A TWU student on the Denton campus in a job interview setting with an employer.

Internships are a form of experiential learning, typically 1 semester (3-4 months or 10-12 weeks), that are related to your academic major or career goals. Internships are extremely valuable, and we encourage you to consider completing one.

An internship, or experiential experience, is required in some degree programs, but even if it is not required, you can still complete an internship as well as receive course credit for it. If you are unsure if your academic program requires it, please contact us.

Internships can also be called cooperative education, practicum, service learning, etc. Have additional questions, visit our FAQ.

Schedule an appointment

A TWU student on the Denton campus in a job interview setting with an employer.

Meet with the Internships Office for assistance searching for and applying to internships.

We can assist you from the early stages of where to begin looking all the way to helping you get hired!

To schedule an appointment:

  • Log in to Handshake
  • Select Career Center on the top right
  • Choose the Appointments box
  • Click on Schedule a New Appointment
  • Select Internship Search & Advising
  • Find available appointment dates and times and schedule your appointment

Academic internship credit

Internship programs and events

TWU offers a variety of experiential programs and employer events to help you find internship opportunities and connect with employers and professionals in the workforce.

Attend an event and maximize your opportunities!

Currently, all Internship programs and events are virtual until further notice.

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Contact us

Juan E. Armijo, M.Ed.
Assistant Director for Internships, Pioneer Center for Student Excellence
2nd Floor - Blagg-Huey Library, Suite 226B | 940-898-3310

Connect with us on social media

Instagram: @twuinternships

Twitter: @twuinternships

Additional Resources

In addition to using Handshake, our online recruitment platform, we encourage you to visit any of the websites listed below. We can assist you in navigating these websites.



Internships Disclaimer

While we make every effort to prevent fraudulent job postings, it is not immune to occasional scams. You may encounter fraudulent job opportunities when searching for jobs on the Internships website. You may also receive a fraudulent email that has been forged to make it appear as if it came from a reputable company. Use common sense, if it looks fraudulent, do not reply and report to our office ( immediately.

Protect your personal information and avoid scams:

  • Never provide any social security number, credit card or bank account numbers to prospective employers over the phone or electronically
  • Refuse background/credit checks until you have met the employer in person
  • Never wire funds - anyone who asks you to do so is a scammer
  • Beware of fake cashier checks and money orders - banks will hold you responsible

Page last updated 3:54 PM, April 11, 2022