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  • The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is always keeping track of the attributes and transferable skills employers are looking for. You've probably used many of these in your part-time jobs, class projects or coursework, or in your extracurricular activities in campus groups, leadership, volunteering, and other personal projects:

    • Ability to communicate with others inside and outside the organization
    • Strong understanding of role within organization or project (sometimes referred to as teamwork)
    • Making decisions and solving problems
    • Planning, organizing, and prioritizing
    • Obtaining and processing information
    • Analyzing qualitative and quantitative information (and reaching evidence-based conclusions)
    • Technical skills related to the job
    • Creating and editing written reports
    • Persuading others
    • Professionalism and work ethic

    In addition to those above, there are a few other crucial things you're honing throughout your degree. You might have some of these:

    • Diversity, common knowledge, and an appreciation of multiple perspectives
    • Critical thinking, with an appreciation for the complexities of social, business, and structural entities
    • Understanding of people and groups: observing and evaluating how they process information and make decisions, and how cultural or societal norms affect the way they see the world
    • An understanding of human interactions across world cultures and time
    • Global perspective and awareness of challenges in the twenty-first century
    • New approaches and creative solutions
    • Receptive to new ideas and change
    • Original ideas and innovative thinking

    These are skills that can and should be incorporated into your resume, cover letter, and interviews. 

 
  • Please review the specific requirements pertaining to your major below. 
    Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

    Important Announcement:

    All applications for internship or co-op credit for Spring 2019 must be initiated by January 4th, 2019 in order to be approved for the Spring term. Earlier deadlines may be implemented depending on the academic departments Applicants must allow for up to 10 days of processing. Please do not wait until the last minute. It is highly recommended that you apply for the credit the semester previous to the one you plan to intern.

    NOTE: All students are required to meet with Education Abroad BEFORE applying for an International Internship. Students seeking academic credit for international internships must also apply for approval through Handshake.  Please contact Nadine Jones at njone119@kennesaw.edu to schedule a meeting.  For more information, visit the Education Abroad Internships Page.

     

    • COM 3398 (Internship)

      The process begins by contacting Professor T. Gray at tgray17@kennesaw.edu.  He will answer questions related to eligibility and share preliminary forms that must be filled out prior to proceeding.

      Application Deadlines:

      • May 1 for summer semester internships
      • August 1 for fall semester internships
      • December 14 for spring semester internships

      Participation Requirements:

      • A cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
      • Completion of at least 60 hours toward graduation
      • If you declared a major in the School of Communication programs Fall 2015 or after, you MUST BE ADMITTED to the program to be eligible for internship.
      • 3 hours credit in fall and spring require working 10 to 19 hours per week.  3 hours of summer semester credit must result in 20 to 29 hours per week.
      • 6 hours credit in fall and spring require working 20 to 29 hours per week.  6 hours of summer semester credit must result in at least 30 hours per week.  
      • Additional needs as outlined in the COM 3398 policy document

       Once students have been approved to participate in the program they will be directed to Career Planning & Development to complete the application process. 

      Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Apply Here

       

    •  CRJU 3396 (Co-op) 

      • Posted 2.5+ KSU Institutional GPA
      • Prerequisites: CJ major, 30 credit hours completed
      • Available for 1-3 credit hours per semester
      • Required two(2)-semester commitment
      • MUST be paid.

      Hours Per Week          Credit Hours Eligible
      10-19                                         1
      20-29                                         2
      30-40                                         3

      Email Professor Peter Fenton at pfenton@kennesaw.edu OR your Career and Internship Advisor with questions.

      All communication related to your application will be sent to your KSU student email.

      Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Apply Here

      CRJU 3398 (Internship) 

      • Posted 2.00+ KSU Institutional GPA
      • Prerequisites: CJ major, 90 credit hours completed, including 12 hours of upper-level CRJU courses
      • Available for 3-9 credit hours
      • Read over the CRJU internship information here


      The criminal justice internship is a practical field experience in which the student takes on significant responsibilities.

      Email Professor Peter Fenton at pfenton@kennesaw.edu with questions.
      All communication related to your application will be sent to your KSU student email.

      Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Apply Here

       

    • Before you apply, Please contact Dr. Jennifer Dickey at jdickey2@kennesaw.edu for application information

      HIST 3398 (Internship)

      • Minimum Institutional GPA required: 2.75
      • 9 Credit Hours max (not ususally in a single semester)
      • Requires 60 credit hours as a prerequisite

      Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Apply Here
    • SOCI 3396 (Co-op)

      • Minimum Institutional GPA required: 2.5
      • 3 Credit Hours max per semester (up to 9 credit hours total)
      • Requires 30 credit hours as a prerequisite
      • This course is a two semester commitment (see advisor for details)

      SOCI 3398 (Internship)

      • Minimum Institutional GPA required: 2.0
      • 9 Credit Hours max in a single semester (up to 9 credit hours total)
      • Requires 90 credit hours as a prerequisite
      • Read over SOCI internship information here

       Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Apply

       

    • English and Professional Writing students should contact Dr. Smith-Sitton (lsmith11@kennesaw.edu) prior to submitting an internship application. 

      ENGL 3398 (Internship)

      • Minimum GPA required: 3.00
      • Prerequisite: Writing 3109 Careers In Writing 
      • Earn 1-12 credit hours

      MAPW Internship & PRWR 7600

      • Minimum GPA required: 3.00
      • 6 credit hours max

       

      Apply Here
    • ANTH 3398 (Internship)

      • Requires 90 credit hours as a prerequisite
      • Requires ANTH 3300 and ANTH 4450 as prerequisites
      • Mandatory attendance at an internship orientation the semester PRIOR to intended internship and contact Dr. Alice Gooding (afazllol@kennesaw.edu) for more information. 
      • For a list of previous internship sites, click here

      Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Apply Here

      Questions about Anthropology internships? Contact your faculty coordinator, Dr. Alice Gooding at afazllol@kennesaw.edu

    • If you have questions about internships in Interdisciplinary Studies, please contact the below faculty BEFORE completing an application:

      ISD 3398 (Internship) - Interdisciplinary Studies Internship - Dr. Robbie Lieberman - rlieberm@kennesaw.edu 

      African and African Diaspora Studies - Dr. Griselda Thomas - gthomas2@kennesaw.edu
      AADS 3398 (Internship)- African and African Diaspora Studies Internship

      Gender and Women's Studies - Letizia Guglielmo - lgugliel@kennesaw.edu
      GWST 3398 (Internship)
      Before you apply, please contact Letizia Guglielmo at lgugliel@kennesaw.edu for application information

      • Minimum GPA required: 3.00
      • 3 Credit Hours max

      Questions about all other programs, including Latin American Studies, Asian Studies, Peace Studies, Religious Studies, and American Studies, please contact the program coordinator of your program.

       

    • GEOG 3398 (Internship)

      • Geography majors only
      • 15 credit hours of upper-division Geography courses
      • For geography internships using GIS, the pre-req includes GEOG 4405 Advanced Geographic Information Systems

      Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.

      Contact Dr. Garrett Smith at gsmith@kennesaw.edu for questions about the academic course.

       

      GIS 3398 (Internship), GIS 4415 (Practicum)

      Contact Dr. Nancy Pullen at npullen@kennesaw.edu for application information

      Apply Here
    • TCOM 3398 (Internship) - Technical Communication                     
      Paid Experience: Not Required
      Min. Semester(s): 1
      Participation Requirements: An overall GPA of at least 3.0 and junior standing.
      Max Credits: 3 credit hours

      INDS 3398 (Internship) - Interactive Design
      Paid Experience: Not Required
      Min. Semester(s): 1
      Participation Requirements: Must have 28 credit hours completed in Area F and Upper Division major requirements.
      Max Credits: 1-9 credit hours

      Apply Here

       

    • For those seeking an internship as a Psychology major, please contact Dr. Daniel Niederjohn. He can be reached at dniederj@kennesaw.edu or 470-578-6604.

      For the application paperwork, please visit the Department of Psychological Sciences website

    • For information about gaining internship credit for a major in Modern Language & Culture, please click here.

      Faculty Internship Coordinators:

     
    • Objective Statement Report
    • Online Career Portfolio Assignment
    • Student & Supervisor Evaluations
    • End of Semester Report

    For more information about these assignments, including due dates, please check Desire2Learn (D2L).

    * The supervisor evaluation will be sent (toward the end of the semester) to the supervisor of each student enrolled in a co-op course. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the evaluation is completed by their supervisor and returned to the Department of Career Planning and Development on time.

     

 

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