What We Do
We do everything we can to help you find a great internship. This academic year, 358 students from 26 academic disciplines participated in credit-bearing internships in the fine arts, non-profits, education, government, and business.
Summer Internships - Some important considerations ................................. Watch your deadlines. Make sure you know when you have to have your applications in. Don't give up! While many internship deadlines have passed, many more positions are being posted every day. Keep searching the databases, talking with your network, etc. Have a Plan B, C, and D. Do not count on just getting that one great internship. Apply to many positions, and be prepared to consider less ideal options. It is better to have a good experience this summer than none at all. Ask for assistance in your search. Make an appointment with the Internship Director to brainstorm ideas and strategies for finding that cool opportunity.
Institute For Global Citizenship Annual Celebration ................................... Tuesday April 8th, 4:30 - 6:30, Kagin Commons. Join us as we recognize the wonderful work and learning of students as they engage the world around them through internships, service, study away, Live-it Fund, and other IGC programming. We will also feature presentations by the winners of the Global Citizenship Student Award. A great event. Details soon.
Interested in working for the Federal Government?
Are you interested in learning how to create a strong federal resume? Below are some useful tips on how to strengthen your resume when applying for federal jobs.