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INT 92G

Items of note:

  • INT 92g course begins on June 3rd, and ends on August 9.
  • Internships must occur between May 15 and Aug 27.
  • Internships must be at least 5 weeks long AND 100 hours.

To enroll in INT 92g, please:

(1) Obtain an internship offer letter from the internship organization/employer (Offer letter must include internship start and end dates between May 8th and August 27th, a detailed description of responsibilities and duties, number of hours/week, supervisor name, description of the supervision you will receive by your supervisor, internship location address, signature of the supervisor)

(2) Scan the internship offer letter in .PDF format

(3) Fill out the online Learning Agreement, upload your internship offer letter, and submit

(4) After your Learning Agreement has been reviewed, the INT 92g course instructor, Dr. Alyssa Stalsberg Canelli will email you an enrollment code, and make arrangements to talk about the course syllabus and expectations.

(5) For International Students ONLY: once you enroll in the INT 92g, ISSO will process your CPT internship authorization. You will receive an email when your new CPT I-20 is ready to pick up from ISSO. You may NOT begin the internship until you receive your CPT I-20.

Enrollment for INT 92g is open until July 16, 2019

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