The term “internship” loosely refers to a part-time or temporary position (whether paid or unpaid, for academic credit or not) that entails some relevent professional experience. The positive and exciting educational opportunities inherent in an internship stand on their own. In terms of visualized learning, internships provide a low-risk and limited-cost vantage point from which to preview a general class of careers.
The Center for Career Development hosted its Annual Etiquette Dinner for Seniors on November 14.
Robert Alexander ’88 didn’t realize, when he was working on his senior thesis at Washington College, that he was actually writing the business plan for a $25 million business. But that’s how it turned out.
International Banker Raghavan Seetharaman, Group CEO of Doha Bank, will talk about corporate leadership, accountability and ethics.”