HUM 278 - Humanities Internship
A three-credit internship course that allows students to exercise and expand their understanding of the arts and humanities by working with area theatres, galleries, art studios, printing companies, television and radio stations, community centers, or cultural resource centers. Through exposure to the administrative as well as the creative aspects of arts and humanities, students will obtain practical experience in their field of study, enabling them to apply and reflect on the connections between academic theory and practice.
Students are supervised collaboratively by a faculty sponsor working with HCC’s Experiential Learning Coordinator and by an on-site professional. Students will work a minimum of 45 hours per one credit hour. They will complete frequent assignments to gain an understanding of industry and organizational structures, cultures, and ethics; develop workplace communication skills; strengthen critical thinking, research, and problem solving skills; establish networks; and develop a greater awareness and appreciation of self, others, and social responsibility in a career context.
Prerequisite(s): Minimum of 24 earned credits and permission of instructor
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