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"Internships are another increasingly common form of experiential learning. The idea is to provide students with direct experience in a work setting--usually related to their career interests--and give them the benefit of supervision and coaching from professionals in the field. If the internship is taken for course credit, students complete a project or paper that is approved by a faculty member" (Kuh).
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