internship

Internship Program

 


The Internship Program is the integration of academic study with pre-professional work experience. It is a developmental process designed to combine progressive learning on the job in a supervised environment while incorporating both an academic and career development component.

FDU’s Internship Program allows qualified students (48+ credits with a minimum grade point ratio of 2.50) to gain valuable job-related experience before they graduate. Students work in positions directly related to their major and gain exposure to career possibilities as well as a specific work environment. This pre-professional experience helps students to gain a competitive edge in the job market while they are still undergraduates. Students can earn academic credit toward their degree, if they meet the criteria of the program. Internships can be either paid or unpaid.

For More Information Please Contact:
Silberman College of Business
Mary Sakin, Director of Placement and Outreach
or
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Center Development Centers
FLORHAM:  973-443-8945   METRO: 201-692-2193

 

For More Information:

Contact Silberman College of Business:

Mary Sakin, Director of Placement and Outreach   
sakinm@fdu.edu
973-443-8377 FLORHAM
201-692-2136 METRO


The Career Development Center
FLORHAM Campus

285 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940
973-443-8945

METRO Campus
1000 River Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666
201-692-2193