Academic year internships are part-time, while summer internships may be part or full-time.
Employers are encouraged to offer paid internships, especially during the summer. Sponsoring organizations offering non-paying internships must adhere to the United States Department of Labor internship legal criteria established for volunteer internships.
To qualify for an internship at NDMU, you must fulfill all prerequisites and should keep the following guidelines in mind.
Note: Your department may have more extensive requirements.
Once you have secured a position, meet with your academic advisor or faculty supervisor to confirm your eligibility, complete internship registration forms, and obtain necessary approvals.
Learn more about posting an internship/job opportunity, registering for a career fair, and recruiting student interns.
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