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Careers and Internships

Here at the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, we launch careers from every stage. Each of our programs has built-in opportunities for experiential learning - from internships to research. To tackle the world’s most pressing needs and technological challenges, we will need to think critically from a HUMAN context - something you will be trained on in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences fields.

The demand for “human skills” will grow across all job sectors, including critical thinking, social perceptiveness, complex problem solving, communication, writing, and cultural awareness. We encourage students to seek opportunities to build their resumes inside and outside the classroom.

Out of 88% of respondents, a student completing an internship at their organization was the most influential factor in their hiring decision. - Job Outlook Report from the National Association of Colleges & Employers (2022)

Have questions? Schedule an appointment. 

Interested in posting an internship for our students?

Each of our majors and minors have unique qualities that are an asset to a variety of internships and/or careers. Contact Nicole McDavid for assistance.

Nicole McDavid

Ms. Nicole McDavid

Internship & Career Coordinator

 Morton Hall 234

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Resources for Careers and Internships

Visit your program of study for specific information on internship and co-op positions within your degree program and how to apply. We encourage students to look in the semester course menu for Internship Course placement opportunities.

Utilize the resources and workshops within the Office of Career Services. You can seek out assistance for resume building and review or interview preparation. Career Services also has an employment, internship, and co-op opportunities database.