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Internships & Career-building opportunities:

Getting an internship while you are student can help you in so many ways! Not only will you apply the skills you are learning in the classroom but you will also learn what work environments are the right fit for you.

Internships can take many forms -part-time or full-time, single or repeat experiences, paid or unpaid. Due to this, it's understandable that there is confusion about the difference between an internship, part-time job, or volunteering. An internship should apply what you have learned in the classroom to a professional setting and, as a result, you'll gain skills, and/or in-depth knowledge of a particular industry.

Students: Explore opportunities by clicking the link below or make an appointment with the internship coordinator to make the most of your university experience and prepare for your professional future! 






Join us to learn about career-related topics and internship opportunities. The events are specifically designed for STEM undergraduate students, but all are welcome. Visit the event page for more details on upcoming events.

Internship help

The internship coordinator is available to help with any internship-related questions you may have including resume and cover letter assistance, help finding opportunities, identifying ways for you to earn meaningful credit for your internship, providing resources and support, and more! Drop-in during office hours or make an appointment at a time that works for you.

Office Hours:                                                                                                Schedule an Appointment:

Thursday 12-1pm                                                                              

Meeting ID: 931 6868 7484

Password: CMES4INT

You can also email quick questions to

Last Updated: 1/6/21