Please see Career Services if you have any questions about the internships below. Building 36N - Thunderbird Student Success Center (Southern & Dobson)
- College Shout Out - Looking for student interns in Marketing, Social Media, Special Events, Data Analysis, Media Production, and Graphic Design.
- INROADS - Tomorrow's STEM Leaders Today. Check out their flyer.
- AZ State Fair Internships - Opportunities available in Accounting, Events, Exhibits and Entries, and Marketing
- Arizona State Legislative Internships
- State of Arizona - "Interns-In-Action"For a complete list of opportunities visit the page above and click on the azstatejobs.gov link, then search keyword internship.
- Spindle.com Internship - a technology company looking for candidates that have experience in at least one of the following areas: web/graphic design, email marketing, social media marketing, data analytics or marketing/advertising
Employers Contact Us
Employer Interest Form
Do you want to be an internship site? Complete the Internship Interest Form to get started.
Fall & Spring Semesters:
Mon-Thu: 8 am - 6 pm
Fri: 8 am - 5 pm
Closed Sat and Sun
Mon-Thu: 7 am - 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun
Why Internships are so Important!
An internship is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths; and give employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent. 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.
Student Internship Proposal Packet
If you are proposing an internship for MCC credit, complete this packet.
- Student Internship Packet
- Five Steps to an internship
Risk Management Forms:
If you are a potential Internship Site, please complete our Internship Site Interest Form and we send you information about the procedures to qualify. The Career 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.
Every student who earns credit through the Career 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:
- Learn key skills required in your industry
- Gain a knowledge of core activities
- Learn how organizations measure success
- Discover career paths in industry
- Learn the organization’s culture
- Learn the organization’s chain of command/hierarchy
- Learn the organization’s policies/procedures
- Learn how the company communicates with its customers/target audience
What Every College Student Should Know
- All internships are learning experiences – some may be paid while others may be non-paid depending upon industry trends.
- Make the most out of your internship experience by timely, quality work and applying critical thinking
- Gain real world experience and learn new skills while earning college credit
- Build your resume, portfolio, and/or curriculum vitae as well as collecting letters of reference
- Network and make new connections in the industry for any future job seeking opportunities
- Most employers (58% or more) are more likely to hire interns --- be professional
- Seek out challenges and demonstrate a desire to learn and develop
- Be respectful and courteous and make a positive impression
- Ask thoughtful questions and express your interest in learning more
- Treat your internship experience as if it were an extended job interview