At CSUF we understand the value of forging strong and lasting partnerships with our community. Community organizations serve as co-educators to our students while receiving the benefit of student ideas, talents and service. As a CSUF Community Partner offering academic internships or service-learning opportunities to our students, you will help guide new generations as they enter the workforce.
It is the responsibility of the Center for Internships & Community Engagement to ensure that our students are both safe and receiving an academically appropriate experience while undertaking an internship. The CICE Site Registration is a simple process that provides the information that is necessary in order for us to determine that a site is a legitimate and safe environment for academic interns and the position is of a sufficient academic caliber to award credit.
Creating a Profile and Position
These step-by-step site registration instructions will guide you through the process of registering in our Titan Connection system and completing our safety and risk management procedures.
Adding a New Position to an Approved SIte
Is your site already registered in the system? Click to add a new position or repost a previous position on Titan Connection's academic internships/service-learning registration page.
Academic Internship and Service-Learning sites should be aware that:
- Students are not permitted to drive or transport clients during academic internship hours unless insurance is provided by the internship site (evidence of insurance may be requested).
- Sites are expected to maintain liability insurance at statutory minimum levels.
- Remote internships, where the student works from home or campus and submits work online or via meetings in a public space, are welcome. As CICE generally does not approve internships at residential addresses (home-based businesses), this may be a viable alternative.
It is the policy of the university to seek safe and meaningful experiences for students participating in academic internships and service-learning placements. To reduce the likelihood of physical injury, property damage, and liability exposure, the university has developed policies, procedures and guidelines to reduce the risk to students in such programs. Potential placement sites must review and sign a learning agreement in order to host CSUF students.
Sample Learning Agreement.
f you have any questions regarding any aspect of becoming a CSUF Community Partner or completing the CICE Site Registration process, please contact us at (657) 278-3746 or email@example.com.