The Career Center posts internship positions from various local and national organizations on the BucCareer Network.  The following organizations have approved internships

A.G. Edwards | Academy of Television | Arts & Sciences Foundation | Aflac Inc. | Alaska State Parks Program | Alcoa | Allestra Recruiting Inc. | American Cancer Society | American Heart Association | American Lung Association | Aon Benfield Inc. | APEX Broadcasting of South Carolina | Arbordale Publishing | Asbill & Beck | Atlantic Bedding and Furniture | Avis Budget Group | | Berkeley Chamber of Commerce | Bethel Baptist Church |Blackbaud | Boeing | Boys and Girls Club |Calvary Baptist Church |Camp Burnt Gin | Camp LaVida | Capital Service Group, Inc. |Carolina Land Realty | Carolina One Real Estate | Carolina Youth Development Center | Cathedral of Praise | Central Christian Church | Charleston Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP) | Charleston County Aviation Authority | Charleston County Parks and Recreation | Charleston County School District | Charleston Habitat for Humanity | Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce | Charleston Museum | Charleston Neurology Associates | Charleston Symphony Orchestra | Chelsea Heintz State Farm | Children's Choice Learning Center | Christian Coalition | Citadel Broadcasting Company | City of Charleston | City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs | City of Charleston Prosecutor's Office | City of North Charleston - Keep North Charleston Beautiful | City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department | Clear Channel | CNE Graphics | Coastal Community Foundation | Coldwell Banker Commercial | ComSurv | Consolidated Electrical Distributors | Department of Juvenile Justice | Department of Social Services | Doctor's Care | Dolphin & Eagle Consulting, Inc. | Dorchester Habitat for Humanity | Eagle Harbor Boys Ranch | Early Autism Project, Inc. | East Cooper Meals on Wheels | Enterprise Rent-A-Car | Evan Guthrie Law Firm | Family Dentistry, Gwendolyn B. Brown, D.M.D. | First Baptist Church of Moncks Corner | Florence Crittenton Programs of SC | Foot Action USA | Footlight Players Productions | Girl Scouts of Carolina Low Country Daisy READ Program | Global Youth Village | Goose Creek Gazette | Goose Creek Municipal Court | Grace Physical Therapy | Greenville Zoo | Hanahan Veterinary Clinic | Hawkes Learning Systems | High Purity Standard | Home Telephone Company | Intercontinental Hotels Group | JEAR Logistics | Job Market Maker | Joggling Board Press | Journey Church | Kawaiikalia Akua Farms | Kiawah Island Golf Resort | Leon Stavrinakis For Mayor | Level One LLC | Levelwing | Longshore Boats | Low Country Pregnancy Center | Lowcountry Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure | Lowcountry Resource Conservation and Developmental Council | MAHLE Behr Charleston, Inc. | Metanoia Freedom School | Metro North Church (PCA) | MILCOM Systems Corporation | Motley Rice LLC | MTV Networks | MUSC Hollings Cancer Center | MUSC, Institute of Psychiatry | MUSC-SUMMER | My Sister's House | National Golf Course Owners Association | National Journalism Center | Neff Rental LLC | New York Life | Nickelodeon | Noble's Nu Sound Music | North Charleston Police Department | Nucor Steel - Berkeley | Oceans Discovery | ONE | Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach | Palmetto Project | Patuxent Research Refuge | Primerica | Pro Level Sports | Pusser's Caribbean Grille | Ready: Set Jump | Rocket Internet | S.A.V.E. (Student Aware of the Value of Education) | Sands Resorts | Santee Cooper | Savannah River Remediation, LLC | Select Physical Therapy | Social Security Administration | South Carolina Aquarium | South Carolina ETV | South Carolina Federal Credit Union | South Carolina School for the Deaf & the Blind | Southeastern Intercultural Chamber of Commerce | St. Andrews Church Mt. Pleasant | Summerville Communications, Inc. | Summerville D.R.E.A.M. | Summerville Family YMCA | Target of Summerville | Teleios, Inc. | The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children's Center, Inc | The Fig & The Vine Publishing, LLC | The I'on Club | The LPA Group Incorporated | The Post and Courier | he Reading Warehouse Inc. |The River of Life | Thomas Heyward Academy | Thrivent Financial | Together We Rise | Trident Medical Center | Trident Technical College | Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge | United Hospice | University Instructors, Inc. | Verdi Group | Verizon | Vetfriends |Victims Advocate Summerville - Summerville Police Department | VIP Marketing & Advertising | WalMart Pharmacy | Washington Internship Institute | WCIV-TV | Westaff | WISCONSIN BADGER CAMP | World Fitness Center |Youth Missions International | ZWO

Applied Learning Experience Program

The Career Center offers current students internship opportunities through Applied Learning Experience Program (APPLE), a structured educational program that integrates academics and hands-on work experience. The internship may be full- or part-time and may be paid or unpaid. This program is supervised by the Assistant Dean through the Career Center. 

The internship requires a minimum of 120 hours of supervised work in an approved business or professional work setting. The course is designed to allow the student to focus on important career topics such as organization, culture, decision-making, leadership, values and ethics in the workplace.

Benefits of the Program

Work experience is a vital part of career preparation and APPLE provides students with experiences which integrate academic studies and professional interests. Students have the opportunity to learn through productive work experiences in a field related to your career goal.  

  •  Acquire essential practical skills in a professional setting
  •  Investigate full-time job leads in the future
  •  Develop professional and personal skills
  •  Make informed career decisions 
  •  Begin the process of networking with potential employers
  •  Apply theories learned in the classroom to a real world setting
  •  Ease the transition from student to professional


  • Full-time enrollment in a CSU undergraduate program
  • At least 61 credit hours, or junior status
  • Transfer students must have at least 15 credit hours
  • Minimum GPA of 2.75
  • Student must have prior approval from academic advisor

Application Process

  • Apply through the BucCareer Network, select the Community Service, Internships & Profile tab, and submit an Enrollment Form. (If you do not have an account, register and your verified account will be approved within  2 business days.)
  • Students should have a maximum of 15 creditsin the semester they in which they are applying
  • Review the APPLE internship postings on the BucCareer Network for an internship that meets your academic and career needs 
  • Once your application has been approved, you will receive an acceptance letter and you will be registered for GNED 398 or 399
  • Your acceptance letter will direct you to the mandatory online APPLE orientation and confirm program guidelines
  • No student is permitted to accumulate hours until completion of the APPLE orientation and approval from the APPLE course director.