Real Life Experience -- Real Life Benefits
Internships are an excellent way to enhance your in-class learning with hands-on, experiential learning with a company or organization that relates directly to your career goals.
While the NMU Career Services Office does not award academic credit for internships earned (you need to work with your academic department in order to earn credit towards your degree), the center does post internship opportunities with companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations.
To begin your search, log in to Cat Career Tracks. Once you find an internship, contact your academic department to explore the possibility of earning academic credit.
Download a Resource Guide for Internships, Co-Ops and Summer Jobs.
For a helpful list of other websites to find internships, please click here.
If you have any questions regarding the internship-related services provided by Career Services, contact Steven LaFond, Assistant Director.