Do you need additional help in your office or department?
Do you have interesting projects or assignments that would provide a professional experience for a Clemson student?
The University Professional Internship & Co-Op (UPIC) program is now accepting applications from departments and mentors for spring 2019 internship experiences. The deadline for all departments to submit Spring 2019 internship proposals is Oct. 1 and applications received after the deadline will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Click here to complete the application form.
The UPIC program provides:
-student-intern assistance in university offices,
-a limited number of 50 percent matching funds for the intern salary, and
-mentored professional development to Clemson students.
The on-campus internship program is a vital part of the creation of a campus-wide culture in which students participate in meaningful and relevant developmental experiences. Internship postings will be available for students to apply to in ClemsonJobLink starting mid-October. Be sure to visit the UPIC program website.
Hours funding changes
-UPIC will fund all approved fund sharing positions at 50 percent of the intern’s salary up to 160 hours for part-time interns. Any hours worked past 160 will be charged 100 percent to the employing department.
-UPIC will fund all approved fund sharing positions at 50 percent of the intern’s salary up to 320 hours for full-time interns. Any hours worked past 320 will be charged 100 percent to the employing department.
Fifth experience UPIC interns funding change
-Once an intern has completed four experiences as a UPIC intern (cumulative of all semesters in ANY department), the fifth and all future experiences will not be fund matched by UPIC and the employing department will be responsible for 100 percent of the salary. Please note, the intern is still eligible to participate in the UPIC program, if the requirements are met, but they are not eligible for fund matching.