Internships offer on-the-job training that will help distinguish you from the crowd of other recent college graduates on the job market.
The Center for Career Development can help you find credit-bearing and experiential internships in your chosen field of interest. And your professors can help point you to internship opportunities that match your career interests.
But sometimes all it takes is to ask. Taylor MacIntoh ’13 interned at Teucrium Trading in Vermont, where several alumni are employed. And after meeting an editor who was visiting campus, Natalie Butz ’12 spent the summer before her senior year at Folio Literary Management in New York.