Bellini Center for Talent Development

Applying for the Degree Applicable Internship Course - 4940

This application process is ONLY for 4940. If you would like to apply to an internship course other than 4940 please click here.

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Step 1

Students should send the appropriate web address listed below to their employer or internship supervisor. The form must be completed and submitted online for review of a potential internship.

NOTE: Having an internship offer from an employer or host is required for this course.


Please Note: It is important for your internship approval process that this form be completed by the Employer only.

Unpaid Internships

Special Procedures for Unpaid Internships

Important: Starting Fall 2021, unpaid internships will be reserved for nonprofit organizations and entities, and for international internships.

For all unpaid internship at a USA based non-profit organization the organizations (or entity) has to sign the agreement with USF.

For unpaid international internship at a for-profit/non-profit organization please contact your internship course instructor or the School director for your major.

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Step 2

The course instructor will review the Internship Employer Agreement and determine if an internship is approved.

  1. Internship Permit Request - once the internship has been approved by the course instructor, an email will be sent to the student that contains the internship permit request. Please check the OASIS Student Schedule Search to find the internship course for your major. You may contact the respective instructor of your internship course for follow up. 

  2. Receive Permit – within 24-48 hours of the permit request, the permit will be posted in the student's OASIS account under "Registration Status."

  3. Enroll in the correct section – verify the schedule, credit course, and course number.
    Note: Any student who has not gone through the Internship Approval Process (step 1 above) may be dropped from the course.

  4. Course Requirements – meet all the course requirements to earn the grade.