Center for Community Engagement

Academic Internships

Sam Broderick pruns trees during his internship with TreeTown Nurseries in Miramar

Sam Broderick prunes trees during his internship with TreeTown Nurseries in Miramar, CA.

Academic Internship Information for Faculty


  • Provide collaboration and operational support for faculty and students engaged in high-impact practices of for-credit, academic internships
  • Guide sustainable existing and new university-community partnerships related to for-credit internships.
Academic Internship Faculty/Advisor Handbook

Academic Internship Faculty/Advisor Handbook

The handbook includes the recent COVID-19 in-person placement guidelines.


Faculty/Advisor Processs

Faculty/Advisor Process

Faculty/Advisor Process (Flowchart) provides steps that will help guide CPP students to a successful placement of their academic internship.

New Community Partner

A partnership is necessary to ensure students are provided with a safe learning site and learning-based internship opportunities. A Request to Initiate Partnership Form must be completed for all NEW organizations wishing to host an intern or promote their internship opportunities.



For more information, see the frequently asked questions for faculty.

For additional information and/or questions about the Academic Internship Program, please contact the Engaged Learning Coordinator at 909.869.4269.