An internship is a wonderful and effective way to connet your academic experience with the professional world of work. It allows you to gain valuable exposure to the work environment, provides an opportunity to develop your skills, and gives you an advantage in the job search process. Conducting research on or off-campus allows you to broaden your connections in academia, helps you decide on the direction you might want to pursue in graduate school, and builds up your porfolio for graduate school applications.
Find Internships and Research Opportunities
- On MUDDlink, you can find internships under "Jobs, Internships and On campus Recruiting tab"; select MUDDlink jobs and then “Internships” under Position Type. You can search your interests by keyword(s). In this same tab, you can also look under Nationwide Jobs to see those opportunities brought to you by NACElink employers.
- On MUDDlink, you can find research position posted by the career center under "More Options." Also under Quicklinks, you can link to the National Science Foundation (NSF) site to find Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU).
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Meet with a Counselor
Developing Your Own Internship
Please see us for suggestions on how to get started.
View organizations where Mudders have interned
Housing for Interns
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