The landscape of the workplace has changed dramatically with recent world events, and new opportunities abound! Be on the cutting edge of this dynamic new environment by undertaking a stand-alone Intern Philly Internship! To serve the needs of students in varied academic scenarios, Arcadia’s Intern Philly programs are adapting to provide a flexible, intensive, high-quality internship experience.
For students, the stand-alone Internship-Only option allows you to complete a semester-length internship and still be matched to a customized placement that will give you the edge with future employers, and on graduate school applications. We know time can be tight with new policies and varying ways to complete your degree, and that current conditions may not allow you to work and research in-person.
Intern Philly will offer internship placements which you can do on-site in Philadelphia. Employers from a wide variety of sectors are keen to have students complete exciting projects, giving you a unique and bespoke professional experience. You’ll also explore co-curricular activities through discussion, tours and event streaming. While taking classes at your college, university, or even while living at home, Intern Philly can support your professional plans before you even graduate and provide you with a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn while doing.
You’ll enroll in the program’s for-credit internship Cornerstone Course, Work in Thought & Action, a dynamic experiential education course that frames your work placement experience by providing a venue to maximize learning from a work placement experience and connect it to both your field of study and career aspirations. This will be achieved through reflection on what it means to work in an urban environment and to navigate organizational complexity and research linking your work experience to your academic interest.
Internship Cornerstone Course
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Grade Scale for Intern Philly – AACRAO EDGE
The following information is vetted and provided by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) on the Electronic Database for Global Education (EDGE).