An internship is a good opportunity for students to learn new skills and gain practical experience in the workplace. The focus of an internship is to perform work-related tasks and projects related to your major or occupational goal.

Here is what an internship can do for you...

  1. Allow you to explore careers…try out a discipline or two.
  2. Improve your college performance…classroom curriculum can be more meaningful when it relates to your internship
  3. Provide employment advantages…you will have business references and contacts; you might earn a higher salary since you will already have job experience; and sometimes an internship can lead to a job!
  4. Give you a head start into your field…pre-existing work experience can set you apart from other recent grads in the competitive job market.

There are paid and unpaid internships, both potentially providing you the opportunity to earn college credit.  For information on the internship process, please visit the Career Transfer Center in Fountain Hall 110.

Spring 2018 Internships 


DEADLINE IS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2018 (No Exceptions): Students must be able to attend the last MANDATORY course orientation on Wednesday, February 21st from 5:30pm-6:30pm

If you have secured an internship and want to receive academic credit, begin by completing an INTERNSHIP COURSE AGREEMENT and submit it to the Career Transfer Center for approval. Please note the Course Agreement is a fillable form - open in Adobe.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. You must have declared a major or internship discipline at Moorpark College
  2. You must be in good academic standing by having a GPA of 2.0 or above
  3. You must have taken or be taking at least one course in the major or career field at Moorpark College

Steps to Enrolling in an Internship Course

  1. Secure an internship with an employer either independently or with the assistance of the Career Transfer Center, instructors, or other campus networks
  2. Complete an Internship Course Agreement and submit a printed copy to the Career Transfer Center by the deadline for approval
  3. When you submit your Internship Course Agreement, register for a MANDATORY Internship Course Orientation in the Career Transfer Center (dates and times are below)
  4. Upon approval of your Internship Course Agreement, a CRN to enroll in an internship course will be emailed to your "" email
  5. Enroll in the internship course and pay tuition for the internship course
  6. Attend the MANDATORY Internship Course Orientation that you registered for - you will receive your Internship Packet with assignments at the Course Orientation

Calculating Credits

  1. You receive 1 credit for 60 hours of an unpaid internship or 1 credit for 75 hours of a paid internship
  2. You may earn up to 4 credits per semester
  3. You may earn up to 16 credits total
  4. Internships are graded and count towards your degree, certificate, or award
  5. Internships count as elective credits for CSU institutions

Student Responsibilities

  1. Secure an internship
  2. Attend an Internship Course Orientation
  3. Complete all required course paperwork
  4. Complete all required course assignments including capstone project
  5. You must meet with your Faculty Advisor (who is assigned to you) at least two times during your internship to discuss your progress
  6. You must schedule a mid-internship site visit with your Faculty Advisor and Worksite Supervisor
  7. Submit all required paperwork and assignments by semester deadlines to the Career Transfer Center


Mandatory orientation for students who have Internship Course Agreements turned in and approved by the Career Transfer Center
Please RSVP in the CTC (FH 110)

Date Time Location
Thursday, 1/4/18 3-4 pm FH 219
Tuesday, 1/16/18 5:30-6:30 pm FH 212
Monday, 1/29/18 10-11 am FH 117
Tuesday, 2/13/18 11-12 pm FH 117
Wednesday, 2/21/18 5:30-6:30 pm FH 217

If you have questions, visit the Career Transfer Center in Fountain Hall 110 or call (805) 378-1536 to make an appointment.

Moorpark College is committed to providing equal opportunities to students, employees and the public regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, or veteran status.