from other applicants by completing an internship through the CU Denver Experiential Learning Center (ELC). It's a great way to gain experience in professional environments, further your knowledge in your major, and gain confidence in your abilities.
There are many things to consider when looking for an internship. Where to look. When to look. What's best for you. The steps to take along the way.
We recommend a variety of ways to search for your best internship opportunities. You'll find hundreds of options.
If you haven’t found the right opportunity on Handshake or other job boards, consider developing your own internship using the methods below.
Finding an opportunity that interests you is half the battle. Now you have to show the employer that you're the right person for the job! Most employers require a resume and cover letter.
A well-written resume and cover letter increase your chances of landing an interview. So, be sure you're prepared.
Congratulations on getting an offer! Just a few more things to do before your first day.
Then, once you start your internship, remember that your internship advisor is here to help—especially if you run into challenges on the job. Contact your advisor directly or call 303-315-4000.