There is more information on the MCC Business Department's web site.
Students, are you learning about the value of internships, trying to find an internship, or applying to receive college credit for your internship experience? Career Services is here to help! We can help with your internship search by referring you to potential internship opportunities. We also help students polish their resumes while learning interview etiquette. Career & Re-Entry Services continues to seek ways in which to expand internship opportunities for MCC students and to reach out to the MCC business community.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), 62% of students who completed an internship indicated they “definitely would” (36%) or “probably would” (26%) accept an offer for a full-time position from their most recent internship employers. NACE Survey Report Hotlink
MCC Career Services offers a number of ways to find an internship. Most students will find an internship through our list of local Internship Partners. But you may wonder whether a job you currently hold, or another position not listed on our sites, can qualify for Internship College Credit.
If you are proposing an internship for MCC credit, complete this packet.
For guidelines and questions, contact Felicia Price, Internship Coordinator, by phone at 480-461-7282, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, stop by Career Services, Building AD #42, Room 18.
Every student who earns credit through the Career & Re-Entry Services Internship Program must have a set of learning objectives that need to be fulfilled. These objectives are outlined by your academic faculty and found in your course syllabus. These objectives may include:
(Including and not limited to the following)
For Internship Site procedural guidelines contact, Felicia Price, Internship Coordinator, by phone at 480-461-7282 or email @ email@example.com. The Career & Re-Entry Services Internship Program is designed to give students flexibility to earn credit for an internship position that will complement their skills and college major. Therefore, a variety of positions may qualify for credit if they can fulfill minimum requirements. The following guidelines will help determine if a position may qualify for Internship Credit through MCC.
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