Internship Contract Agreement
Student's Name: Student ID #
Zip Code: Concentration
Supervisor Name & Title:
Supervisor Signature: Telephone:
Fax Number: Email
Mailing Address: City: Zip Code:
Hours/Wk: Academic Quarter
Class # Course ID #
Permission # Units
Note to student: Class# and Permission# will be provided when the Social Sciences Department has received this completed form, a statement of duties from your supervisor, and a short goals statement from you. You will need: CourseID, Class #, Permission #, and Units to register for the course on the Portal before the end of the first week of class.
The internship program provides students with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills acquired in the
classroom or laboratory to professional challenges. The term of an internship coincides with the university's standard 10 week academic quarter. The internship may be taken for 4 to 8 units and YOU must select the number of units on the Portal. Three hours of work per week are required for each unit of credit with a maximum of 18 quarter units allowed. Internship credit will be given according to the following:
|Units||Wkly Hrs||Total Qtr Hrs|
Sponsors are responsible for setting task assignments, supervising the intern in his/her work, and providing evaluation
of performance to student and faculty advisor. Work assigned to the student must contribute to his/her professional development. Monetary compensation is not required of internship sponsors; however, it is permissible and encouraged
by the university.
In order to receive a grade for the Internship, an evaluation form is sent to the supervisor by the department. The supervisor is asked to provide an evaluation of how satisfactorily the student performed their assignments. This
document consists of two parts: a standard assessment form and separate comments provided on company letterhead.
The direct supervisor of the student signs both parts. The letter can be mailed, faxed (805) 756-7019, or hand delivered
(in a sealed envelope) to the Social Sciences Department (47/13) by the student prior to finals week.
Copies to: Department, Student, Advisor Revised 08/06