The Internship Program at MSU Denver opened in 1974 as a small, yet innovative program. Over the years, the number of students served has grown significantly. Currently, The Internship Program serves over 1000 interns per year.
Paid jobs with possible credit
Some internships are paid work experiences that are related to a student's major. These positions provide hands-on work experience that enhance the students’ job marketability after graduation. The money students earn in these positions can provide significant financial support for their education. Some of these positions are also appropriate for academic credit.
Unpaid internships for academic credit
Both private industry and the non-profit world provide opportunities for students to enhance their classroom learning with an on-the-job experiences. Unpaid internships are done for academic credit. These experiences provide resume building skills and sometimes lead to paid employment upon graduation.