Internships involve placement of a UMF student in a community work setting. Similar to apprenticeships for trade and vocational schools, internships can be thought of as a system to provide on-the-job training for professional careers. Internships may, at the discretion of faculty members and departments, carry academic credit. Internships may also include financial compensation – they may be unpaid, paid, partially paid, or supported through awards or stipends.
||Available Each Semester
|| ORBA & Alpine Ops
| Other Internship Sites
| U.S. Congress
For Upcoming Application Deadlines – check HERE
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Applying for an internship:
2. Click on the internships’ names to see the full description.
3. Complete and submit the online “Internship Application Form” – As directed on the Application form, remember to:
- Indicate which Faculty member will serve as your reference and ask them to send a reference letter for you to the Partnership office.
- Email a copy of your resume to the Partnership office
(NOTE: If additional application materials are required by the community sponsor, please just follow the directions in the “Application Process” section of the Internship description.)
- Students are strongly encouraged to apply for more than one internship.
- Students may apply for internships through the Partnership at any time, but please note that there is a deadline each spring and fall for applying for an intern award in connection with an unpaid internship for which you are applying.
Contact Us:University of Maine at Farmington Partnership for Civic Advancement 106 Fusion Center Farmington, Maine 04938 Telephone: 207-778-7516 or 778-7593 Facsimile: 207-778-7840 TDD: 207-778-7000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org