Real World Opportunities and Winning Partnerships
What is an internship?
Internships provide a valuable experience for both the student and sponsoring organization. While internships can be paid or unpaid, they are not considered the same as part-time employment or volunteer work. Internships, which are typically 3 to 6 months in duration, are guided by a structured learning plan that includes specific educational objectives. Additionally, internships:
*Note: Additional criteria may apply based on departmental guidelines governing internships at Pitt-Johnstown.
Internships provide students with many distinct advantages as they prepare for their careers:
Benefits to organizations hosting an academic internship are numerous and include:
For more information on internships at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, please contact any of the following individuals:
Business Management: Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Information Science, & Human Resources Douglas Reed 814-269-2936 email@example.com
Computer Science Patricia Hagerich 814-269-2919 firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication/Public Relations Dr. Diane Nicodemus 814-269-7162 email@example.com
Environmental Studies/Geography Dr. Mary Lavine 814-269-2992 firstname.lastname@example.org
GeologyDr. Jack Beuthin814email@example.com
Journalism Leland Wood 814-269-7146 firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychology Dr. Alan Teich 814-269-2901 email@example.com