On a scale of 1 to 10, how important is an internship?
Think "10." Internships and experiential learning (learning by doing) are critical parts of the career-oriented approaches at Stevenson. These could include internships, one-credit options, clinical and field placements, capstone special projects, service learning, and research. You will have the opportunity to use the skills and knowledge acquired in the classroom and to apply them on the job. This experiential approach also helps you learn about civic engagement and life issues for the world beyond graduation.
The Office of Career Services, working closely with Stevenson faculty, helps to support the career development and life experiences you'll need to prepare as an emerging young professional. Credit internships are coordinated through academic programs of study. We also advertise over 100 non-credit internships at any given time through Stevenson Career Connections, our online recruiting tool for part-time jobs, internships, and full-time career positions. We actually encourage participation in several internships during your undergraduate career in order to build your resume and increase your competitiveness in the market.
We thought you'd like to see a sampling of some of our recent internship sites:
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