The Internship Office is dedicated to assisting arts and sciences students integrate their knowledge and experience through internships.
Many departments offer internship courses for students looking to gain academic credit during their internship experience. Contact Sarah Curry or your academic advisor to find out if you can receive academic credit for your internship.
Local employers are still seeking students for paid internships for the fall semester. The new career platform Handshake lists internship and job opportunities.
The Career Ready Internship Program enables the college to provide compensation and academic credit to eligible students participating in off-campus unpaid internships. Contact Sarah Curry to find out about eligibility and details.
Students who are interested in an internship but don't know where to start can set up an appointment to
discuss creating and achieving career and internship goals.
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The arts advantage
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develops leadership skills and prepares graduates for a lifetime career, not simply
their first job.
Life after college
A liberal arts degree is a sound investment and results in an employee who can communicate clearly, think critically and solve problems.