Career Outcomes: 93% of the Class of 2013 are employed or in graduate school.

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Salt Lake City, UT 84105

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Where Westminster Students Have Interned (2010-2013)

Arts & Sciences Internships 

Business Internships

Registering for Internship Courses at Westminster

To register you must submit a packet of five (5) forms or documents to the career center by following the instructions below.

    Reminder: Internships must be registered for credit prior to semester registration deadlines. 

(1) Student Internship Agreement form

(2) Employer Internship Agreement form

  • Must be signed by your site (work) supervisor indicating an understanding of their responsibilities

(3) Your Resume

  • Submit a copy of your resume (for tips on how to prepare your resume click here)

(4) Assumption of Risk, Informed Consent, and Release of Liability form

  • Read carefully
  • Print your name on the first page
  • Sign and date as instructed on the last page

(5) Your Learning Objectives

Why do an internship?

Employers Turned More Than Half of Interns Into Full-Time Hires
For students looking for a foot in the door of an employer, there’s more evidence that taking part in an internship could be the answer.

Employers responding to NACE’s 2011 Internship & Co-op Survey reported that 39.1 percent of their entry-level hires from the Class of 2010 came from their own internship programs. In addition, they reported converting, on average, nearly 58 percent of their interns into full-time hires.

- Spotlight for Career Services Professionals - April 27, 2011