Jewish Studies | Internship in Jewish Studies
J498 | 30821 | Veidlinger, J.
JSTU-J 498 INTERNSHIP IN JEWISH STUDIES (1-6 CR)
30821 PERM Arranged time Veidlinger, J.
Above class graded on S/F basis only
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To help students to connect their coursework with the professional
world, students can earn a maximum of 6 credit hours in Jewish
Studies credit for internships. Through internships, students make
practical use of their skills, learn new skills, and start to build
professional contacts in the field of their interest. Students who
wish to receive credit through Jewish Studies for their internship
need to have a Jewish Studies faculty sponsor. Before registering,
they need to submit an internship authorization form that specifies,
in consultation with the faculty sponsor, what criteria will be
employed for evaluating the successful completion of the internship
and which will determine the appropriate number of credit hours.
Internships have to be authorized by the Associate Director of the
Jewish Studies Program before students can register. There are no
prerequisites and students do not have to be majors or certificate
students in Jewish Studies. Students are responsible for finding and
securing their own internships. Internships are graded S/F.