Please find the detailed requirements for completing an Internship-For-Credit below.

To Receive Academic Credit Students Must:

  • Have completed a minimum of 24 credits at MMC (or 12 MMC credits for transfer students).
  • Possess a GPA of 2.0 or above.
  • Find a full time faculty member at the college to supervise and approve their internship. Faculty will supervise students during their internships and provide them with assignments for this graded course.
  • Have completed the For-Credit Internship Learning Agreement. This document must be completed by you and your internship site supervisor before submitting your application. You must upload a completed digital copy when you complete the application.

Please visit the Internships-For-Credit page of the MMC Website to download the Learning Agreement and to access the Online Application.

The internship application process can take up to five (5) business days to complete. It is advised that you start the process as soon as you have secured an internship. If you secure an internship close to the end of Add/Drop, speak to Career and Professional Development about adding an Internship Placeholder to your schedule. This will not register you for an internship, but it will allow for proper billing for the semester.

  1. Once the student is offered an internship, the student must have the Employer complete the first page of the Learning Agreement and then the student must complete the second page of the Agreement themselves.The student must complete the "Draft Your Career Conversation Questions" assignment in Lab 3 or CareerLab. Students only need to complete the CareerLab assignment before their first internship for-credit. Students registering for any additional internships for-credit while at MMC do not need to complete the CareerLab assignment again.
  2. Once the Learning Agreement and CareerLab Assignment have been completed, the student must complete the Online Application to Receive Credit for an Internship (located below). The student must upload a digital copy of the Learning Agreement to the Online Application before it can be submitted for approval and registration.
  3. After the student has completed the online application, Career Services will review the Learning Agreement and CareerLab assignments to ensure they are complete.The student will then receive an email from Career Services to schedule an appointment with the Internship Program Coordinator to discuss the non-academic requirements and expectations of their internship. At the end of this meeting, the application will then be sent to the Faculty Supervisor for review.
  4. The Faculty Supervisor will then review the Learning Agreement, attach a digital copy of the Syllabus for the student's internship, and give their approval. The application is then sent to the Division Chair.
  5. The Division Chair will review the Learning Agreement and Syllabus, and then give their approval sending the application to the Registrar's Office.
  6. The Registrar will then register the student for the internship and add it to their schedule.

Please note that January and Summer Session for-credit internships are NOT covered by financial aid or scholarships and are NOT included in regular tuition. There is an additional cost for internships during January and Summer sessions.