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A learning contract must be used if you plan to earn credit for your internship. It includes a list of responsibilities, expected daily duties and long-term project plans.
Cite your learning objectives: What exposure and knowledge are you interested in gaining? What skills are you seeking to refine? What classroom knowledge are you seeking to apply in a work environment?
Outline specifics: Will you earn academic credit? How many hours per week will you work? Is it a paid internship? Is housing provided? Include the name of the on-site supervisor, faculty adviser (if intern- ship is for credit) and dates of the internship. Signatures of each party are required if the internship is for credit.
Cite the criteria for evaluation: How/when will you be evaluated? Who is your supervisor? Who will evaluate your work? What aspects of the internship are evaluated?