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Explore your interests
Start early. Dedicate at least 2 hours a week starting in the fall. Everyday is an interview.
Visit Career Services. We can help you think about, find, and connect with opportunities and people. Read more about what we accomplished in 2016-2017 here.
Build your resume and LinkedIn. You cannot apply or successfully network without these.
Get involved. Attend networking events, and network on your own. Who knows you matters.
Be persistent. You are likely to face rejection in this process, but don’t let that deter you. Apply and network until you officially accept the offer. And then network once you start.
SECURE YOUR INTERNSHIP & EMPLOYMENT
Internships matter. Of the Class of 2017, 77% who completed at least two internships graduated with their primary destination compared to only 53% who completed one or none.
Build your narrative and network. Internships build skills, experiences, and professional narratives and provide students the opportunity to gain professional skills, experiences, and connections. (FAQs.)
Meet expectations. Employers and graduate programs need candidates who have relevant experiences. Wabash College offers funded internship programs, and we assist all students with all their searches. Wabash-funded internship programs are posted in WabashWorks each January.
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