Internships are an excellent way to explore the careers that you are interested in and further develop your skills. Schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor to learn more about internship opportunities!
On Campus Recruiting: Often employers will come to campus to recruit students for summer opportunities. Pay attention to emails about Professionals in Residence as these are often recruiters.
Networking: Use the Career Network, career treks, and your own network.
Faculty: Utilize faculty as resources for networking and to learn about opportunities.
Schedule an appointment with your Career Counselor to learn about additional opportunities that they may know of.
Summer research opportunities take place both on and off of our campus! If you need assistance finding opportunities off campus, please schedule an appointment with the Career Services Office.
The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning does an excellent job helping students find volunteer opportunities in our community.
Joining various organizations both on and off campus can help you to further your career development, and to network.
Working on campus, or a part-time/full-time summer job can be an excellent way to further explore different careers and gain valuable skills.