Career Resources for Students
Internships are important not only to build your resume but also to learn practical skills in your field. Many employers prefer to hire graduates who have had at least one or more internships during college.
This section features links to various articles aimed at helping you find the right internship to fit your major or future career aspirations.
Once you find a potential internship or job and send in your resume and/or cover letter, if the employer is interested in hiring you the next step is meeting with them for an interview. Companies usually receive a high volume of applicants and interviewing prospective job seekers helps narrow down the search to find the right person for the job, so this section contains a few articles aimed at preparing you for that next step of the job search.