Coordinator for Student Recruitment
Coordinator for Student Retention
Coordinator for Undergraduate Programs
Coordinator for College Relations
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
- Build your resume
- Identify strengths and weaknesses
- Test the waters in a career field of interest
- Gain practical experience in a chosen career field
- Develop important career contacts in the business world
- Apply skills and knowledge learned in the classroom to actual on-the-job experience
One of the purposes of the Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources is to help you on your career path. Internships are a wonderful way to connect your academic and extracurricular interests with a career opportunity. They allow you to gain exposure to potential careers, develop professional work skills, and obtain a competitive advantage in your job search. It is never too soon to start looking for an internship.
Internships are different than regular jobs; they are explicitly designed to educate you about a particular career of field while giving you an insider’s view of the workplace in your chosen career path. Often a few months or longer in length, a variety of internships (both paid and unpaid) are available in almost every sector. Designed with students in mind, internships are often based around the semester system and are offered during the fall and spring semesters and the summer season. To learn more, explore this database consisting exclusively of internship opportunities.