Meet with the member of the DTC faculty coordinating your internship monthly to discuss your experience
Complete a WSU Tri-Cities Career Services Resume Workshop (including the necessary follow up). Workshop dates can be found online on the WSU Tri-Cities Career Services webpage.
Turn in two copies (if printed) of your portfolio to the faculty member coordinating your internship.
Your portfolio can be electronic or printed and appropriately packaged. The faculty member will keep one copy of your portfolio. The portfolio must include:
An hour log signed by your supervisor indicating that you have worked a minimum of 135 hours per 3 WSU credit hours (This averages to approximately 9 hours per week over the course of a traditional semester)
An updated copy of your resume
A letter of recommendation from your supervisor on company letterhead
All of the DTC related/creative work that you completed during your internship. This section of your portfolio must be arranged thoughtfully and be able to be used in an employment application or interview setting to demonstrate the caliber of your work.
Include images and project descriptions that explain your role in the project, the purpose of the project, and the technical skills needed to complete the project.
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