Welcome to the Westmont Internship Web site
What is an internship? It is a semester-long, work-learning arrangement. It is major-specific ,or general, and it is supervised. The experience takes place in an off-campus setting, is part-time, and may be paid or unpaid. It is combined with a reflective, academic study that helps one learn by doing. Find an internship
The Westmont Internship Program provides a wonderful opportunity for matching students with work opportunities in the greater Santa Barbara are. Does your company or organization have a pre-professional opportunity for a Westmont student? We can assist you in publicizing your position on
campus. Post an internship
An internship is a supervised work experience related to a student's major or career goal for which the student earns academic credit. The work experience is part-time, paid or unpaid, and off-campus. What distinguishes an internship from a short-term job or volunteer work? Intentional learning takes place in the form of a self-directed learning plan. The plan is put together in consultation with a faculty advisor and the supervising employer. Westmont interns participate in a concurrent seminar on campus in order to read about and discuss issues of calling as well as to process both verbally and in writing the work experience in a community of peers. Internships are made available to juniors and seniors in the fall and spring semesters.