Internships, Externships, and Service Learning Support

Our Role

The Brewer Center works with faculty that require service learning for their course. Many times, this service learning requirement is referred to as an internship or an externship. The Center works with faculty and their students to pair them with a community partner (mainly a non-profit) to complete their requirement. In addition to the pairing process, the Center assists students in completing required paperwork (which is an all online process) prior to beginning their service (i.e. CORI forms, Student Intern Forms, etc.)

After you sign up with a course that lists an internship required component, please feel free to reach out to us so that we can assist you.

Looking for an internship for additional experience? Please contact Career Services for their expertise.

Community Partner Pairing

The Center works to build relationships with community partners throughout Massachusetts and limited areas in New Hampshire. We have conversations with partners to assess their needs and see how our MWCC students can best assist them, while also fostering a robust experience for the student’s professional development. Currently, we have worked with 147 different partners and continue to expand to meet community and student needs.

Give Pulse

Give Pulse is our online software that assists students in tracking their hours they complete. Whether it is an internship experience, volunteering, or a group dedicating hours for their club, Give Pulse is the place to track! Give Pulse trainings are offered to anyone that requests them. Please read more on tracking hours and Give Pulse here.

Support Received During the Semester

In addition to preparing the student with paperwork, pairing them with a site, and Give Pulse, the Center works to support the student throughout the semester. From Give Pulse issues to ideas students have that they want to assist their site with, the Center is here to provide support for the student’s experience.


Looking to volunteer with us? Please read more on volunteering either for yourself or a club here.


Need additional info? Please contact us.

The Brewer Center