Once You’ve Found an Internship

How Do I Get Registered for Academic Credit?

Training Agreement

Once you’ve been offered an internship, you and your employer both need to fill out the EXPRL 191 Training Agreement form. Return this form to the Bellevue College (BC) Center for Career Connections front desk, which is located on the second floor of the Student Services Building (Building B). The Internship Coordinator will then determine if your internship is eligible for credit. If it is, they will email you with information on how to register for credit. entry code so that you can register for the class.

Tuition Support

If you need assistance paying for the course tuition, please also submit the EXPRL 191 Support Application form to the Internship Coordinator.

Course Syllabus

Please read the EXPRL 191 Course Syllabus so that you’re aware of the required assignments and their corresponding due dates. As you complete your assignments, they can be uploaded to the “My Documents” tab in CONNECT! You can also view/edit the details of your internship (including assignment due dates) by clicking on the “My Internships” quick link, which is located on the CONNECT! home page.

Student Handbook

We have a comprehensive Student Handbook that can answer some of your questions about the internship experience. This handbook provides information that will help guide you through the process of planning, carrying out, and reflecting upon your experience.

Last Updated April 30, 2019