It's not too late to find a summer internship!
There are still many internship opportunities available, but time is running out. An internship is a great learning experience, a good resume builder, and a chance to see the actual work in your field of interest.
The summer is a great time to devote your energy to a hands-on learning experience outside of the classroom. Internships are an opportunity to apply all the knowledge you’ve learned throughout the year in a real world setting. And while summer is quickly approaching, there’s still time to arrange a great summer internship experience. Here are a couple examples of excellent prospects still open; for more information on these positions or to see other opportunities, visit www.careercenterjobs.org:
Be a fiscal intern at Impact NW! Working at this non-profit for the summer means gaining valuable experience with technical writing, business management, Human Resources, and more. Work on professional projects from start to finish, and even develop the timeline for the project. In addition to these tasks, interview and work with professionals in the field on projects.
The Regence group is looking for Corporate Social Responsibility Interns over the summer. Work towards improving healthcare and sustainability with a team of professionals. For those wanting to make a difference, this internship offers a chance to assist in executing strategic plans, analyzing reports and evaluations of programs, and even drafting recommendations for further sustainable efforts.
Teach or co-teach science, technology, engineering, and math to kids this summer at the Saturday Academy. This paid internship lets you plan activities, develop classes, and then you take on the role of instructor. Outside of the classes, you can plan conferences, recruit workshop presenters, conduct outreach activities as just a few of the internship responsibilities.
There are still many other internship opportunities available, but time is running out. An internship is a great learning experience, a good resume builder, and a chance to see the actual work in your field of interest. The Career Development Center is open through the summer, so if you need help at any stage of your summer internship or to plan ahead for an internship in the fall come by Chapman Hall or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Career Development Center (email@example.com) on May 7, 2012 at 2:31 PM
Edited by Rachael Burbank (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Jun 13, 2012 at 9:36 AM