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Internships

 

Internships are a great way to develop professional skills that employers are looking for, and put your liberal arts skills into action in a real-world setting.  An internship is different than a job because the experience includes learning goals and reflection in order to enhance academic knowledge.  According to the annual survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), employers prefer to hire candidates who have relevant experience.  These experiences also will help you to:

• Determine if a career is a good fit, or explore a specific field of interest
• Obtain practical experience to enhance a resume and improve skills
• Supplement theoretical learning with practical applications
• Develop a network of professionals in a student's field of interest

The Hubbard Center encourages all students to complete at least two internships during their time at DePauw. These experiences can be part or full-time, paid or unpaid.  Internships can count for 1 Extended Studies Credit and take place during Winter Term, May Term, the summer, or even during a semester in conjunction with an academic component.

To learn more, visit the Hubbard Center of Student Engagement or e-mail our Coordinator of Employer Relations & Internships.


Your Options

Summer Internships

Summer Internship Grant Program

Short-Term Internships

Semester Internship

International Internships

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