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Gain professional experience now.

Let's face it, employers today want job candidates with a year or two of professional experience—in addition to their degree. That means, if you want to be marketable after you graduate, you'd better get some on-the-job experience now. You can do it with internships. Internships are a great way to give your career a trial run, create mentoring relationships and network. Many internships even lead to a full-time job after graduation.

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Bill, UW-Green Bay Business Intern at Schreiber

Internship Guide

Learn more about internships and how they can benefit you now and in the future!

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Coordinator Directory

Look up who the internship coordinator is for each UW-Green Bay academic program.

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Internship Events

Find out about the Internship Draft Day in the fall, our annual job and internship fairs (in early Fall and again in early Spring) and more!

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Interning without credit?

Completing an internship, but not earning academic credit? If so, we want to learn more! Your information will help us support you in your experience, engage with your internship supervisor and provide future students with more information about potential internships.

How to Record Your Experience (pdf)  

About Internships

Regardless of your major or intended career field, internships can play a pivotal role in your career development and future job search. Internships not only help you gain experience, but they can also help you decide if a specific career path or industry is the right fit for you.

More About Internships

Additional Internship Resources

Here are some additional resources to help you find a great internship program and earn college credit for your internship:

For-Credit Internship

If you're completing an internship for credit, you and your faculty advisor will need to complete the Internship Registration Form located on the Registrar's website.

Registration Forms

Wisconsin State Diversity Internships

These programs provide students from racial, gender and ethnic minority groups, and students with disabilities an opportunity to work in a professional setting within Wisconsin state government.

Student Diversity Internship Program

Summer Affirmative Action Intern Program (SAAIP)


WisConnect is your source for a Wisconsin internship, brought to you by the State of Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development and the Job Center of Wisconsin.


Top 100 Internship Programs

View this list of internship programs selected by industry experts and public votes. Wisconsin employers include Enterprise Holdings, Fiserv, Koch Industries, Northwestern Mutual, Spectrum and Oshkosh Corporation, to name a few.

Top 100 Internship Programs

Career Spots Videos

Below is a sampling of videos available through CareerSpots which address topics such as finding and applying for internships and making the most of your experience.

Finding a Co-op/Internship

Co-ops/internships are an invaluable way to evaluate an organization and learn more about a career. Find out how this “real world” experience makes such a difference.

Common Internship Mistakes

An internship can be an important first step in gaining experience or securing a full-time job. Make sure you know what mistakes to avoid.

Internship to Job Offer

Internships allow you to show an organization what you’re capable of. Learn how to turn an internship into a permanent position.

Be Open to Explore

Being flexible can help you land an internship. Don’t pigeonhole yourself into one career aspiration. Here are some tips on how to be open to opportunities.

Get Involved

Watch to find out how student clubs an organizations can help you in your internship search and beyond!

Why Intern?

Internships are important to have in the job search process because they help you gain experience, connections and real-life skills.

Network Early

Networking is key to building connections in the work world. It’s important to learn how to grow your professional relationships.

Benefits of Summer Internships

Don’t waste your summer! Summers during college provide ideal time to begin networking and gain valuable experience.

Paige Anderson Research Assistant

Be Brave.
Go For it.

"Go for whatever opportunities UWGB has to offer. Even if you don't think you're going to get the position—the internship, the research assistantship—go for it. ...There's no reason you shouldn't go for it. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain. So, please just go for it. Be brave. Take the shot to do it because it's paid off in the long run and it will continue to do so."

Paige Anderson '21
Former Research Assistant, PANE Lab
Pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology

Need Help?

It's fantastic that you're looking into an internship. No doubt you have questions about what all this means to you. If you're stuck or have questions on what to do next, just contact us.

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