Internship Evaluation

The faculty supervisor will contact the sponsoring agency at least twice during the Internship to be sure that expectations are being met and to address any concerns that may arise; except where impossible, he or she will make those contacts as on-site visits.

At the end of the Internship, the employing supervisor will submit to the faculty advisor an evaluation of your efforts during your work.

This, together with the preliminary paper, final report and any other required work, will be the basis for assigning academic credit. Failure to submit any work or to meet any deadline agreed to in the contracts will eliminate the possibility of receiving academic credit for your internship work.