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Newsletter Spring 2014 Inside this Newsletter Academic Internship Program Program Introduction The Academic Internship Program (AIP) promotes career development and self-awareness by integrating academic learning with applied workplace experience. By participating in Rollins' AIP, students can earn course credit while exploring various career fields as an intern for a professional organization. The academic assignments are specifically designed to enhance the learning experience through in-depth reflection and critical analysis of the work environment. Each semester, students report that by engaging in this practical experience, the internship has help clarify their career goals, and has enhanced their academic, personal, and professional development. Summer 2014 Registration Student Interview Excerpts from Journals Tip of the Week Spring 2014 Statistics Pre-med Programs Competitive Internships Register for the Summer 2014 Internship course Contact Information Office of Academic Internships Mills Memorial Bldg, Rm 303 TEL: (407) 646-2391 FAX: (407) 646-2445 All A&S, CPS, and Hamilton Holt students can now register for a summer 2014 academic internship via FOXLINK by clicking on “Academic Internship Registration Form” in the left-hand column under the appropriate student tab. Registration Deadline: Tuesday, May 6th by 5:00 PM Mandatory Orientation (choose one to attend): 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM, Tuesday, April 29th 3:15 PM – 4:45 PM, Wednesday, April 30th Located in the Bush Auditorium If you have any questions or concerns about the orientation, please contact the Academic Internships instructor immediately. Lisa Johnson, Director of Academic Internships, (407) 646-2391 Sharon Agee, Director of INB Internships, (407) 646-2113 For more information on how to register for an academic internship, visit here.

Rollins Office of Academic Internships Newslette spring 2014

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