Guidelines for CIW Internships
- Once you have been accepted to the program, you should begin searching and applying to internships. The earlier you submit applications the better your chances are of finding an internship. Please reach out to CIW's assistant director of recruitment, Lyndsey Bullock, or our associate director, David Silbey, to schedule an advising appointment for more information regarding internship applications. Please note, this is not a placement program.
- Internships should begin within one week of the start of classes and should end during the last week of classes.
- Internships can be either paid or unpaid.
- No academic credit is earned for the internship unless required for your academic program.
If you’re attending CIW in the fall or spring, we recommend you work three days a week, Monday through Wednesday, approximately 24 hours per week.
This schedule will allow you time for academic work, for touring Washington, and for the occasional trip to Ithaca or home.
Summer participants typically work full time internships. We remind you to keep in mind your class schedule when setting up work commitments.
For more information
If you have any questions about your internship search, please contact us.