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Each academic department may offer student internships as part of its approved course offerings. These internships provide qualified students the opportunity to earn academic credit through field experiences related to their majors that include an academic component such as written papers, journals, portfolios, etc. Interested students should consult with their department Faculty Internship Coordinator for information about such opportunities. The College Internship Coordinator is housed in the Career Development Center, 110 Netzer.  A Summer Opportunities and New York City Internship Fair is coordinated annually to promote opportunities throughout New York State.  SUNY Oneonta partners with the Academic Internship Council (AIC) and Connect-123 to provide international and domestic internship opportunities for all majors. International program locations include: Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Dublin, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Shanghai, Singapore, Stockholm, and Toronto; domestic program locations include Boston, New York City, and San Francisco. Internship opportunities worldwide can be found on the Career Development Centers online career management system, Dragonlink.

In addition to departmental internships, college-wide internships are offered under the PROF 224 course designation. Contact the Dean of Economics and Business.

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