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Students from UD's College of Arts & Sciences seek help with finding internships from the Student Success Center in Mitchell Hall.
Internships are experiential learning opportunities that connect theories and ideas learned in the classroom to real life settings and situations.
Students can undertake internships during the Fall or Spring semesters, Winter Session, or summer. Internships can be paid or unpaid, for academic credit or no credit, and vary widely in the number of hours. Some undergraduate degrees require internships, but every student benefits from practical experience.
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UD Career Center
Check out our events calendar for workshops that help you find internships, learn job-related skills and/or prepare for graduate and professional schools. Register now
The Student Success Center's internship coordinators can map out your internship journey, review your resume, or help with an internship application. Call or email them to schedule an appointment. Continue to the next section to learn more.
Cyndi's appt scheduler for current UD students
Cyndi Germack is a passionate professional who has spent more than 20 years in higher education and non-profit organizations. Her past roles include career instructor, director of career services, and workforce development program manager, where she created partnerships with federal, business, and community entities to foster equitable access to career resources.
Germack employs a holistic approach that considers students’ unique needs while fostering inclusivity. She empowers students to unlock their potential, build competencies, and pursue experiences in campus organizations, study abroad, volunteer programs, and internships. A proud UD alumna, Germack lives in Delaware with her husband, two daughters, and two rescue dogs.
Joyce's appointment scheduler for current UD students
As a first-generation graduate, Joyce Dennis Henderson understands the aspirations and challenges of students. She is committed to helping students succeed and provides them with guidance and support to find internships or prepare for graduate school.
Joyce, a proud UD alumna and Fulbright Scholar, has expertise in career development, employer partnerships, and student success. She has helped students secure internships and full-time positions with non-profit organizations, government agencies, and for-profit organizations.
She takes pride in her ability to connect with students and uses her deep understanding of the professional world to help students thrive, compete, and achieve their professional goals.
Lois's appt scheduler for current UD students
Lois Stoehr came to the College of Arts and Sciences from the museum field, where she empowered people of all ages to learn and grow through programs designed to nurture creativity, curiosity, and community. As a museum educator she mentored many UD interns (who were invaluable!) and taught as an adjunct professor for UD's Museum Studies program. She earned her B.A. in history from the College of William and Mary and her M.A. through the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture at the University of Delaware. She enjoys helping students navigate their professional paths forward, guided by their unique interests and values.