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Finding an internship

Finding an internship that best suits your particular talents and educational background can be an exciting, intriguing and sometimes perplexing journey. As an Arts and Sciences student, your degree can open doors to a variety of career paths and positions--including some that may not be obvious to you at first glance. Explore these internal and external internship search engines to find a variety of internships that will ignite your passion and give you an opportunity to gain valuable job experiences.

Preparing to Apply

After finding internships that are relative to your career plans, be sure to take advantage of several campus resources to fine tune your application documents and prepare for your interview(s). The Career Services Center provides numerous online handouts that can help you get started on drafting your resumé and cover letters. They also offer one-on-one sessions for reviewing those documents, and provide mock interviews.

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Questions or comments about internships in the College of Arts and Sciences? Contact our internship coordinator:

Sarah Curry
Internship Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences
(414) 288-4434