9 December 2021 from 13:15 to 15:00Stage

Workshop 'Goalsetting for your internship'

An internship is a great opportunity to learn many new things and develop yourself in a different way than you would in class. Your own learning process is the main focus during your internship, but this also means you have to take the lead in this process. What would you like to learn during your internship and how would you go about it? This workshop helps you to answer these questions. After all, the better you gain insight into this before you start your internship, the more valuable your internship will be!

This workshop is meant for bachelor students who are about to start their internship and want to get the most out of it. We will start with identifying your expectations and motivation for your internship, as to then analyse which possibilities the internship could offer and what your own wishes are. Finally we will apply these insights to several concrete learning objectives and help you to make them workable by using the SMART method. Before you know it, you will have written a big part of your internship work plan.

You can participate before or after you have found an internship, but always before you write your internship work plan.

For whom: Bachelor’s students of the Faculty of Humanities who have found an internship or are in the process of looking for one, and have not yet written their internship work plan.

Language: English or Dutch (depending on the group)

Provided by: a member of Team Careers Orientation Humanities (Feline van den Boogerd, Karen Schoutsen or Bart Mijland)


  • You can participate for free.
  • Please be aware that there is a limited amount of participants and registration (and cancelling in case you are unable to attend) is mandatory. Registration for this event opens beginning of September.
  • This workshop is part of workshop series. This means the workshop is offered several times per block.


Start date and time
9 December 2021 13:15
End date and time
9 December 2021 15:00
More information
Karen Schoutsen (k.e.schoutsen@uu.nl)