HOW TO FIND INTERNSHIPS IN
Whether you are a student looking for an
internship or a company looking for a student intern, this is the right place
School of Communication Students Looking for
Check out our COM approved internships
below on Handshake,
NAU’s online job and internship platform. Providers
are consistently posting available internships, so check back
often. Make sure that you have the skill set the internship provider wants
and follow-up with them as instructed in the in the internship posting.
We encourage all COM
students to find a great internship opportunity for themselves. Then you want
to check with faculty in your program and the Internship Coordinator to see if
the internship is eligible for credit.
Once you have the position, you need to fill
out an Internship Contract and fill it out completely. Generally, each semester hour
of credit equates to 50 work hours. For example, if you wanted to earn 3
semester hours of credit, you’d have to work 150 hours during the semester,
that’s about 10 hours per week.
The Contract needs a faculty in your program
to sign before it comes to the Internship Coordinator for signature.
Questions? Email: COM_internships@nau.edu
PROSPECTIVE INTERNSHIP PROVIDERS
Are you a place of employment looking to hire
an intern from the School of Communication? We would love for our students to
work in the community and learn more about their field. If you can offer a
supervised internship experience for one of our students, we would love to talk
more with you about how we can work together to make this happen!
We have all potential intern supervisors post
internship opportunities in Handshake, an online job
platform for all internship postings. All NAU students and alumni have access
and it’s the first place we direct students when they inquire about jobs or
If you have an internship opportunity for one of our students,
please go to Handshake to create a user account (select ‘Employers’). Once you have
been approved as an employer, you can follow these instructions to
post a job or internship. A bit of advice, don’t create a posting until your
employer account has been approved (we work on approving employers every
business day) as it will save you time and duplication.
It’s an easy and better way to coordinate multiple jobs or
internships under one provider and extend your outreach for qualified
If you have any questions as you are moving through this process,
please contact email@example.com and they would be
happy to talk you through it or make recommendations for content.
Internship Coordinator at COM_Internships@nau.edu.
They can answer any questions about the School of Communication internship
HOW TO FIND INTERNSHIPS IN HANDSHAKE
1. Visit NAU.joinhandshake.com or
download the Handshake Mobile APP and sign in using your Louie login
2. Click Jobs & Internships on
the left side of the screen
3. Once the Job Search pages loads, scroll
down to click Show Advanced Options
4. Click Label and then View
5. Select the check box for School of
COM approved and select Done
6. Click View Details for the description for
7. Click Apply Now to fill out an application and
submit your materials
If you have any questions as you are moving
through this process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure that you have the skill set the
internship provider wants and follow-up with them as instructed in the in
the internship posting.
Once you have the internship, don't forget to
complete and Internship Contract if you'd like to receive credit.
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