Economics major Ayomide Awojinrin spent the summer of 2016 working in Los Angeles as an intern for BET Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom Inc. Connect with him on LinkedIn. Talk to him at “My Summer As an Intern & How To Find Yours” (Student Panel) on Wednesday, Feb. 1, from […]Read more ›
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“At the Voinovich School, I gained real world skills that have helped prepare me for industry and academia while creating a positive impact on the world,” says Abdalah El-Barrad, a double-major in Economics and Applied Mathematics. He was an Undergraduate Research Scholar with the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public […]Read more ›
The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs is offering Undergraduate Research Scholar funded positions for the 2017-18 academic year. Students selected for these positions will work 10 hours per week, 14 weeks per semester for two semesters at the rate of $11 per hour. Scholars will be assigned to […]Read more ›
The Society of Municipal Arborists is seeking eligible students and city hosts. Option 1: 10 Week Summer Internship. Students will experience the full range of job duties of the municipal arborist/urban forester. How to Apply: Complete the 2017 Summer Internship Application Option 2: Project Based Internship. Students will work on a specific project, to be […]Read more ›
The National Institutes of Health Summer Internship Program (SIP) is now accepting applications for summer 2017. In addition to full-time biomedical research opportunities, SIP provides career development opportunities for all summer interns, including workshops, courses, journal clubs, and access to the NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education Career Services […]Read more ›
by Matt McCullough ‘17 Summer internships are a great way for Sociology & Anthropology students to spend a summer because they give students career experience and skills. Summer internships are useful for graduate school applications and for entering the job market. They can also be a way to earn money […]Read more ›
The Food Studies theme is proud to be offering its fourth semester of CAS 4911: How Food Works in the Community Internship experience. What started as a summer internship experience has now been extended into the fall and spring semesters, offering even more opportunities for students to get real, hands-on […]Read more ›