Resources to help you during the internship search process include Handshake, internship search workshops, and Trinity-sponsored internship programs.
A Trinity-sponsored internship program that connects business students with local companies for credit-bearing internships that span the duration of an academic year.
Trinity enables students to earn up to six academic credits for internships that complement their academic program. The internship is to be a structured and supervised professional work experience with an accepted employer.
How can I find an internship or job?
Trinity provides resources to help you drive your internship search. We host internship search workshops two times per week and manage Handshake, Trinity's job and internship database. See below for more information on how to connect to these resources. See below for more information.
Can I get an internship through Trinity?
In addition to the internship search resources like Handshake and search workshops Trinity sponsors four internship programs for students in all majors. See "Finding an Internship" page for more information.
Can I get academic credit for an internship? What are the requirements?
Yes, Trinity enables students to earn up to six academic credits for internships that complement their academic program. See "Academic Credit" page for more information.
How do I register for internship credit?
We recommend beginning the registration process 4-6 weeks before the internship begins. The process can take several weeks as it requires signatures from your course instructor, academic adviser, department chair, and site supervisor. The deadline for internship registration is fifteen business days after add/drop. See "Academic Credit" page for more information.
Can I get academic credit for a summer internship?
It is possible to enroll in credit during the summer, but in most cases we do not recommend it due to the high cost of tuition during the summer months. During the fall and spring semester there is no extra charge for tuition as long as you remain enrolled in the 12- 18 credit hour range.