Career Path Internship (CPI) Program
Welcome to Career Path Internship! The purpose of this program is to provide opportunities for students to be employed both on and off campus as interns in positions concomitant with their academic and professional interests. This program enhances student success by employing students in their educational/career field of choice, giving them hands-on experience enhancing job readiness skills. If you are interested in participating in the CPI program please check out our drop down menu for detailed procedure.
CPI Intern of the Month
August's CPI Intern of the Month is David Munson.
This month's recipient is bringing some "POWER" to the CPI Program! David Munson is completing his final year in the Energy Systems Nuclear
Operations Technology program. David was nominated by his supervisor, Maxwell Daniels, Reactor Supervisor at the Department of Physics, Nuclear,
and Electrical Engineering. "Having Mr. Munson on as a student CPI has absolutely changed the quantity of work that our facility produces while
not compromising on quality," Maxwell Daniels stated.
David's projects have included designing and building circuitry critical to the ISU AGN-201 reactor control rods and deconstruction, analysis and research for an upgrade on the AGN-201 control console. More power to you, David!
Do you have an intern that you want to see highlighted on this page? Please submit nominations to email@example.com. Be sure to include the student's name, brief work/project description, and why they deserve to be the Career Path Intern of the Month.