(Pictured on the right) Awarded Intern of the Year, an Indiana INTERNnet Impact Award, for work with TASUS.Read story
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At the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, most students are required to complete an internship as a part of your professional program. You’ll not only learn from some of the best faculty in the O’Neill School, you’ll practice what you have learned in the real world.
Internship registration and other forms required for your internship can be found on O’NeillCareers—log in is required. More information can be found in our internship guide. And, of course, if you have any questions, we’re here to help.Go to O’NEILLCareers Contact us
The National Society of Experiential Education describes internships as carefully monitored work or service experiences in which students pursue clearly identified educational goals and reflect actively on what they are learning. The purpose is to promote critical thinking, skill development, and personal and professional growth.