CRD Internships

CRD Internship Units 

Internship Courses

CRD majors are required to complete 4 units of CRD 192 internship before graduation.  To qualify for CRD 192, you must be in upper division standing, meaning you have completed a minimum of 90 college units.   Junior transfers may have over 90 college units, but it is not recommended you complete an internship prior to your 3rd quarter at UC Davis.

  • CRD 092:   Students in lower division standing, completed fewer than 90 college units, will only be applied towards overall 180 graduation units and not towards any major-related units.  P/NP grading only. 
  • CRD 192:  Students in upper division standing, completed 90 or more college units, will be applied towards overall 180 graduation units AND can be used towards major requirements ( 4.0 units satisfies internship requirement for CRD).  P/NP grading only.

Hours and Academic Requirements:    In addition to internship hours, reading and writing assignments will also be required at your faculty advisor’s discretion. 

Required Hours = Units
60 hours = 2.0 units
90 hours = 3.0 units
120 hours = 4.0 units

Criteria

You must be officially declared in the CRD major, in upper division standing, and the internship must:

  • be located off campus (UCDHS sites qualify)
  • directly relate to your major
  • relate to your career interest
  • provide you with new, professional-level transferable skills (no clerical - filing, re-organizing e-files, etc.; no basic, routine tasks such as handing out blankets at a shelter)
  • be supervised by a professional  with at least their Bachelor’s degree and appropriate certification/credentialing according to their field’s requirements
  • allow you to work at least 60 hours in a quarter (to total 2 units) or more in fall, winter or spring (summer units might be possible)
  • be pre-approved by the CRD Internship Coordinator in 1303 Hart Hall prior to the quarter in which you plan to request units

Steps for Receiving Units

  • Find internship (meet with internship coordinator in 1303 Hart if assistance is needed)
  • Make an appointment here to meet with internship coordinator for approval, and if approved obtain blank internship contract
  • Meet with internship supervisor and faculty sponsor (as assigned by internship coordinator) to complete contract
  • Return completed contract to internship coordinator by 10th day of instruction during academic year or by 5th day of summer session, and in exchange receive CRN. (no appointment is necessary)
  • Add course with CRN no later than 10th day of academic quarter and 5th day of summer session

Resources for finding internships, jobs or volunteer opportunities