Graduate Internship Opportunities, Services, and Resources
A good internship may be the deciding factor for employers looking to hire recent graduates. The professional experience acquired in an internship could mean the candidate is more likely to provide value from day one.
To start, the Career Development Center at Fresno State offers assistance when looking for an internship or career related experience. To learn more, contact the Career Development Center and take advantage of this opportunity.
Graduate Net Initiative Internship Grant
The Graduate Net Initiative offers a $1000 grant to Fresno State graduate students completing unpaid internships as part of their academic program requirements. These are competitive awards based on academic merit, financial need, and the degree to which the internship helps support the applicant’s academic and career goals. For more information visit the Graduate Internship Grant page.
Graduate Internship, Externship, Practicum, Field Experience, and Clinical Courses
Please note: Some programs have specific internships opportunities and resources, please check with your graduate coordinator if you can not find the courses related to your program below.
|Course Number||Course Name||Work Type|
|BIOTC 275||Biotechnology Industrial Experience||Internship|
|CDDS 267||Externship in Speech-Language Pathology||Externship|
|CDDS 268||Externship with Deaf Children||Externship|
|CHEM 291||Internship in Science Laboratory||Internship|
|COUN 208||Practicum in Counseling||Practicum|
|COUN 209||Advanced Practicum in Counselor Supervision||Practicum|
|COUN 238||Advanced Practicum||Practicum|
|Coun 249||Field School Counseling Practice||Field Experience|
|EAD 287||Internship I||Internship|
|EAD 288||Internship II||Internship|
|EDL 510||Field-based Research Practicum in Organizational Settings||Practicum|
|EES 216||GIS Practicum||Practicum|
|EES 263||Water Resource Management Internship||Internship|
|ENGL 282||Practicum in the Teaching of Writing||Practicum|
|ENGL 286S||Practicum in Literary Arts - Publishing and Programming||Practicum|
|FBS 291||Internship in Science Laboratory||Internship|
|HIST 297||Internship in History||Internship|
|KINES 285||Internship in Kinesiology||Internship|
|LEE 230||Supervised Teaching in Reading/Language Arts||Field Experience|
|MBA 272||Seminar in New Venture Management||Internship|
|MPA 287||Internship in Public Administration||Internship|
|MSCI 273||Marine Environmental Studies of the Gulf of California||Field Experience|
|NURS 210||Health Assessment in Advanced Nursing Practice||Practicum|
|NURS 236||Practicum in Advanced Clinical Nursing for the Adult-Gero Clinical Nurse Specialist||Practicum|
|NURS 238||Practicum in Advanced Clinical Nursing for the Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist||Practicum|
|NURS 254||Adult-Gero Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum||Practicum|
|NURS 256||Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum||Practicum|
|NURS 263||Primary Practicum Pediatric Nurse Practitioner||Practicum|
|NURS 264||Primary Practicum Family Nurse Practitioner||Practicum|
|NURS 267||Practicum in Secondary Prevention, Family Nurse Practitioner||Practicum|
|NURS 269||Practicum in Secondary Prevention, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner||Practicum|
|NURS 278||Practicum in Tertiary Prevention, Family Nurse Practitioner||Practicum|
|NURS 280||Practicum in Tertiary Prevention, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner||Practicum|
|NURS 295||DNP Practicum||Practicum|
|NURS 595||Translating Evidence into Reflective Practice I||Clinical|
|NURS 596||Translating Evidence into Reflective Practice II||Clinical|
|PH285F||Fieldwork in Health||Field Experience|
|PHTH 557||Clinical Experience I||Clinical|
|PHTH 558||Clinical Experience II||Clinical|
|PHTH 559||Clinical Experience III||Clinical|
|PHTH 565S||Community Outreach Wellness||Field Experience|
|PSYCH 240T||Practicum in Research Analysis||Practicum|
|PSYCH 267||Internship in School Psychology||Internship|
|PSYCH 268||Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis||Practicum|
|PSYCH 277||Role and Function of the School Psychologist||Practicum|
|PSYCH 278||Intervention and Prevention in School Psychology||Practicum|
|PSYCH 279||Consultation and Supervision||Practicum|
|PSYCH 282||Cognitive and Behavior Therapy||Practicum|
|PSYCH 284||Assessment of Intellectual Abilities||Practicum|
|PSYCH 285||Assessment of Learning and Developmental Problems||Practicum|
|PSYCH 287||Practicum in School Psychology||Practicum|
|PSYCH 288||Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis||Practicum|
|REHAB 238||Rehabilitation Counseling Practicum||Practicum|
|REHAB 239||Internship in Rehabilitation Counseling||Field Experience|
|SWRK 280||Field Instructed Practice I||Field Experience|
|SWRK 281||Field Instructed Practice II||Field Experience|
|SWRK 282||Advanced Field Instructed Practice I||Field Experience|
|SWRK 283||Advanced Field Instructed Practice II||Field Experience|
Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology
Craig School of Business
The Craig School Internship Program is different than a part time job. Unlike a part time job, a student receives academic credit upon completion of an internship. Also, the internship provides the student with a progressive learning and growth experience.
Kremen School of Education and Human Development
The Kremen School of Education and Human Development offers departmental internship opportunities. Please check with your adviser for a list of internships available in your area of study.
Lyles College of Engineering
Internships and cooperative experiences are highly encouraged in the Lyles College of Engineering. Numerous local, regional, national and international companies offer internship and co-op opportunities to students.
College of Health and Human Services
The College of Health and Human Services offers departmental internship opportunities. Please check with you adviser for a list of internships available to your area.
College of Science and Mathematics
The College of Science and Mathematics offers departmental internship opportunities. Please check with you adviser for a list of internships available to your area.
College of Social Sciences
College of Arts and Humanities
The College of Arts and Humanities offers departmental internship opportunities. Please check with you adviser for a list of internships available to your area.
Pathways - USA Jobs
The Pathways Programs offer clear paths to federal internships for students from high school through post-graduate school and to careers for recent graduates, and provide meaningful training and career development opportunities for individuals who are at the beginning of their federal service. As a student or recent graduate, you can begin your career in the federal government by choosing the path that best describes you and where you are in your academics:
- Internship Program: This program is for current students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate level, with paid opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while still in school. Additional information about the Internship Program.
- Recent Graduates Program: This program is for individuals who have recently graduated from qualifying educational institutions or programs and seek a dynamic, career development program with training and mentorship. To be eligible, applicants must apply within two years of degree or certificate completion (except for veterans precluded from doing so due to their military service obligation, who will have up to six years to apply). Additional information about the Recent Graduates Program.
- Presidential Management Fellows Program: For more than three decades, the PMF Program has been the Federal government’s premier leadership development program for advanced degree candidates. This program is now for individuals who have received a qualifying advanced degree within the preceding two years. For complete program information, visit: www.pmf.gov.
The Kenneth L. Maddy Legislative Intern Scholar Program
Each year approximately 40 university students are selected as Legislative Scholar-Interns. Legislative Scholar-Interns are placed on assignment in regional government offices, as well as in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. The Legislative Internship Program provides students with opportunities to develop public leadership skills while gaining practical knowledge of the day-to-day operations of government and the political process. Legislative Scholar-Interns receive academic credit as well as a stipend.