Internships are a crucial part of experiential education — giving you the exposure, training, and mentorship necessary for a successful career in a highly competitive job market.
Internships incorporate knowledge and theory from the classroom with practical application and employability skill development in a professional setting. Internships can be completed for academic credit or for experience. Additionally, internships may be paid or unpaid.
Experiential learning takes many forms so try not to get caught up in the job title. Whether it is called a co-op, internship, volunteer experience, professional observation opportunity, field study, research assistant, part-time job, or clinicals, many of these opportunities will provide comprable benefits and may qualify as an internship for academic credit.
Below constitutes basic eligibility for all Florida Southern College students. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee internship eligibility as additional requirements, stipulated by individual departments, may apply.
All information above is subject to change and represent minimum eligibility criteria. Certain departments have additional requirements beyond those listed above. Final eligibility is determined by your internship coordinator.
Find forms to report your internships, part-time jobs, volunteer experiences, etc.
Some departments have a specialized internship coordinator while others may work with a variety of faculty in their department.
Hayley Ross, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Anderson, email@example.com
Jeffrey Benatar, firstname.lastname@example.org
H. Bernard Davis, email@example.com
Deah Quinlivan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Albaum, email@example.com
Waite Willis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Malcolm Manners, email@example.com
Christine Morgan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy Senzamici, email@example.com
Risdon Slate, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Terrell, email@example.com
Mike Trice, firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other programs, please contact Dr. Tracey Tedder, email@example.com, or your faculty advisor for more information.