Internships allow students or trainees to work for an organization with or without pay, in order to gain hands-on work experience or satisfy educational requirements. An internship can be part-time or full-time and varies in timing (most common are summer internships). For the past 10 years or so, many top organizations have made a push to revamp “the internship program/experience”, focusing more on practical, hands-on work and less on mundane administrative tasks. This push has increased students’ interest and excitement in seeking out and completing internships: since the work closely resembles what they hope to do, post-grad.
Studies show employers are more likely to hire someone with internship/work experience over someone with no internship/work experience. Overall, an internship lays the foundation for the start of your career. Learn More
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These are positions often offered to candidates with 0-2 years of experience. These roles are usually slightly more advanced than those of an intern. Entry-level job titles usually include the following: analyst, associate, coordinator, staff, etc. Companies love to hire recent college graduates for these positions! Take some time to review the below resources as you prepare for your job search.
Use the below links to search and apply for positions.*
*You can also search for an internship/entry-level position through your school’s job board and/or career services center.