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Find your college internship

Intern as a user experience designer at Gap, Inc. Work as an editorial intern at digital marketing agency, Three Ships. Transform a summer internship at EY, Goldman Sachs, PwC or KMPG into a career opportunity. At ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ, you can apply what you learn in the classroom to internships in your field of study and gain opportunities for professional networking and career guidance. Through ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ’s Student Professional Development Center, you’ll have access to resources ‚Äď career fairs, job boards, interview practice and¬†cover letter and r√©sum√© writing¬†‚Äď to gain the practical skills that will make you stand out to employers.

96%of the Class of 2023 were employed, in graduate school or doing service within nine months of graduation
95%of the Class of 2023 accepted a position related to their career goals
87%of graduates completed an internship (both for credit and not-for-credit)
Two women are discussing internship opportunities in the Student Professional Development Center.
Student Professional Development Center

Work with career advisers

The Student Professional Development Center career advisers work with students to create a customized search including networking assistance, company exploration and industry-specific job and internship sites. Our corporate and employer relations teams travel the country to build relationships with quality employers and then connect them to ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ talent through on-campus recruiting, career fairs, and job and internship posts on the¬†¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ Job Network.

Emilia Cappellett stands in front of a window that has the MLB logo and NYC on it.
Emilia Cappellett ’24

Building skills and confidence

Emilia Cappellett, an ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ women‚Äôs soccer player and sport management major, spent the summer before her senior year interning with Major League Baseball in New York City. Emilia assisted with special projects and internal communications and contributed to the MLB Moments campaign.

‚ÄúFollowing my MLB internship, I feel more confident in myself and my abilities, and I owe a lot of it to my team at MLB and everything they did for me. I cannot thank them enough.‚ÄĚ

Students, Raghu Tadepalli, the dean of the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business Trustee Dave Porter, who is also owner and managing partner of Baystate Financial, and Associate Vice President for University Advancement John Barnhill, and gather outside the recently renovated Porter Family Professional Development Center where business students can go to get internships.
Career Exploration

For credit or experience

Completing an internship isn’t a requirement for every major, however, all students have access to internship resources whether they complete one for credit or just for the experience.¬†¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ College, the College of Arts and Sciences, Martha and Spencer Love School of Business and the School of Communications all have dedicated internship and career advisers located within the schools. Internships are great for career exploration and often help students settle on a major that’s the right fit for them. Internship opportunities are also available when you study abroad or participate in one of ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ’s Study USA programs.

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Naomi Washington stands in from an NBC News NOW sign at NBC Universal Studios where she held an internship.

Achieving a dream

Journalism major Naomi Washington interned at NBCUniversal the summer after her sophomore year. Working at NBC News was a dream of Naomi’s since high school. The opportunity to work on NBC News NOW Live with Morgan Radford and Vicky Nguyen as a production assistant editing video elements for the show, showcasing her skill set and pitching ideas has impacted Naomi’s career path.

‚ÄúThe summer internship, full of unforgettable experiences, showed me parts of the industry that I didn‚Äôt know about before.¬†I have a better idea of what I want¬†to do post-graduation.‚ÄĚ

Where ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ Students Intern

Alamance Arts
American Red Cross
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Bank of America
Benjamin Moore
Bloomberg L.P.
Blumenthal Performing Arts
Bolt PR

Circle of Confusion
Comcast NBCUniversal
Creative Artists Agency
Credit Suisse
Cushman and Wakefield
Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC)
Fashion Fights Cancer
Fidelity Investments
First Citizens Bank
First National Bank
Fox Sports
Full Circle PR
Goldman Sachs
Havas Group

Imagine Entertainment
Jack Morton Worldwide
Jones Lang Lasalle
Kontoor Brands
Lippe Taylor
Los Angeles Ballet
Los Angeles Rams
Make-A-Wish Foundation|
Marine Mammal Center
Mike Tollin Productions
Modern Luxury Media
New York Post

National Foundation for Cancer Research
New York Mets
Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Red Hat, Inc
RTI International
SportsMEDIA Technology
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Madison Square Garden Company
The Walt Disney Company

Jane Ragland in a maroon sweater sits on blue chair. Jane's internship experiences at ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ landed her a job at Goldman Sachs.
Jane Ragland '23

Negotiating a full-time job

Jane Ragland graduated in May 2023 ready to begin her career at Goldman Sachs as an internal audit analyst. Jane was an economic consulting and accounting major and earned her master‚Äôs degree in accounting at ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ through the Accelerated 3+1 Business Dual-Degree Program. She completed an audit internship with KMPG the summer after her sophomore year and a credit risk analyst internship with Goldman Sachs the following summer. The hands-on experience enabled her to negotiate a full-time job at Goldman Sachs once she graduated.

‚ÄúFrom internships and research projects to study abroad, ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ offers a wealth of opportunities for students to gain practical experience and apply what they learn in¬†the classroom to real-world situations.‚ÄĚ

Javik Blake stands in the announcer's booth of the Biloxi Shuckers with home plate behind him. Javiks firsthand experiences and internship opportunities at ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ led to his full-time job announcing for the Double A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Javik Blake '23

Gaining experience early on

Journalism major Javik Blake ‚Äô23 serves as the No. 1 announcer for the Biloxi (Mississippi) Shuckers, the Double A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. During his time at ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ, Javik called more than 125 athletic contests, served as WSOE‚Äôs sports director, and completed internships with the High Point Rockers and Fond du Lac Dock Spiders. He also earned a top-10 finish in Jim Nantz Award rankings, recognizing the country‚Äôs best collegiate sports broadcasters.

‚ÄúMy experiences over the last few summers have been incredible. Getting to call baseball almost every single day was a dream, and I only got these opportunities because ¬“¬◊ ”∆Ķ prepared me for them.”