Internships & Volunteering

Internships are intended to introduce you to real life experiences and to deepen your experience in your field of study. Internships also help to polish "soft skills," such as promptness, integrity, and teamwork.

To Find an Internship

If you are interested in an internship, the best place to start is to ask a faculty member in your academic field. They will help you determine who will be your faculty advisor. The assigned faculty advisor will work with you to determine your learning outcomes, evaluate your progress, and issue your final grade.

To find internship & volunteer postings:

  • Log on to eWolf
  • Select the Student Resources tab
  • Select Student Employment
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select Student Jobs and Internships
  • This will take you automatically to the Front Range Connect portal, where you can modify your account and look for jobs and internships.
    • If you are an alumni, you may need to contact the Career Success Center in order to activate your account. Please call us at 303.404.5312 or email us at career.success@frontrange.edu.
  • Check back frequently! We receive daily and weekly listings.

If you are unsure of an internship you have found, contact us and we will help you assess the internship for academic integrity and safety. 

To participate in an internship, students must have:

  • Completed a minimum of 15 semester credit hours in their program of study

  • Maintained a cumulative GPA of 2.0

  • Obtained an internship job placement prior to course enrollment

  • Completed an internship application in conjunction with a faculty advisor

It’s best to apply at least one semester before the semester of internship. Students should consult an academic advisor regarding the transferability of internship credit.

Download the Internship Handbook for all the forms you'll need for your internship.

Learn from someone already doing the work. Job shadowing can give you a better idea about what a specific job entails. With job shadowing, you can decide for yourself whether the job is a good fit for you.

Contact us to discuss job shadowing opportunities.

Never underestimate the power of volunteering. First, the volunteer positions we place you in are of service to others. Second, like job shadowing, you can see for yourself whether the sector in which you are volunteering is a good fit for you. And third, what you’ve read really does happen: Some people can turn a volunteer position into a job.

Contact us to learn about volunteering.

FRCC students and alumni have access to full-time, part-time, volunteer and internship postings. 

To find postings:

  • Log on to eWolf
  • Select the Student Resources tab
  • Select Student Employment
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select Student Jobs and Internships
  • This will take you automatically to the Front Range Connect portal, where you can modify your account and look for jobs and internships.
    • Current students should be able to verify their account and access the system.
    • If you are an alumni, you may need to contact the Career Success Center in order to activate your account. For assistance, call us at 303.404.5312 or send an email to career.success@frontrange.edu.
  • Check back frequently! We receive daily and weekly listings.