The Internships and Cooperative Education department works closely with the following departments on campus:
The Career Center exists to provide services to currently enrolled students in all academic majors and for all degree levels, as they seek to make career decisions, part-time employment while in school or full-time employment following graduation or certification. The Career Center is a liaison between students and employers representing education, business, industry, government and public service that seek to fulfill their hiring needs.
The UNT Office for Nationally Competitive Scholarship (formerly the Office of Postgraduate Fellowships) assists undergraduate and graduate students in identifying and pursuing externally funded research and study opportunities. Dr. James Duban, director of the office, invites students to inquire about the preparation and credentials necessary to compete successfully for such postgraduate awards as Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright, James Madison, Harry S. Truman, Andrew W. Mellon, and National Science Foundation scholarships and fellowships.
The staff in International Student and Scholar Services provides assistance to international students, international researchers, faculty and other scholars, and works with UNT students wanting to obtain Curricular Practical Training (CPT).
The Center for Global Learning & Experience (GLE) assists students who wish to take advantage of the opportunity to gain global experience while studying at UNT. GLE provides academic, financial & logistical advising on short & long-term study abroad programs, as well as internships, volunteer opportunities & more.