Internships & Employment

Find a Job During School & After Graduation

If you are targeting your first job or internship as a student, the process is both exciting and challenging. There are things you can do to increase the success of your job or internship search.

Start with AGGIE Handshake  to apply for on-campus (including work-study) or off-campus student jobs and internships. Internships can be posted as early as fall for the next summer and are available year-round but most competitive in the summer. You can also use Standout to prepare for interviews, and CareerShift or make connections with Aggie Alum. 

Meet with your Career Coach to get help with your resume and cover letter, job search strategies, and to prepare for interviews.


Work Study Eligibility

Work Study (WS) Awarding Timeline for Students, 2021-2022

Below are key deadlines for the Work Study awarding process for the 2021-2022 academic year.

For any questions regarding work study please contact:

Brianne Midgley

Brianne Midgley

Employment Coordinator

Student Employment

Phone: (435) 797-0176


Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths; and give employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent.These applied experiences may be paid or unpaid and, if approved and supervised by a USU academic college or office, taken for academic credit.

There is a list of internship coordinators for your specific college.

Through USU’s internship program, you gain the type of career-related experience employers want. Also, you:

How do I get Academic Credit for an Internship?

Many USU departments offer academic credit for an internship that could apply toward your major and/or elective credit.

  1. Before beginning the internship experience, reach out to your faculty internship coordinator (listed below) or academic advisor to determine if your experience will qualify for academic credit.
  2. Individual departments require different deliverables for their internship course. Be sure to communicate with your course instructor to know what and when specific requirements are due.


Title IX Policy

Utah State University believes in fostering respect and dignity for all members of the USU community and addresses sexual misconduct and discrimination in all its forms. USU enforces Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Under the law, sex-based discrimination includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence, and sex-based stalking. These behaviors are prohibited at USU and are collectively called “sexual misconduct” in interim USU policies 339, 339A, and 339B.

Students participating in out of classroom learning experiences (internships, practicums, student teaching, field work, etc.) have the right to an environment free from sexual misconduct and discrimination. USU takes its Title IX obligations seriously and works to foster a safe and welcoming environment free of sexual misconduct. To learn more about Title IX and out of classroom learning experiences, please visit the Office of Equity’s website at

To report sexual misconduct to USU, visit or contact USU’s Title IX Coordinator Hilary Renshaw at 435-797-1266,, or in Old Main room 161 on the USU Logan campus.