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It depends on your employment status. If you are a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident with work authorization, you may accept compensation for an internship. If you are pursuing your education under an F-1 student visa, then you must contact Marymount’s International Student Advisor to determine whether or not you may accept compensation for an internship.
Earning credit is based on the substantive nature of the internship (20 percent or less clerical) and not on compensation.
AIM is an acronym for Academic Internship Mentor a Marymount faculty assigned to work with and advise students throughout the internship experience. The AIM may be the student’s direct academic advisor or another faculty assigned by the particular academic department to advise and assist the student through his/her internship experience. Some of the duties of the AIM include approval of the selected internship, sign-off and collection of internship paperwork (agreement and evaluation forms), facilitation of internship site visits, communicating with both the student and internship site supervisor to help troubleshoot any concerns throughout the internship experience.
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