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Tabor Program Guidelines
Internship Learning Contract - Appendix A
Internship Learning Contract - Appendix B
Internship Learning Contract - Appendix C
Spring or Fall Semesters:
Internship Contract Registration is due by the final add/drop day
Internship Contract Registration is due by July 1st
The Tabor Internship Program has a great history of offering students the beneficial opportunity to practice skills and to apply theories learned in the classroom and to enhance professional development beyond the regular instruction in their major field of study. This program includes opportunities in all majors: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management, and Marketing.
Read where Tabor students hold internships here.
Internships enable students to experience directly the complex and changing characteristics of professional work activity. Internships also help the student develop and understand the different job roles within organizations and helps them see how one job role relates to the rest of the organization.
A valuable internship experience will challenge the student intern to take initiative and be creative in solving real problems. Also, it should encourage students to develop and use skills of observation, questioning, critical thinking, and reflection. The job setting for the student intern should provide an opportunity for the students to assess their own interests, motivation, and capacity for a career in the discipline in which the internship is taken.