Internships for academic credit
Internships are considered part of the academic learning process for many majors at Walla Walla University. An experiential learning experience is a great way to develop specific skills and knowledge, as well as make contacts and build confidence. Employers often assess the skills and abilities of prospective employees by evaluating their previous experiences. If you pursue career-related opportunities prior to graduation, you will have an edge over other candidates in a competitive job market.
Internship Interest Form
Complete the brief Internship Interest Form below to start the process of connecting your academic interests with career goals and begin networking with professionals. We partner with companies and organizations in our community across the state and nation.
Ready to Register Your Internship?
If you have already completed an Internship Interest Form, and are ready to take the next step on a specific internship, please follow the steps below:
To be completed during the first week of the internship:
To be submitted weekly:
Weekly Time Sheet
To be completed at the end of the internship:
HEALTH & PE MAJORS: An Employer Evaluation is also due at the midway point of your internship.
Employer Evaluation (send link to your employer)