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Company Information

Company Name:    
Contact Name:    
Company Website:    
 Company has workers comp/liability insurance that will cover student during internship? 

Internship Information

Internship Title:    
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Internship Site/Supervisor Name:    
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Internship Description: 
 Learning Opportunities/ Objectives:
(This information will determine acceptance for credit)*

*By posting your internship with us, you are agreeing to fulfill all credit requirements, such as completing student performance evaluations and verifying time sheets. 
Duties, Qualifications and Projects
(No more than 20% of work should be clerical in nature)
Are there any foreseeable risks to students?: 

If yes, please state the specific risks.

Internship Status:(Select all that apply.)
If paid, list the amount:  
This internship complies with the
Fair Labor Standards Act: 

Please note that when using unpaid interns, certain guidelines must be followed to conform to the Fair Labor Standards Act. This act applies to most employers, government, non-profit, and for-profit. Please see the Department of Labor website, the attached document on FLSA and consult your legal adviser if you have questions on these issues.  
Student Status:
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Is there a GPA requirement? 

If yes, minimum required:  

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