Through a successful internship students gain work experience, explore career options, develop a professional network and put theoretic knowledge into practice. The Career Services Center offers a wide variety of resources and services to help students locate an internship or collaborate with a potential employer to create their own!
- Viking CareerLink
Internship opportunities from a wide variety of companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies are listed here.
- International Opportunities
- Employers Recruiting On-Campus
- Internship & Career Fairs
Career Fairs and other special events provide students with the opportunity to talk with a wide variety of employers about internship possibilities. The Career Services Center hosts several events each quarter including three career fairs, Community Connections Internship Fair and the International Opportunities Fair. For more information, visit: Career Fairs and Special Events
- How Students Can Create Their Own Internship
- Research Employers through Viking CareerLink database
Successful job and internship searches involve research. Students can access the Viking CareerLink database to help generate ideas for developing their own job or internship search strategy. Once they have a better idea of the types of jobs, internships and/or employers that might be available, students can use their network to pursue their career goals. We strongly recommend that faculty/staff refer students to the Career Services Center to meet with a counselor to assist them in exploring and planning career search strategies.
- Online Resources
- Meet with a Counselor
- College to Career Transition
- Resumes, Cover Letters & Portfolios
- Graduate School Advising
- Law School Advising
- Pre-Healthcare Advising