Internships, along with cooperative education, field studies, service-learning, and practical, are part of the field of experiential education. Internships require students to apply classroom learning, theories, and experiences to professional settings. Internships or other forms of practical learning for students are part of Harbel College’s academic goals.
Hence, internships are required for all students enrolled in Harbel College Degree Program. The internship program within each school has goals designed to be flexible in a structure where the needs of our students and employers are achieved. In addition, the internship will provide a learning environment where students can experience real work experience and work on tasks and projects relevant to their academic programs and professional interests.
All students are required to complete an internship before graduations including administrative experience depending on the area of studies. The purpose of these internship experiences is to:
Additionally, it is expected that the student will be involved in progressive learning and will experience more complex and demanding activities in each successive internship. Usually, the second internship experience takes place at a different agency or unit/program in the same agency.
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