UC San Diego SearchMenu
  • AIP Intern
  • AIP Intern
  • UCDC
  • AIP Intern

Academic Internship Program (AIP)

The Academic Internship Program offers students an opportunity to apply academic knowledge and analytical skills in professional settings while earning academic credit. While AIP is housed in Earl Warren College, it is a campus-wide program open to juniors and seniors of all majors. AIP offers:

  • Academic internships grounded in program learning outcomes and individualized student learning objectives.
  • Service learning initiatives for faculty interested in integrating a service-related internship component into the curriculum.
  • Customized partnerships with campus departments and programs interested in integrating internships with departmental requirements and/or program objectives.
  • Top notch talent for corporate and community organizations who share the AIP vision for academic internships and are committed to fostering a culture of learning.

The Academic Internship Program philosophy is shaped by the Warren College motto of Toward a Life in Balance. Our investment is in developing experiential learning opportunities that allow students to integrate academic theory and ‘real world' practice, engage in research that explores the relationship between the two, and develop the professional skills needed for success in the twenty-first century workplace.

Fall 2014 Internships

October 3, 2014
Deadline to secure an internship and submit enrollment forms

October 6 - December 12, 2014
Internship dates

See "Important Dates" for more deadlines.

Want to learn more about AIP? Attend an Orientation session!

AIP Orientations

Contact Info

Academic Internship Program
Literature Building, Room # 210
(858) 534-4355

Summer Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8 a.m. - noon &
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

8 a.m. - Noon


Mailing address:
UCSD Academic Internship Program
Mail Code 0422
La Jolla, California 92093-0422

Student Login
Employer Login


  UCDC Program


Info Session

UCDC Info Session

Monday, August 25 @ 2 pm &
Thursday, August 28 @ 2 pm
AIP Office, Literature Building, Room 210