What Is an Internship?
“Internships are short-term, on-the-job learning experiences designed to allow students to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to a real-world, professional work setting.” – Intern Bridge
Internships are a great way to “test out” and gain experience in a career field. Another benefit is that they can lead to networking or employment opportunities. You should start looking for an internship well in advance. Here are some resources to help get you started! Learn More About Where Albright Students Have Interned.
On-Campus Internship Interviews
Employers come to campus October-November and March-April each year to interview you for internship and full-time opportunities. Visit Albright’s Handshake to research participating employers/opportunities.
Internship Quick Links
Employer Guide to Internships
For Credit Internship Agreement
For Credit Internship Procedures
For Experience Internship Agreement
For Experience Internship Procedures
Employer Evaluation of Intern
Student Evaluation of Internship
Unpaid Internships and the Fair Labor Standards Act
The Experiential Learning and Career Development Center provides access to several online services to assist you in your search which are listed below. Please visit or contact the Center if you do not know or are having trouble with your user id and password.
A semi-monthly publication of hundreds of internship and full-time positions in the environmental field. Contact the Center for the user ID and password.
An inside look at jobs and companies including salaries, reviews, and more – all posted anonymously by employees and job seekers.
The Experiential Learning and Career Development Center’s online service, Handshake, is available 24/7 for Albright students and alumni to search for full-time, part-time, seasonal or internship opportunities.
Albright College – Employers in Pennsylvania by Major
|Accounting||4,986||Drama, Theater & Visual Arts||1,654||Management Information|
|Art & Fine Arts||1,730||English||10,069||Mathematics||8,541|
|Asian Studies||261||Environmental Studies||972||Music||1,074|
|Business Management||29,416||Graphic Design & Commercial Art||1,586||Political Science||4,352|
|Cinematography||871||Human Development & Family Studies||6,648||Public Health||274|
|Classical Studies||1,310||International Affairs||81||Public Policy||4,500|
|Communications & Media Studies||5,602||International Business||357||Public Relations||254|
|Criminal Justice||2,896||Language Studies||456||Social Work||14,926|
Albright College – Employers in the U.S. by Major
|Accounting||129,667||Drama, Theater & Visual Arts||44,114||Management Information|
|Art & Fine Arts||48,850||English||266,399||Mathematics||223,968|
|Asian Studies||9,041||Environmental Studies||23,995||Music||28,627|
|Business Management||814,648||Graphic Design & Commercial Art||43,799||Political Science||76,839|
|Cinematography||32,569||Human Development& Family Studies||158,356||Public Health||10,769|
|Classical Studies||30,199||International Affairs||4,280||Public Policy||82,302|
& Media Studies
|166,345||International Business||19,071||Public Relations||8,814|
|Criminal Justice||67,535||Language Studies||17,813||Social Work||370,697|