The St. Kate's Internship Program provides internship options - choose the one that's right for you!
4/3/2: On transcript, cost of tuition, affiliation with major/minor is required
Zero: On transcript, no tuition, affiliation with major/minor not required
Not on transcript, no tuition, affiliation with major/minor not required
Questions about finding, applying, or registering for internships?
Internship drop in hours are Tuesdays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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Career Development Office
CdC 460 | 651-690-8890 | email@example.com
Credit Internship Registration
Once you have accepted an internship, start the registration process by completing the Request an Experience form (on Handshake) below for a 4, 3, 2, or Zero credit internship.
You will need to provide the following information:
Noncredit Internship Registration
Once you have accepted an internship, register by completing the Noncredit Internship Application by following the link below.
You will need to provide the following information:
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|Affordable Colleges||Lists, tips and high profile internships|
|LookSharp | Intern Match||Internships and entry level jobs|
|MN Non-Profits||Largest non-profit job/internship board in MN|
|Idealist.org||World-wide non-profit opportunities|
|Scitech MN||STEM internships for MN students|
* Please note that by creating accounts with some of these websites you are giving access to your personal information, which may be shared with recruiters or become public on internet searches. Use caution if uploading a resume and consider listing only an email address (LinkedIn or St. Kate's) and not a phone or home address.
About the Program: The St. Kate’s Internship program at St. Catherine University is one component of an extensive career planning process available to students through the Career Development office. It is designed to give students the opportunity to undertake a professionally supervised and planned work experience that relates to her academic program and career interests.
Some of the benefits an employer may receive from participating in the internship program include:
The Roles of the Intern and the Supervisor:
Student Intern - An Intern brings skills and fresh insights to an organization. She obviously is not an expert, but her role is much more than that of volunteer. She can make valuable contributions to the daily operations of your organization and undertake special projects that otherwise might not be accomplished.
Internship Supervisor - Student interns are supervised on-site by a staff person employed by the site organization. He/she is responsible for providing the intern with an orientation to the organization, training the intern in her required duties, and assigning, supervising, directing and evaluating the student intern’s work.
Supportive Staff and Faculty:
Faculty Internship Advisor (FIA) - Responsible for helping the student integrate the internship into her total academic experience. She/he evaluates the learning derived from the internship and provides academic direction.
Internship Program Director - Acts as a resource person and problem solver for an intern, FIAs and Internship Supervisors, and promotes communication between them.
Internship Program Director
It’s important to arrange regular workday hours with your student intern. The number of hours an intern can work can be influenced by the number of credits for which she registers.
150-160 hrs per term |10-12 hrs/week | 4 Credit Internship
75-80 hrs per term | 5-6 hrs/week | 2 Credit Internship
Fall Semester Internship………..Sept-Dec
Spring Semester Internship……Feb-May
Depending on the resources of the sponsoring organizations, compensation can take a variety of forms:
Required Internship Paperwork
Internship Learning Contract
The Learning Contract is created by the student and outlines the responsibilities and goals of all participants.
The Internship Supervisor is asked to complete the Mid-Semester Review form and discuss the information with the intern and the FIA during the on-site visit.
A Final Evaluation needs to be completed prior to the end of the internship and serves as the final review of the intern’s performance.
CONDITIONS for USE of KATIECAREER – EMPLOYER AND RECRUITERS
All employers and recruiters submitting content, including but not limited to job postings, will only submit content that is accurate, true, not misleading or deceptive in any manner, and fully in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, including laws prohibiting employment discrimination. All employers and recruiters agree not to participate in any unauthorized use of the KatieCareer platform. All job postings must be for actual job listings in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and may not contain any form of advertisement, promotion or endorsement, other than promotion of the job itself or require any form of upfront payment or referrals to other candidates. All employers are solely responsible for their hiring decisions.
Each employer contact agrees to provide accurate and complete registration information, and it is the employer’s responsibility to inform St. Catherine University Career Development of any changes to that information. Each contact registration is for a single individual who is responsible for preventing unauthorized use of the employer account and maintaining the confidentiality of the account.
By participating in St. Catherine University’s Career Development services, organizations agree that they will adhere to applicable federal and state EEO laws, regulations, standards, and guidelines as well as the appropriate principles set forth by NACE in all recruiting activities; that no fee will be charged to any candidate at any time; and organizations will not disclose resumes or other applicant information under any circumstances to other entities without the applicant’s prior written consent. The Career Development Center reserves the right to discontinue services to students, alumni and employers who have violated EEO and NACE guidelines.
Faculty Internship Advisor (FIA) Role & Responsibilities
The FIA is responsible for helping the intern integrate the internship into her total academic experience. She/he:
FACULTY INTERNSHIP ADVISOR CHECKLIST
The role of faculty internship advisor includes the following: