Apply for Jobs and Internships

An internship is typically work experience that is career-related. Internships can be paid or unpaid, part-time or full-time, and can take place off-campus or on-campus. Summer internships are the most popular, but some students intern during the fall and spring semesters.

Why complete an internship?

Internships offer a way to try a career and gain exposure in your field of interest while in college. Many students have a hard time choosing between different career options, and an internship is a way to help you decide if you will like a career.

Internships allow you to gain relevant experience and skills. Having an internship that is related to your career path can often count as “years of experience” when you apply for a job. You will stand out from other candidates because you will probably need less training than someone without any internship experience.

Networking is still the number one way people obtain jobs. By completing an internship in your field, you will meet people that can give you advice and assistance when you graduate.

Log in to ePACK to search for internships and jobs, post your resume, and find employers that may offer the type of internship you are looking for.

CALS Internships

Developing Future North Carolina Farmers

Developing Future NC Farmers (DFNCF) is a program that includes: a 12-week internship with a successful ag mentor, workshops to enhance business knowledge, and completion of a personal business plan. DFNCF is designed for students who are interested in pursuing their own agricultural operation in the future.

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Other Internship Sites

Other Resources

  • Internship Checklist – How to begin your internship search experience
  • Sample Internships – Organizations where CALS students have completed internships
  • Internship Journal – Writing a journal during your job or internship is useful in keeping track of your professional growth and development