Academic internships are completed as part of a class, as a requirement in your major or program, or under the mentorship of a faculty member. Internship sites must be approved by the university in order for you to receive academic credit.
Consult your faculty mentor or the instructor of your internship class. You may want to visit CSUMB Placements, where you can view a list of approved internship sites.
Internship Opportunity: County of Monterey
The County of Monterey Internship Program’s goal is to provide an experience for students in which they will gain invaluable skills and knowledge as they continue a path to their professional career. Internships may range from summer to a quarter or semester and up to multiple quarters or semesters.
County of Monterey offers paid or unpaid internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students. To see all open internship opportunities, check out the County of Monterey Internship Program website.
Monterey Bay Internships
Monterey Bay Internships is a resource that helps ease the transition for young adults from higher education to the workforce. Employers can take advantage of the talent groomed here at home. Students receive the training necessary to meet the employment needs of our local business community. Together we can help our region thrive.
The sites listed below have been reviewed and recommended by the Career Development staff.
Entry Point! is a program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) offering summer internships for students with disabilities in science, engineering, mathematics, and computer science.
World Institute on Disability offers 3-month summer internships in public policy research and training. Application deadline is mid-March. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The American Association of People with Disabilities offers a summer internship that has developed the next generation of leaders with disabilities and offered host employers access to a talented, diverse workforce.
The Federal Work Force Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities is designed to assist students with disabilities to gain employment with Federal agencies.
A training and technical assistance project to increase the participation of people with disabilities in national service.
The Emerging Leaders Program provides summer Internships and leadership development opportunities for students with disabilities.