Internship Resources

Creative Research Center

Contact: Creative Research Center Director Clint Lanier at

The Creative Research Center is particularly well equipped to support undergraduate and graduate interns in publication management, document design, multimedia production and editing, digital video composing, interactive multimedia development, and web-based communication. Additionally, the Creative Research Center provides a space for work in creative writing and literature that integrates digital text production and analysis. The Creative Research Center may be used by English Department students for work and courses tied to their internships.

For more information about the Creative Research Center, visit creative-research-center

NMSU Office of Experiential Learning, Cooperative Education & Internship Program

Contact: Dr. Jasiel Perez, the Co-op & Internship Program Coordinator in the Office of Experiential Learning, at or 575-646-4115

NMSU enjoys a national reputation for its Cooperative Education and Internship Program. The co-op/internship program is the premier experiential education program at NMSU. This educational program, administered by the NMSU Office of Experiential Learning (OEL), allows students to complete a co-op/internship experience during the fall, spring, or summer semesters and earn an official and permanent notation on their academic transcript.

For more information about the Cooperative Education & Internship Program, visit

NMSU Center for Academic Advising and Student Support, Career Advising

The Center for Academic Advising and Student Support is also now your go-to destination for Career Exploration and Career Advising. From Resume & Cover Letter Reviews to Mock Interviews & setting up your career-centric digital profiles (Handshake and LinkedIn), we're here to help.

For more information about Career Advising and to submit your resume or cover letter for virtual feedback, visit

SLOT-C Database

The SLOT-C Database (Service-Learning Opportunities in Technical Communication Database) connects nonprofits with potential projects to faculty and students who need projects to work on. It is a free outreach resource. Visit the SLOT-C Database at

SLOT-C also has a Facebook page. The Facebook page will spotlight programs, available projects, nonprofits willing to work with students (including from a distance), classes that have service-learning projects, and faculty and students working with those projects. Visit the SLOT-C Facebook page at