|instructor||Ellen M. Zimmer|
office: Ross Hall 164
office phone: 732-1179
The internship in computer science/mathematics is intended to give the student an opportunity for on-the-job experience in theoretical or applied computer science or mathematics. The internship shall incorporate meaningful productive experience usually during the senior year. Time spent and nature of the experience is usually under the control of the local agency and is used in the determination of the amount of credit obtained. In addition to the hours spent on the job, the student shall also be responsible to his/her faculty internship advisor.
Prerequisite: Permission to enroll in Internship is granted by the Internship Coordinator & dept Dean through the approved application process. Send me an email if you are interested in applying for internship anytime in the next 2 semesters.
Edinboro University Internship: general information
Relevant Documents as you apply for internship:
Creating a Resume:
Creating a Cover Letter:
Preparing for the Interview:
After the Interview:
The following are required components of the internship experience. Failure to submit any of the following (or late submission) is sufficient to receive an unsatisfactory grade for the internship. All items should be submitted to the D2L course shell adhering to the required format/style as I have outlined below.
Each student will keep a log of daily activities. Although each
day’s entry can be brief; proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling are
imperative. Each time the log is submitted it should include
from the first day of work forward. Each day should indicate the
date, total hours worked that day and a running total from the beginning
of the internship (see accepted format). You are required to
submit your log file three times. Each time it should
be the complete log to date using the accepted format ONLY.
Submit: Entire log file to D2L dropbox (Use the format shown here)
Internship Portfolio: At the end of the internship you are required to submit a summary of your internship experience.
The requirements for the portfolio can be found: requirements handout
Submit: Portfolio adhering to the required style to D2L dropbox
Capstone Survey: At the end of the internship you are required to submit a capstone survey. You are excused from completing this survey if you already completed it in another CS capstone course.
The survey can be found: capstone survey
Submit: Capstone Survey to D2L dropbox
Visits: I will contact
you and your supervisor for visits during the Internship. Depending on your credits and distance from Edinboro this may be a skype visit or phone call instead of a face to face visit.
We will be using D2L (Desire to Learn) this semester for this course. You can
connect to this learning management system by signing on to the
MyEdinboro portal (available from EUP homepage).
You will be uploading log files and experience paper to the course shell.
If you have any technical difficulties with D2L or the MyEdinboro
portal please contact Edinboro's Technology and Communication help desk
Students who complete all of the above requirements in a satisfactory
fashion will receive a satisfactory grade. Failure to submit any of the
required materials in a satisfactory fashion (or within the deadline) may
result in an unsatisfactory grade for the internship experience.
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|January 21, 2018|