For CMC faculty members supervising internship credit for CMC students. Please complete this form to the best of your ability at this time. You may issue updates throughout the summer or semester, as needed.
Internship Policy Language from the CMC Catalog:
Internships for academic credit require academic work of equivalent rigor to an independent study. Such academic work will be a substantial addition to other internship requirements. Students must select a faculty reader to supervise the academic portion of their work. The student and the reader must agree on a list of required readings relevant to the internship and on a topic for a final paper or other assignments to be submitted to the faculty reader. Students must complete all academic assignments required by the reader and submit evidence of superior, conscientious internship performance, including a performance evaluation (collected through Career Services) from the internship supervisor. For more information, please visit the CMC catalog.