Internship Benefits for Students
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  • Enables students to apply classroom theory to actual work situations.
  • Confirms or redirects career decision-making through on-the-job experience in a chosen field.
  • Allows students to test out their interests and develop their long-range career plans, and provide a basis to select elective course work which integrates their studies and career goals.
  • Enhance the graduate's marketability by providing on-the-job training.
  • Increases increased academic performance (higher G.P.A., fewer failed courses), and a 20% greater graduation rate.
  • Enhances affordability of college through employer-paid wages. This is a means of financial assistance that is available to all students, regardless of family income levels or other financial aid arrangements.
  • Develops students' overall maturity by strengthening resourcefulness, problem-solving skills, self-confidence, self-discipline and sense of responsibility.
  • Develops human relations skills through interaction in career settings.
  • Improves job opportunities after graduation by giving students valuable work experience and contact with potential future employers.
  • Provides a better understanding of what is expected if one is to succeed in the workplace.
  • Enhances classroom learning by integrating academic curriculum and real-world work experience.
  • Teaches valuable job-search skills such as career assessment, resume writing and interviewing techniques.