Through the internship, students develop a foundation of knowledge and practical skills for working and man- aging in an organization. In the first semester of the internship, students develop a career assessment plan, identify appropriate databases and networks for identifying mentors and internship possibilities, and develop strategies on how to reach internship decision makers. In addition, they develop their resume and cover letter as well as hone their interviewing skills. They are also connected with possible mentors in and outside of the College. Once they have obtained an internship site, students develop a learning contract outlining their internship learning goals and outcomes, which is signed by the site supervisor, the student, and the academic advisor. Student then spend the second semester on site, fulfilling their internship learning goals.