- 60 hours per 1 credit (180 hours for 3 credits)
- 3 learning objectives relating your internship to your major
- 5-6 page post-internship reflection paper
- Junior or Senior status
- Find an internship or talk to supervising professor for options
- Seek approval from the program internship coordinator
- Fill out an application on Handshake
- Add 3 Learning Objectives to Handshake
- Send supervisor your Offer Letter from your employer
- Get your Memorandum of Understanding signed and returned if needed
- Get registered
These steps must be completed BEFORE your internship or you will NOT receive credit
Toggle ItemHow to find an InternshipVisit Career Services and use their resources
Go to YCareer to search established internships online
Explore family or personal connections for internships that suit your desired career field and preference
Discuss options with your internship advisor listed below
Toggle ItemAfter Your InternshipSubmit an evaluation form completed by your employer about your performance
Submit a self-evaluation form
Submit your reflection paper within one month of returning
Toggle ItemInternship Reflection PaperWrite a 5-6 page reflection paper explaining how this internship experience benefited from what you learned (what theories went into actual practice during the internship, what observations you had on the job illustrate the materials or theories (ANTH, IPB, etc.) in the classroom? How the internship helped you decide what your career path might be, and any other benefits you gain from this experience. This is a critical reflection paper, not a description only of what the job tasks were. This paper is due within one month of your return from the internship to receive a passing grade.
Toggle ItemHelpful InformationThe Memorandum of Understanding is a contract between your employer and the school. It is necessary if you are the first BYUH intern at your workplace in the past year. If you are interning at BYUH or PCC, this form is unnecessary.
The Internship Approval Form is the form you will have signed and return to your internship supervisor. Some parts of the form may not apply to you.
The Internship Registration form helps explain the internship process.
For students leaving the US, flight funding may be available. Contact the career center for more info.
If students do their internship while not taking other classes, half tuition is still required.
For students leaving the US, Student Medical Benefit will not cover you. Make sure you arrange other forms of insurance.