Career Services & Internships
Career counseling and career development services, self-assessments, workshops, presentations for academic departments, career fairs, and mock interviews, in addition to other services.
Funding from the Arts and Letters Summer Internship Program (ALSIP) is available to rising sophomores and juniors enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters. Internships may be paid or unpaid - and in any industry or geographical location.
Wrappe Family Summer Internship Grant
The Wrappe Family Grant supports summer internships of rising seniors (current juniors) who will be partaking in a summer internship. This grant is intended to offset the costs associated with accepting internships; applicants can receive up to $5,000 dollars. Learn more. Download the Wrappe internship application.
Students are encouraged to seek out an internship after their second year of study. Internships are encouraged during the summer, but may also substitute for credit towards a degree. Please contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Emily Beck and your advisor to enroll. Download the internship form.
GCS endeavors to engage, develop and empower graduate students in pursuit of their career and professional development goals as the next generation of global innovators, educators, and leaders.
Many opportunities exist. The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA) provides funding and services to graduate students in the College of Arts and Letters to enhance their development as scholars, researchers, and future faculty.