Workplace Learning

Internships

Internships are non-credit bearing, flexible work experiences that allow current students and recent graduates enrolled in participating for-college-credit programs and Corporate and Continuing Education programs to explore a career path or gain practical field experience.

In an internship, the student's work schedule's start and end dates are flexible depending on the employer's needs and the student's schedule; students coordinate a set schedule with the employer. Students have no minimum hour project requirement. Project work, contract-based, time-based internships can range from a weekend experience to an entire year in length.

Learn More about Internships

  • Internship Information for Students

    Internships may be paid or unpaid depending on the employer. You will receive a Certificate of Completion from Central Piedmont upon successful completion of the internship.

    Student Eligibility for Internships

    Eligibility varies by program, so contact your Workplace Learning coordinator for details.

    Internship Advantages for Students

    • Gain practical experience in your field or explore a career path.
    • Work with professionals who have first-hand knowledge of your work product and skills.
    • Develop a portfolio of work to increase your chances of finding a job.
    • there is no cost to participate in an internship.
    • A Workplace Learning coordinator and an on-site supervisor will mentor and support you during your internship.
  • Internship Information for Employers

    Internships can be an effective recruiting and training strategy for your company. Employers can take advantage of flexible start and end dates with no minimum hour project requirement for the student. Review the Apprenticeship and Workplace Learning Resource Guide and contact the Workplace Learning Office for additional information on how an internship program can fit your specific needs.