Non-credit internship opportunities exist for all students seeking bachelor's degrees. As an important part of the Career Architecture process at Stevenson University, career exploration and preparation are keys to a student's success. In internship positions, students gain valuable hands-on experience working part-time while pursuing degrees. Students are eligible for non-credit internship positions on the basis of their academic achievement, faculty recommendations, and the completion of requirements. Students can work part-time during the academic year, and full-time over the summer. Many students receive full-time job offers from their internship employer upon graduation. All non-credit internships are housed on Mustang Central, an online jobs database. To begin the process, students should contact a counselor in the Career Services office.