I saw a job posting for a company and while I am graduate student pursuing my Masters, I'm hesitant to apply for this internship because one of the requirements for this job is:
- Qualified candidates will be enrolled in a [Bachelors] program and have completed at least 60 hours towards their [Bachelors] degree.
and the title of this job specifically says "Internship" and NOT "Undergraduate Student Internship".
While it could be questionably immoral for a graduate student to apply for a job position that requires someone to be enrolling in an undergraduate program (and I could be wrong about this moral dilemma), I'm starting to feel like this job posting isn't meant for someone like me.
I'm not asking for an opinion or a lesson on ethical decisions but rather about the chances of graduate student applying for a position with undergraduate requirements. I could be overthinking this and misunderstanding this qualification listed above as something that could be a bare minimum qualification. But my mentality is that a graduate student applying for an undergraduate internship would have the same effect as a very experienced worker applying for an entry-level position, someone who is overqualified.