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Sophomore Internship Program with Computers For Children

Computers for Children
Sophomore Internship Program (SHIP)

Launch Your Career Join The SHIP!

The Sophomore Internship Program (SHIP) with Computers For Children is a credit-bearing internship program for UB sophomores administered by Career Services. SHIP provides students with an opportunity to gain real world leadership experience at Computers For Children, a not-for-profit (501c3) agency in the Western New York area. Internships may be available during the fall/spring/summer semesters. Interns are granted 3 academic credits for successful completion of the program. Questions regarding this course fulfilling your particular university requirements, should be directed towards your academic advisor.

SHIP Placements/Organizations

Student Eligibility

Application Process

  1. Search/review Sophomore Internship Program internships (on right) - Follow application instructions stated in posting (through the BullsEye system)
  2. Follow application instructions stated in posting
  3. Submit these items to Career Services
    • Application Form: PDF (15KB) | Word (28KB)
    • HUB Academic Advisement Report to demonstrate satisfactory academic status (sophomore status)
  4. Student meets with SHIP coordinator in Career Services prior to starting internship
    • NOTE: Student must be chosen for internship/placement by Computers For Children or other approved non-profit agencies.
    • Application deadline is the first day of classes each semester!

Course/Program Requirements

Additional Info for International Students

International students must ensure that the internship is first approved for Curricular Practical Training (CPT). This process starts with approval from the student's academic advisor. The internship must be deemed, by their advisor, to be "integral to the established curriculum" of the student's degree program and major. The advisor must indicate "pre-approval" of this information, in writing, to the International Student and Scholar Services office (ISSS) in 210 Talbert Hall utilizing the first page of this specific, yellow colored, Curricular Practical Training Recommendation form (PDF (22KB)). Upon agreement by the ISSS office (and after securing the internship) the second page of the form must then be completed by Career Services. The completed two-page form must then be submitted to the International Student and Scholar Services office (210 Talbert Hall) at least 5-7 business days prior to the start of the internship.

For more information, contact Bob Orrange, Career Services SHIP coordinator, (716) 645-4620.

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