Embry-Riddle’s Career Services offices help students secure internships. Internships are both paid and unpaid positions designed to fill a specific need of the organization, or tailored to complement a student’s academic goals.
Students seeking academic credit from their internships must meet the criteria listed on the Co-ops and Internships page of the Career Services website. Students not seeking academic credit may directly contact the organizations of their choice.
Research-based internships are offered through the EagleHire Network. Here, students may view organizations offering internships, including Embry-Riddle and partners, federal agencies, and national labs.