The Department of Art Internship course provides students with a supervised, practical learning experience in a creative, art-related professional work environment relevant to their professional interest or program of study. With their Internship Supervisor, students will develop and prepare a framework for responsibilities, to be approved by a designated Art faculty member. All Art majors (BA and BFA) are required to complete a minimum 1 credit hour Art 3191 internship before graduation. Students may repeat Art 3191 up to three times. This is a graded course.
Students are responsible for securing their own internships and will work with their Internship Supervisor to arrange and record a planned schedule according to the following credit requirements:
1 credit = 25 hours over 15 weeks
2 credits = 50 hours over 15 weeks
3 credits = 75 hours over 15 weeks
Interesting read: 10 Reasons Why An Internship is Important to All Students
1. Student completes the Art Internship Enrollment request form (see the link below) with the internship supervisor and submits it to Academic Program Coordinator Jenifer Owens-Morrison firstname.lastname@example.org, by the first Friday of the semester which the internship is being completed.
2. Upon approval from the Department of Art, the student will be enrolled in Art 3191.
3. Students are enrolled in the Art 3191 Carmen Course.
4. Students complete a midterm internship progress check-in and feedback session with their site supervisor based on the site supervisor's assessment survey. Students also submit a final internship reflection.
5. Internship supervisor submits a mid-term assessment and a final assessment of the interns' participation in the internship. This is sent directly to the site supervisor.
It answers F.A.Q.
So you're ready to begin your internship search but don't know where to start. As a first step, ask yourself these five questions:
- Where do I want to do an internship? My hometown? Out of state?
- When do I want to do an internship?
- What type of work would I like to do?
- What type of organization would I like to work for? A large corporation? A non-profit agency? Government?
- What specific skills or experiences do I want to acquire?
Searching for an internship is a process, so start early. For more help, please take advantage of the resources available through OSU's College of Arts and Sciences Career Success Center. Click here for their internship-specific resources.
Helpful Guides &Tips:
- Resumes, Job Searching, Communicating with Employers, Interviewing
- Succeeding as an Intern
- Funding opportunity for unpaid or minimally paid Internships: College of Arts and Sciences Career Accelerator Fund