About UNW's Internship/Co-op Program

Are you a UNW student interested in doing an internship? 

Official internship related information is located on  theROCK-->Calling & Career tab-->Internships.

Are you an employer looking for UNW interns?

Contact LRAshworth@unwsp.edu or call 651.631-5265.

UNW Internship/Co-op Statistics

  • 28 undergraduate majors require academic internships as part of the degree program. 
  • 11 undergraduate majors offer elective internships
  • 70+% undegraduate students indicate they have completed at least 1 internship before graduating
  • Master of Divinity students complete 2 years of internship

2012-2013 Academic Year

  • 258 undergraduate internships
  • 16 graduate internships
  • 67750 undergraduate internship hours|
  • 10 international internships

% UNW Intern's exceeding employer expecations

95% Integrity
90% Overall performance

UNW is starting a co-op program!

In the summer of 2014, UNW will begin building a co-op program.  Co-ops are similar to internships, but usually last for more than one semester, are paid experiences, and typically havve more intentional relationships with employers.  Initially, the co-op program will focus on engineering, biology and mathematics.

Learn More:

Watch the following videos to learn more about internships & co-ops.

 
 
 
*University of Northwestern, its directors, officers, employees, servants, or agents are not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of any off-campus employment and/or internship, and do not make any representation as to the working conditions that may exist at any place of employment.    The employment relationship exists strictly between the employer and the user.  It is the responsibility of the user to research the organizations or individuals offering jobs or internships to which they are applying.  The user is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party employer.