Completed toward the end of the Instructional Technology program of study, an internship offers the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills obtained in the classroom to actual projects in an industrial, business, government, or academic environment. Bloomsburg University Instructional Technology students have opportunities to intern with some of the most innovative and well-respected companies and organizations in the field.
The Instructional Technology Internship Coordinator and Instructor is Robyn A. Defelice. Contact Robyn for information on the internship program, application requirements or to offer an internship at your organization.
The following documents are for students to help determine eligibility for internships and to apply for an internship. All files will open in a new window:
- Determining Eligibility of Student and Organization and Internship Process (PDF)
- Link to Bloomsburg University’s Internship Application form (PDF)
- Site Information and Communication Plan form (MS-Word)
- PDE Waiver Form (ITS track only – MS-Word)