Undergraduate Internship Site Approval Form

Undergraduate Internship Site Approval Form

Thank you for your interest in becoming an undergraduate internship site. Please take a few minutes to submit an interest form. We will reach out to you once we have received your submission.

Site Address(Required)
Name of Site Contact(Required)
Site Contact Email(Required)
Name of Site Supervisor(Required)
Site Supervisor Email(Required)

Are You Able to Meet the Following Requirements?

Provide a minimum of 60 hours on site throughout one semester. Students must stay actively engaged on-site even if hours are completed early.(Required)
Provide a Site Supervisor that will oversee the student’s progress and meet with the student regularly (preferably once per week) to talk about student’s performance and work.(Required)
Site Supervisor will complete an Initial Goals Form with student within 1-2 weeks of starting internship and a Final Evaluation of student’s performance at the end of internship.(Required)
Site Supervisor will contact the student’s faculty supervisor if there are any concerns.(Required)
Would you like to be included in our Undergraduate Internship Directory for students to apply with you in the future?(Required)

Next Steps

Thank you for your interest in hosting internship students. Immediately after submitting the New Site Approval Form, you will receive an email containing a link to Naropa’s Service-Learning Agreement. Please review the agreement and program requirements. The Office of Career & Life Development will review your submission. If your site meets the requirements, a representative from the Office of Career & Life Development will email you the Service-Learning Agreement via DocuSign for signature. Please check your junk mail. If you have any questions, please email Danielle Swaser @ dswaser@naropa.edu. Thank you again for your time and consideration.

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