Interested students should go to the Internship and Career Center (South Hall) for assistance in obtaining an internship. Academic credit can only be given for internships at institutions and companies outside campus.


March Family Internship Fund

The March Family Internship Fund was established to support UC Davis economics students who participate in business-related internships. Roy March, the donor to the fund and graduate of UC Davis in economics, believes in the importance of internships as career-defining and even life-changing experiences. Applicants should research internship opportunities and address their interests and qualifications through the questions listed below. Use the UC Davis Internship and Career Center (ICC) Aggie Job Link (AJL) database as a resource for finding internship postings. Applications and résumés will be reviewed and selections made by the staff of the ICC and faculty in the Department of Economics. 

March Family Internship Fund

Using Internships for Credit

Internships provide valuable experience in a particular job and potential employers get to know their employee, thus internships carry their own rewards. Students completing an Internship in Economics (ECN192) will receive upper division credit toward graduation requirements (180 unit requirement) but will not receive credit toward the Economics major. Typically 1-2 units per quarter (on rare occasion up to 4 units) are given for internship credit. There is a 6-unit cap on total credits per student (across all quarters) granted for economics internships.

To apply for an internship (after obtaining an internship offer from the employer), you need to bring to the Advising Center:

  1. a letter from the employer stating that you have been offered an internship and specifying the start/end dates and the hours per week;
  2. a completely filled out ECN92/ECN192 Internship application form (Download: ECN192 Application);
  3. CPT application for international students

Economics Internship Coordinator 

Lecturer Derek Stimel