Please note: placement in an internship is not guaranteed.
Once you have applied, your information will be forwarded to the companies in which you have expressed an interest. They will select a few candidates to interview by telephone or Skype and make a hiring decision.
The best way to make sure you have an internship this summer is to secure one yourself. If you find and complete an internship not traditionally associate with this program, you may still participate in the program as outlined here and still receive credit.
Many online internship companies promise all kinds of jobs and ask for a large non-refundable fee. Some of these companies are legitimate, however, most students have been able to locate an internship without paying a third-party company.
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