An article by Dr. Patricia Allen, food systems & society department chair, was selected for inclusion in a "best of" retrospective issue of the esteemed journal Gastronomica.
We partner with you to integrate classroom theory into relevant, practical experience in a professional environment. Internships can expand the learning environment and offer you valuable information about your future studies, employment and career development.
The Marylhurst University internship program is committed to meeting the following objectives:
- Internships will be a new and significant learning opportunity for all students;
- Internships will be related to the student's individual degree and synthesize previous learning with new life experience; and
- New learning through internships will be accomplished in an acceptable site and supported by appropriate supervision.
The internship handbook is required reading for all internship applicants. This handbook applies to most Marylhurst internships and practicums. Interior design, art therapy counseling, education and music therapy students will receive internship information from their academic advisers.