The classroom environment can and will never be able to provide students with the complexities, problem analysis and solving involved in the real world, that is why students are sent to work in a establishment related to their field of study to have hands-on learning and be prepared in their future career choice (D’Abate et al., 2009). Interns would learn a craft as an entry into skilled fields (Sides ;Mrvica, 2007). The process entailed learning the skills needed to create a product or perform a service and conduct business. During the middle ages, serfs and indentured people bought their freedom through apprenticeships in crafts and trade professions thus helping in the rise of the middle class. In the United States of America, internships were seen as militating against their new found democracy and they seem not give essential knowledge and considering abilities that were required within the advanced industry. The 20th century saw a refocus on internships in which studentscombined classroom learning with work environment application to increase student learning and performance (Walker II, 2011).