Internships

An internship is one type of experiential learning. It allows you to have hands-on experience in an area you are looking to explore. Internships are just one step on the path to your dream career. Get started on that pathway by meeting with one of our Internship Team Members or by exploring the resources here.

Internship Team appointments cover the whole spectrum of internship searching from getting started, to resume reviews, to searching, to interview prep. Schedule an appointment here.

The Internship Prep Program is a program specifically designed to assist undergraduate students with navigating the entire process for securing experiential learning opportunities. Find out more information about internships for credit here.

LinkedIn Learning – Mastering Common Interview Questions

Preparing for an interview can be daunting. Learn how to master the top 10 most common interview questions you’ll encounter when looking for a new job. The tips provided in this course will help you craft authentic answers that showcase …

By Alexander Ball
Alexander Ball Internship Associate / Pre-Law Advisor
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Intern Queen shares How to Avoid Getting GHOSTED in your Job Search

The Intern Queen shares her tips on How to Avoid Getting GHOSTED in Your Job Search

By Alyson Kavalukas
Alyson Kavalukas Interim Assistant Director
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10 Steps to Make a Great First Impression at Work

You’ve probably heard that first impressions are important. But what does it mean to make a good first impression at work—and how do you do it? We’ve outlined a step-by-step guide for you to get your new job or internship …

By Gabby Gartner
Gabby Gartner Internship Associate
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The 10 Best Job Search Sites

Job search sites pull job postings from all over the internet and consolidate them into one searchable place. Which is the right one for you?

By November 19, 2021

It’s no secret that job hunting can be overwhelming. …

By Gabby Gartner
Gabby Gartner Internship Associate
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How first-generation college students should find internships and entry-level jobs

First-generation college and university students in the United States are defined as those whose parents did not attend college. According to Wikipedia, first-generation college students tend to be older, come from families with lower incomes, attend college part-time, live off-campus, …

By Steven Rothberg - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. Each year, we help more than 3 million students and recent grads find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs requiring 0-3 years of experience.
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