The UCC Works Internship Pathway is a period of unpaid work experience in a UCC Campus organisation or department.
- This organisation or department must be an approved UCC Works internship provider.
- Some organisations and departments are already approved.
- If the organisation or department is not already an approved organisation, they must fill in the Expression of Interest for Internship Providers (37kB) to become an accredited UCC Works internship provider. Once the form is received, the UCC Works Committee will meet and review the application and will contact the organisation to approve or reject their application.
- Register for the Internship Pathway now.
Students participating in the UCC Works Internship Pathway are required to complete a minimum of forty hours placement within the organisation. This is certified by a record of attendance form signed by the internship provider. Students are then required to complete a reflective report and update their CV in order to qualify for the UCC WORKS AWARD.
The Reflective Reports must be submitted to email@example.com. You must submit your Reflective Report in mid-March 2021. Please check the UCC Works Facebook , Instagram and Twitter and for updates. The Ceremony will take place April 2021.
How to keep track of your UCC Works hours and register:
To keep track of the hours of your internship, you can now track your hours online :
1) Login to www.studentvolunteer.ie/ucc
2) Click REGISTER (this just registers you on the computer system)
3) Sign up and fill out the form and make up your own password
4) This will allow you into your own unique dashboard.
5) In the “Opportunities” section, select “View More” and register there for the UCC Works Award Internship Pathway
6) The next screen will say “nearly there”… this is where you enter a note as to why you are applying.
Please enter “I am interning with the UCC XXX organisation/department "
7) Your registration will be pending there, until it is approved.
8) Once approved, you can now begin to log your hours. You can manage and track everything from here.
A skills-based CV is the usual requirement and the majority of internship positions require the student to attend an interview. More information on creating a CV can be found here. Students should approach the interviewing process for UCC WORKS internship positions the same as if they were applying for a paid position within an organisation.