All students who have no program-specific work experience should have at least one internship, work study or experiential learning experience  as a part of your resume.
We work with employers across the state to make sure you have plenty of opportunities available for this kind of work experience. We'll also teach you how to cultivate these opportunities through effective search tactics and networking.
Many of our programs require an internship experience as a part of the curriculum. Your admissions representative or academic advisor will know if an internship is required for a specific program. You can then work with your rep and with Career Services  to make the necessary arrangements for this requirement.
Career Services posts both for-credit and not-for-credit internship opportunities on the DUCareerNET job board. Our goal is to give you the experience and confidence you need to be a successful candidate for a position in your chosen profession. DU Career Services also follows the National Association for Colleges and Employers 2011 Position Statement on US Internships  in order to assure the integrity of its programs.