Internships can introduce you to real world environments and connect student experience to professional opportunities. Build your resume and portfolio, make connections, and learn about companies and organizations across the globe.
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Check out career services search engines to find internship opportunities, or talk to your academic advisor about how you can get your foot in the door.
Some majors require an internship as course credit, so be sure to discuss your program’s requirements with your advisor ahead of time to ensure your work is approved and can be accepted for credit.
Check out Harding’s Career Services for tips on applying to an internship and career preparation resources.
For students majoring in an area within the College of Business Administration, the Center for Professional Excellence seeks to help students form connections with potential employers that lead to internships, mentorships and careers. Search around on the Center's online job networking service, Handshake, to find opportunities.
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The Center for Professional Excellence will review and critique your resume for free as well as host events and workshops to help prepare you for successful employment. The center is located in the Mabee Business Building and is available to students from all areas of study.