UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
An internship is a structured work experience in which a student has intentional learning goals that enable him or her to apply their classroom knowledge to the workplace.
Interns typically receive compensation for their contributions.
Benefits of Hiring an Intern Include:
Internships are part of UWRF's educational program, and are carefully monitored and evaluated for academic credit. An essential aspect that distinguishes an internship from a short-term job is that learning goals and objectives are structured into the experience.
If you would like assistance creating a new internship within your
organization, please contact the internship coordinator within the program of interest:
College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business and Economics
College of Education and Professional Studies
A College Internship Coordinator Will
- Provide employers and students with information about department expectations for successfully completing an internship.
- Collaborate with employers to ensure internship learning outcomes are met, and to ensure formal procedures are followed.
- Inform the student about how to apply for internship credit through the department and the college.
UW-River Falls Career Services partners with employers across the midwest. Interested in building a relationship with the UW-River Falls campus and students? We have many resources for your organization to interact with and recruit qualified candidates, to learn more about partnership opportunities, visit our Career Services website.
UWRF adheres to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) campus recruitment guidelines.
Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) legislation prohibits departments from recommending specific candidates to employers for an internship position. All students must have equal access and opportunity to be considered for an internship position.