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Employers located in Atlanta, New York, or Washington, DC, should reach out to UM Internship Experience staff for more information on offering an internship to students accepted into a competitive preparation cohort with UM support.
Non-academic credit internships
Employers offering non-academic credit internships for University of Mississippi students should visit our Career Center for general information and NACE Professional Standards.
If you would like to post the internship on our online platform, you should create a Handshake profile to make your internship available for UM students to view and apply. A new profile could take up to 48 hours for approval, but any questions about Handshake can be directed to Christy Wright in the UM Career Center.
Employers offering academic-credit internships should contact the academic department in your organization’s field of recruiting interest.
Michael True, president of the InternQube, provides helpful suggestions for starting new internship programs.
Starting and Maintaining a Quality Internship Program by Michael True,
President of InternQube
Contact a member of the Internship Coordinators Network Steering Committee for more information about connecting with UM academic departments or our Career Center for assistance.