Below are example forms and documents for use in internship and co-op programs. Many of these can be used interchangeably between internships and co-ops as both are forms of experiential learning (See Internship Definition for details). The MTSU Career Development Center does not evaluate students' progress or assign grades. Those are functions required for granting credit and would be administered by each academic department. These are provided as a resource to employers and/or academic departments who may want to create their own documents.
Three Best Practices for Internship Program Success, Spotlight for Recruiting Professionals, February 20, 2013
Key Items to Document for Your Internship Program, Spotlight for Recruiting Professionals,November 7, 2012
Employers Report Record Intern-Conversion Rate, Spotlight for Career Services Professionals, April 25, 2012
15 Best Practices for Internship Programs, Excerpted from Building a Premier Internship Program: A Practical Guide for Employers, National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Tips for Effective Intern Performance Reviews, Spotlight for Recruiting Professionals, May 23, 2012
How to Calculate and Use Your Intern Conversion Rate, Spotlight for Recruiting and Employment Professionals, April 27, 2011
Tips for Engaging Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses as Internship Hosts, Spotlight Online for Career Services Professionals, January 6, 2011
Cooperative Education Resource Manuals/Programs