Internship Timeline

Fall Semester

March– May

  1. Enroll in the -467 course applicable to your major
  2. Update your resume. Contact Demetria Moran from the Career Development Center as the proper resource to revise your up-to-date version.
  3. Complete the Student Information Form, available on the RIC SOM Internships website.

May – July

  1. Review what internship opportunities you would be able to pursue:
    1. Paid or Unpaid?
    2. Number of hours you are able to devote to your internship – i.e. 10 hours a week, 20 hours a week, etc., given your upcoming school schedule
  2. Start to search for internship opportunities that you would be interested in pursuing.
    1. Try the following websites:
    • RIC’s Destinations
    • Internships.com
    • InternshipPrograms.com
    • Job-Hunt.org
    • InternWeb.com
    • InternJobs.com
    • CollegeGrad.com
  3. Visit Professor Lawrence Wilson’s office to speak about the course and have any of your questions answered.

July – August

  1. Search further in-depth for internship opportunities to apply to:
    1. Review opportunities with Professor Wilson and/or his research associate, David Bradley, prior to applying to them.
    2. A preliminary email will be sent to all students registered in the -467 Internship course from Professor Wilson regarding the course and internship opportunities.
  2. Prepare for interviews
    1. Review your resume.
    2. Arrange for interview practice through a mock interview session with the Career Development Center.

Spring Semester

September – October

  1. Update your resume. Contact Demetria Moran from the Career Development Center as the proper resource to revise your up-to-date version.
  2. Review what internship opportunities you would be able to pursue:
    1. Paid or Unpaid?
    2. Number of hours you are able to devote to your internship – i.e. 10 hours a week, 20 hours a week, etc., given your upcoming school schedule
  3. Start to search for internship opportunities that you would be interested in pursuing.
    1. Try the following websites:
    • RIC’s Destinations
    • Internships.com
    • InternshipPrograms.com
    • Job-Hunt.org
    • InternWeb.com
    • InternJobs.com
    • CollegeGrad.com
  4. Visit Professor Lawrence Wilson’s office to speak about the course and have any of your questions answered.

October – November

  1. Enroll in the -467 course applicable to your major
  2. Complete the Student Information Form, available on the RIC SOM Internships website.
  3. Search further in-depth for internship opportunities to apply to:
    1. Review opportunities with Professor Wilson and/or his research associate, David Bradley, prior to applying to them.
    2. A preliminary email will be sent to all students registered in the -467 Internship course from Professor Wilson regarding the course and internship opportunities.
  4. Prepare for interviews
    1. Review your resume.
    2. Arrange for interview practice through a mock interview session with the Career Development Center.

Summer Semester

January – February

  1. Update your resume. Contact Demetria Moran from the Career Development Center as the proper resource to revise your up-to-date version.
  2. Review what internship opportunities you would be able to pursue:
    1. Paid or Unpaid?
    2. Number of hours you are able to devote to your internship – i.e. 10 hours a week, 20 hours a week, etc., given your upcoming school schedule
  3. Start to search for internship opportunities that you would be interested in pursuing.
    1. Try the following websites:
    • RIC’s Destinations
    • Internships.com
    • InternshipPrograms.com
    • Job-Hunt.org
    • InternWeb.com
    • InternJobs.com
    • CollegeGrad.com
  4. Visit Professor Lawrence Wilson’s office to speak about the course and have any of your questions answered.

February – April

  1. Enroll in the -467 course applicable to your major
  2. Complete the Student Information Form, available on the RIC SOM Internships website.
  3. Search further in-depth for internship opportunities to apply to:
    1. Review opportunities with Professor Wilson and/or his research associate, David Bradley, prior to applying to them.
    2. A preliminary email will be sent to all students registered in the -467 Internship course from Professor Wilson regarding the course and internship opportunities.
  4. Prepare for interviews
    1. Review your resume.
    2. Arrange for interview practice through a mock interview session with the Career Development Center.

Page last updated: December 20, 2013