Learning Agreement Internship

The University of Portland (UP) Internship Learning Agreement is the first decisive step in setting clear expectations, sketching out your learning goals and referring to your internship tasks. By filling out this form, you are ready to maximize your internship experience. By filling out this form, the University of Portland can also know how best to help you in your internship! The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. Please note that if you are on an internship for university credits, it may be necessary to submit additional material to be fully enrolled in the course. Students who complete a university credit internship and students who take an internship other than university credits are invited to complete this form. How to fill out the form, depending on the type of experience in your internship: Contact Audrey Fancher, Internship and Engagement Coordinator if you have any questions at 503.943.8445 or internship@up.edu. The apprenticeship agreement defines the program of study or internships to be carried out abroad and must be approved by the student, the sending body, the organization or the company before the start of the exchange. The three parties who sign the apprenticeship agreement are committed to respecting all agreed agreements and thereby ensuring that the student will obtain recognition for studies or internships conducted abroad without any other requirements. The learning agreement aims to ensure transparent and effective preparation of exchanges to ensure that the student is recognized for successful activities abroad. With regard to student mobility for internships, the apprenticeship agreement should define how the internship is recognised, depending on whether it is counted in the student`s diploma, on a voluntary basis (not compulsory for the diploma) or by a recent graduate. See the guidelines below. For the mobility of students for studies, the apprenticeship agreement should define the group of educational components that will be replaced at the end of their studies abroad. See the guidelines below.