Internships are part of Furman’s academic program, so we encourage our students to search for opportunities that allow them to assist organizations through meaningful, professional internship projects. By setting learning objectives and applying the knowledge gained in their courses, activities, and experiences, internships allow students to obtain relevant experience and skills for their future.
The internship supervisor, who will mentor and give feedback to our students through regular meetings, is an essential and valuable part of the internship experience. Thank you for your interest in Furman University’s Internship Program.
Furman seeks internships that include problem-solving, communication, research, teamwork, and professional projects. To ensure our students get this experience, we have outlined some basic requirements for any internship:
Our students are available throughout the year. They work full-time in the summer, and part-time (12-15 hours a week) during the academic year. Be sure to contact our office at the appropriate time to request an intern: