Internship Application Internship Application Name* First Last Studentadmin ID:*Email* At which campus are you requesting to enroll in ECON 2481?*StorrsStamfordHave you successfully secured an internship?*YesNoHave you successfully completed at least one 2000-level economics course and either have completed or concurrently taking at least two other 2000-level economics courses?*YesNoDo you have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or a minimum of 2.5 in 2000-level economics courses?*YesNoTerm in which you are requesting to receive internship credit:*Spring 2019Summer 2019Fall 2019Spring 2020Summer 2020Fall 2020Name of the organization where you will be interning:*Location of organization (city & state):*Field Supervisor’s Name:*Field Supervisor’s Phone Number:*Field Supervisor’s Email Address:*What is your internship’s start date?*What is your internship’s end date?*How many hours per week will you work?*What is the total number of hours you are expecting to work at this internship?*Will your internship be paid or unpaid?*PaidUnpaidHow does your internship position relate to economics?*Agreements* I understand that in order to receive a permission number to enroll in Econ 2481, Economics Internship Field Study, I must complete and submit the "Internship Learning Agreement" to the ECON Internship Instructor (Storrs) firstname.lastname@example.org or (Stamford) email@example.com. I understand I will receive the Internship Learning Agreement via email from Prof. Cosgel or Prof. Harmon after my Credit Internship Application has been submitted and approved. I understand that in order to receive credit for my internship I am required to meet with the Field Supervisor at the beginning of the internship to discuss the “Internship Orientation Checklist” and complete other course requirements that are listed in the syllabus for ECON 2481, Internship Field Study. I understand ECON 2481 is graded on a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) basis. The S/U credits cannot count towards the 24 credits required for a major in economics, but they count towards the 120 credits required for graduation (elective credits). I understand that credit internships during the Spring and Fall semester are included in the tuition for the semester. Extra tuition and fees are associated for summer and winter intersession academic internships.