The Career Development Center serves as a single point of contact for students and employers.
Fall 2020 Internship Guidelines
During Fall Semester 2020, experiential education (including credit-bearing internships, clinical assignments, or noncredit experiences that are required for degree completion) may be either in-person or virtual. All academic units must accept virtual experiences as meeting internship requirements unless accreditation or other regulations prevent that. Students who plan to participate in an in-person for-credit internship, on- or off-campus must complete a Fall 2020 Internship Exception Web Form and Acknowledgement. Requests for completion of in-person internships will be reviewed by the academic program, under the guidance of relevant University offices. Please visit this page, for more information about Penn State's fall 2020 internship policy and guidelines.
For students, the Center provides academic advising and career services to help them make informed decisions and learn more about the selection of majors, career preparation through internship and co-op experiences, and career management. Log on to LionConnect, the campus community calendar, for a schedule of upcoming events and webinars.
For employers, the Center serves as a point of entry to hire students for internships, co-ops, and full-time employment.
To learn more about Penn State Schuylkill's valuable career resources, stop by our office in the Administration Building to set up an appointment, or if it is more convenient, contact the Career Development Center staff directly.