Participating in an internship is an important part of your undergraduate experience. Click on the tiles below to learn why.

An internship allows you to apply the skills you’re learning in the classroom, like problem solving, communication, and leadership, making you a more competitive candidate when you enter the job market.

It’s all about who you know. An internship can help you build relationships with leaders in your chosen field of interest or industry, making it easier to get a job when you graduate.

Wondering what career path is best for you? An internship will give you a chance to experience various roles and industries, so you can be confident that you’re making the right choices.

An internship provides relevant experience that will help your resume stand out to employers and increase your chances of getting hired for your dream job down the road.

Sometimes it’s difficult to stand out from the crowd. An internship can get you in to some of the most sought-after organizations—and many interns go on to get hired for full-time roles when they graduate!

With the help of a mentor, you’ll grow as a student and professional and get the encouragement and guidance you need to succeed at your internship (and beyond!).


Visit the Student Internship Profiles page to learn more about the benefits of doing an Arts & Humanities internship!