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So, You Need an Internship to Graduate…

Below is a handy table of all the undergraduate majors in the School of Public Health. It is color-coded based on full-time, part-time, or optional internship requirements*. For many of these majors, there will be a required internship of some sort standing between you and adult responsibility. (Note: Click image […]

How to find an Internship!

One of the best feelings when putting pen to paper is drawing a simple check mark next to an item on your to do list. It is as if these two strokes of pen are like weights being lifted off your shoulders. The one item that has remained unchecked on […]

Internship Spotlight: Winter Meetings

Every year, students in the School of Public Health search for internships that best prepare them for their career paths and suit their personal interests.  Sounds difficult and nearly impossible, right? Fortunately, that doesn’t always have to be the case. I was lucky enough to find an internship this past […]

Creating Bonds Throughout Your Internship

By: Melissa Gohde You made it through the tough part: getting the internship. Starting out is always exciting! An opportunity to network with professionals in the industry, learn all about the company you’re interning for, begin new projects, start to build your resume, and gain experience in a field you […]

Help: I Need an Internship!

You have finally made it to senior year.  You are past the agonizingly painful courses that you were convinced had nothing to do with your major, and you are on the homestretch to graduation! But wait a second, through all the late night studying, tailgate parties, and plans for a […]

Find Your Passion

by Kaleigh Bacher “Find something you are passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it.” -Julia Child Using Julia Child’s advice, I have been able to create a couple of unique internships for myself. I was hired as a summer intern for two companies, the Indiana ICE, a hockey team […]