Practica and Internships

What makes Practicum and Internships unique?

Practicum provides students with an opportunity to observe experts in a given field, introducing them to the practical applications of subject matter encountered through coursework. Designed as an initial experience for students, practicum may carry from 1 to 3 credit hours. Some departments require hands-on experience as part of the internship.

Internships offer students who have completed significant coursework in their chosen majors with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the field under the supervision of an on-site professional. The purpose of internships is to enable students to draw intellectual connections between what they have learned in coursework and what they learn on the internship site, which they make explicit through a final project incorporating both academic work and insights gained through the internship experience. Internships can be designed such that they carry from 3 to 9 credit hours.

Who is eligible for practicum and internships?

Albertus Magnus College students in good academic standing (G.P.A. of at least 2.0) may participate in:

  • Practicum once they have completed 45 credits
  • Internship once they have completed 60 credits

To be eligible to participate in practicum or internship, students must be registered for an internship or a practicum course, meet with the Office of Career & Professional Development, submit all required documentation through Handshake, as well as complete any other requirements based on their major. Students must be available for at least 8-10 hours per week (3 credit experience) and have their own transportation. The schedules of sites and industries vary. Most sites are only available to supervise interns during regular business hours.

" If you obtain an internship, it's important to work hard and learn everything you possibly can because they will put you in areas that will allow you to achieve more success and opportunities."

Kobey Smith
Class of 2020

Internship Placements

The following is a sample list of placements for Albertus Magnus College students:

 

Area Cooperative Educational Services

A+ Accounting

Access Rehab Centers, LLC

Advanced Investigations

AETNA

American Seal & Engineering Co., Inc.

Amethyst House

Area Cooperative Educational Services

Artspace

Banana Republic

Banti & DeFelice, CPAs, LLC

Barnum Financial Group

Beisler Insurance Agency

BNY Mellon

Boys & Girls Club of Milford and New Haven

Boys and Girls Village

Branford Counseling Center and Recreation Department

Children’s Community Programs of CT, Inc.

Christian Community Action Agency, Inc.

Church Hill Classics

Clifford Beers Clinic

College Pro-New England Commercial Furniture Service Corporation

Columbus House, Inc.

Columns of Knowledge

Community Action Agency of New Haven Continuum of Care, Inc.

Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery Continuum of Care, Inc.

Connecticut Mental Health Center

Connecticut Sun

Cornell Scott Hill Health Corporation

Creative Arts Workshop

CT Blue Jays Baseball Club

Daniel Trust Foundation

Dibble & Rossi, P.C.

Discovery Communications

Disney World, Florida

Donald L. Perlroth & Company

Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney & Meisenkothen, LLC

East Haven Public Schools

EB Photography

Enterprise Holdings

ESPN

Evax Systems

Everything Girls Love, LLC

Fairfield Counseling Group

Family Centered Services of CT, Gateway Community College

Family ReEntry

First Investors Corporation

Forensic Health Services

Giordano Associates, LLC

Goodwill of Western and Northern Connecticut, Inc.

Guilford Police Department

Guilford Public Schools

Guilford Youth and Family Services

Hamden Police Department

Hamden Public Schools

Hamden Secure Community Residential Program for Boys (SAGE)

Harbor Yard Sports and Entertainment

Industrial Technologies Services

Integrated Wellness Group

IRIS, Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services

JD Creative

Joshua Center Shoreline

Junta for Progressive Action

Law Office of Vincent N. Amendola, Jr., LLC

LEAP

Liberation Programs, Inc.

Liberty Community Services

LogistiCare

LULAC Head Start

MADD CT

Marrakech, Inc.

Mary Wade Home

Mercy Learning Center

Meriden Police Department

Milford Youth and Family Services

New Financial Life, VITA Program

New Haven Family Alliance

New Haven Farms

New Haven Museum

New Haven Police Department

New Haven Public Schools

New Haven Reads

New Haven Vet Center

North Haven Police Department

Northwestern Mutual Financial Group Sea Stone Capital Management, L.P.

Nurturing Families Network, Fair Haven Community Health Center

Orange Police Department

Orange Public Schools

Orlando Magic/Orlando Magic.com

People’s United Bank

Periship

Project MORE

Shelton Youth Services

Stop & Shop Pharmacy

The Children’s Center

The City of New Haven, Department of Finance

The City of New Haven, Department of Parks, Recreation & Trees

The City of New Haven, Office of the Tax Collector

The Law Offices of Balzano & Tropiano, P.C.

The Maritime Aquarium

The State of Connecticut, Department of Children and Families

The State of Connecticut, Department of Correction

The State of Connecticut, Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

The State of Connecticut, Department of Public Health

The State of Connecticut, Judicial Branch

Town of Hamden

Treasured Time, Inc.

Triple Threat Television

U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. Department of Defense

UTC Aerospace Systems

VA Hospital

Viacom Media Networks, Music and Entertainment

Visit New Haven, Economic Development Corporation

WAPJ-FM

West Haven Head Start

WTNH-TV News 8

X’Tige

Yale School of Medicine

Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, Child Psychiatric Inpatient Services

YMCA Camp Sloper Outdoor Center, Program Center of the Southington-Cheshire Community