CCEE Summer 2024 Courses

Register for a career, experiential, or community-based course!
Immerse yourself in your career preparation and earn academic credit. 
Unsure which course is the best fit? Talk with your Career Education Specialist today!

CSV Community Project Based Learning

CSV 302, Section 5000: Social Impact in Health & Health Care

Instructor: Kristin Fratoni-Souza
This project-based course partners with 5 community healthcare organizations, enabling students to complete hands-on projects in small groups to understand and address a community need. See the flier below for more information on the projects and partnering organizations.

3 Credits
Session 1: May 21 – June 20, 2024 (5 weeks)
Synchronous Online: TU/Th 9am-12pm
Register in e-campus

See Course Flyer for full details!

ITR 300 Career & Professional Development

ITR 300, Section 5000: Career Planning: Strategy & Coaching

Instructor: Lisa Kuosmanen
This course will help students develop their resumes and career skills, identify jobs and internships related to their majors, learn how to effectively apply and interview, and benefit from one-on-one coaching that’s customized based on their unique needs (including a virtual mock interview).

3 Credits
May 20 – June 21, 2024
Asynchronous Online
Register in e-campus

See Course Flyer for full details!

ITR 300, Section 5001: Career Planning Concepts & Skills

Instructor: Brandon Sousa
This course will use CliftonStrengths to guide students through career exploration and personal and professional development. Students will develop their professional toolbox which includes resume, cover letter, networking action plan, LinkedIn profile, and interviewing skills.

3 credits
Session 2: June 24 – July 26, 2024
Asynchronous Online
Register in e-Campus

See Course Flyer for full details!

Internship for Credit

ITR 302/304: Internship Field Experience & Seminar

An internship is an amazing opportunity to gain relevant experience, apply theory to practice in the field, and make valuable networking connections. Internships may be anywhere in the US, virtual or in-person, paid or unpaid. Students will enroll in ITR 302 (internship field experience) for 3-12 credits and ITR 304 (required asynchronous online professional development seminar) for 3 credits.

6-15 Credits
Session Options:

  • Session 3: S3: May 20 – July 26
  • Alternative Session: June 3 – August 9

Asynchronous Online

Students interested in the ITR Internship Program, should email their Career Education Specialist (CES) to begin the enrollment process. Students should also contact their CES with questions or for internship search assistance. The internship must be secured and approved before registration.

Want to learn more?
ITR Quick Tip Sheet
ITR Internship Program – Everything You Need to Know
ITR Internship Program – Website

See Course Flyer for full details!

MGT 493, Section 5000: Internship in Business (all Business Majors)

Instructor: Lynne Finnegan
Approved, supervised work experience with participation in management and problem solving related to the student’s major field of study. College of Business internship for 3 or 6 credit hours. Admission into an internship program and permission of the instructor. Limited to 6 credit hours. S/U only.

3 OR 6 credits
Asynchronous Online
Summer ALT Session: June 3 – August 9

For College of Business Students Only
Contact Lynne Finnegan for more information and to register.

See Course Flyer for full details!

ITR 400 & CSV 400: Zero Credit Field Experience

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Instructor: Sarah Miller

The use of these course codes documents off-campus field experience, internship, or community based experiences for those students who will not use the experience for academic credit (zero credit). Enrollment will be by permission number only and limited to students who have their experience vetted through the Center for Career & Experiential Education (CCEE). The vetting process (and subsequent enrollment) will include a Learning Agreement/Description submitted by the student and reviewed by the instructor.

Enrollment in this course facilitates the student being able to show, on their transcript, the completion of an internship or community field experience outside of academic requirements and electives.

  • This course will not be taken for credit.
  • Students will not receive a grade.
  • As a non-credit course, it will not count toward a student’s degree program.

0 Credits
Minimum 40 hours over course of semester
Email instructor to begin registration process:

Sarah Miller