Internships & Jobs

Internships & Jobs

An internship is a great way to grow your professional network, gain real-world experience and build your resume.

Check Handshake, UGA’s database of internships, for an opportunity that’s right for you. You should also check with your department and advisor for internships in your specific field of study. Attend the UGA Food, Agricultural, Environmental and Sciences Career and Internship Fair during the Fall semester in the Tate Student Center, Grand Hall.

In order to fulfill the experiential learning requirement with an internship you must follow one of the three pathways below: 

  • Participate in one of the CAES sponsored internships (Congressional Ag Fellows, Georgia Legislative Internship, Winegrowers of Georgia Internship and UGA Extension Internship) 
  • Secure an internship with a company and enroll in your departmental internship course 
  • Secure an internship with a company and apply for the CAES Industry and Professionals Internship program before you begin interning. This program has additional requirements which allow you to receive EL credit without enrolling in a course. Students must develop a Memorandum of Understanding that formalizes the role and expectations of the students and employer with regard to the experiential learning and academic learning outcomes of the internship.
For more information, contact CAES Career Consultant Brianna Bennett. 
 

CAES-Sponsored Internships and Fellowships