The Temple University Internship Program (TUIP) provides paid, meaningful experiential opportunities through on-campus internships. The Career Center works with staff and faculty to ensure that TUIP internships support students' professional development and growth. Internships average roughly 10 hours/week depending upon the agreement of the student and their supervisor/mentor.
Students are NOT eligible to receive academic credit for their TUIP internships. We cannot guarantee all TUIP internships will appeal to all majors. If you have suggestions for departments to invite to participate, reach out to Holly Logan, Assistant Director of Internships & Experiential Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty and staff at Temple University can learn more about TUIP on the Employer page.
Reasons to Participate in TUIP
- Work alongside Temple University staff and faculty.
- Gain professional experience that can be added to your resume.
- Work on a variety of Temple campuses, as well as remote/hybrid options.
- Receive additional professional development support.
Apply for TUIP
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors in good academic standing are welcome to apply for the Temple University Internship Program by completing the TUIP Student Application in Handshake. Students eligible for Federal Work Study are highly encouraged to apply.
- Acceptance into the program does not guarantee an internship.
- Students are only allowed to work in one TUIP internship at a time.
- The host department will interview students, and that department will determine the best candidate for the position.
The TUIP Application Process
- Complete and submit the TUIP Student Application by the semester deadline. The Career Center will review your application and inform you of your status via e-mail.
- After students receive notification of your acceptance to the program, you will be sent information about available internships and how to apply in Handshake.
- Students will be contacted directly by supervisors if they are invited to schedule an interview.
Timeline For Spring 2023 TUIP
- October 17 – November 9: Student application period to participate in TUIP
- This is for preliminary acceptance into the program. NOT a guaranteed internship.
- Mid-November: Students accepted to TUIP will apply for internships in Handshake
- Late November - Mid-January: Departments interview and select students
- Mid-January/Early February: First week of the internship (approximate)
After Accepting a TUIP Internship
Students who have accepted a TUIP internship are responsible for:
- Connecting with the internship supervisor about expectations, tasks and assignments related to the internship.
- Adhering to the schedule, responsibilities, and goals established by the student and the supervisor.
- Participating in professional development workshops offered by the Career Center.
- Completing the final evaluation and short reflection on your TUIP experience.
Consecutive TUIP Internships
- TUIP internships do not automatically continue from one semester to the next, however some departments may choose to re-hire their interns.
- Students may check with your supervisor and Student Financial Services (SFS) on their eligibility for additional semesters.
For questions or additional information about TUIP please email Assistant Director of Internships & Experiential Learning Holly Logan: email@example.com.