At Furman, internships are considered a part of the academic learning process. You’ll use your internship to gain knowledge and skills by applying your classroom experiences and pursuing your interests.
Over seventy percent of our students complete an internship during their time at Furman and you’ll find there are a lot of resources to support you in the internship process. In the past, students have taken advantage of faculty-led courses; advice and connections from our alumni, parents, and friends; our Summer Fellowship Funding process; and one-on-one attention from the Internship Office.
Get started on your search for an internship by meeting with the Internship Office to assist with tools, resources, and connections. Contact us.
When you are ready, submit a completed Intern Summer Fellowship Funding Application by March 31.
Get started on your search for an internship. Find internships anywhere through our community, alumni connections, and on-line resources.
Get help with preparing your application materials from resume and cover letters to LinkedIn profiles and interview practice.
Furman has one of the few programs in the country that helps support students with unpaid or low paid summer internships by providing Summer Fellowship Funding.
Learn your department's internship course requirements.
We regularly engage community partners, alumni, parents and other key stakeholders to help provide meaningful internship experiences for our students.
The Internship Office is available to meet with you and your students to share internship opportunities that meet academic department requirements, along with details about the Summer Fellowship Funding process.
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