Students have the opportunity to experience Washington D.C. while building their resume and college portfolio.
Career Services has a new internship program that enables students to gain work experience on campus.
U. career ambassador McKinley Rennison shares some tips to help students land a summer internship.
The staff at Career & Employment Services assist students who want to get a job or find a career.
Although some internships are unpaid, the work experience provides benefits that go well beyond a paycheck.
SLCC student Courtney Jones shares her experiences as an intern for Rep. Mia Love.
Read how Career and Student Employment Services helps students with the job search and career exploration.
SLCC students and alumni can turn to Career and Student Employment Services for job listings, career-building workshops and more.
SLCC students who want to improve their job skills before graduation can apply for an internship in Washington D.C.
Learn about Visual Art and Design major Rosalba Dominguez and how a recent internship in Washington changed her life.
Students wanting to transition into the workforce of their major may find it easier with the help of SLCC’s Career and Student Employment Services Center.
SLCC student Natalie Callahan returns from Washington, D.C. internship.