RCCORE 301 - Community-Based Internship - Semester in Detroit
Section: 001
Term: WN 2010
Subject: RC Core Courses (RCCORE)
Department: LSA Residential College
With permission of department.
Mandatory credit/no credit.
May not be repeated for credit.

An internship with a community and/or cultural arts organization is a core requirement of the Semester in Detroit experience. With the leadership of the Semester in Detroit Associate Director, students and organizations both participate in the process of making effective matches, thus providing a challenging academic experience for students while contributing toward the organization’s mission and community agenda. Students develop a work plan early in the semester in conjunction with their direct supervisors. The Associate Director stays in regular communication (including site visits) with both students and organizational partners during the semester. Past internship opportunities have included experiences in community organizing, community development, public radio journalism, youth outreach and mentoring, and arts education.

Crs Requirements: A student will earn credit by successfully fulfilling the requirements of the internship experience, which include:

  1. develop and submit a detailed work plan by the end of the third week of the semester;
  2. regular attendance at the internship site for an average of 16 hours per week for 13 weeks (at least 200 hours of service in total);
  3. satisfactory assessment by site supervisor throughout the experience; and
  4. satisfactory review by Associate Director in both mid-term and final site visit assessments.

Intended Audience: Restricted to students accepted into Semester in Detroit program

Class Format: Community-based field study

RCCORE 301 - Community-Based Internship - Semester in Detroit
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