The University of Evansville was one of the first schools to adopt the cooperative education concept in 1919. Since then, experiential education has been a value-added piece for all students' Evansville Experience. Regardless of your academic major, you are encouraged to contact Center for Career Development to find out more about the local, regional, national and international opportunities available to you today.
Definitions of Internship and Co-op
What is the difference between an internship and a co-op?
Benefits of Internships and Co-ops
What are the benefits of having an internship or co-op experience?
Managing Your Internship Search Process
A basic outline to help you manage your internship search process.
Internship Expectations: What an Internship Is and Is Not
The following information will help you develop appropriate expectations for your internship experience.
Internship and Co-Op Information
This link provides information on how to help you write effective learning objectives for your internship or co-op experience and contains internship and co-op forms.
KURE Summer Program (Kidney Undergraduate Research Experience)
Through the generosity and investment of UE Alumni, a unique summer research opportunity is available for University of Evansville Life Science’s students.
Experiential Education Stipend
University of Evansville students in good academic standing, completing a minimally paid or unpaid experiential education opportunity may be eligible to receive a $500.00 stipend once during your college career. Download application.
Strategies for a Successful Co-op or Internship
Learn the unwritten rules of being a successful intern or co-op; this list comes directly from student feedback and input.
Turning an Internship Into Full-Time Employment
Read these six tips from career experts on taking an internship to the next level.