Career & Student Development
The academic internship program at Tiffin University is an experiential education opportunity that provides a link between the classroom and the workplace. It is an opportunity for the student to learn about her/his area of academic interest through practical experience.
In today's competitive job market, employers are looking for experience coupled with a college education. Internships allow the students to gain work experience through an academic relationship with the college and the employer. An internship can be a single semester or finite time period that may be paid or unpaid, and can be for academic credit.
The Director of Internships, Carol McDannell, is located in the Murphy Academic Support Center and can assist students with information on existing and potential internships. She will help students with the application process as well as researching potential internships. Students can contact Carol at CMcDanne@tiffin.edu or 419-448-3441.