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Landing the right job or internship is a process, and locating lots of available opportunities is the first step. We have the resources to make your search easier.
Job and Internship Resources
• Hilltop Careers - Tap into our job and internship website to explore the full-time and part-time opportunities. Hilltop Careers is available to students and alumni for life!
• Recommended Job and Internship Search List - Use this list to jumpstart your search and find your next opportunity.
• National Summer Research Opportunities - Check out our recommendations for summer research opportunities offered at some of the most prestigious schools in the country.
• Reference USA Job & Internship Database - Thanks to our friends at the Munday Library, students and alumni now have access to this phenomenal resource of jobs and internships. You will need to log in using your SEU Login and Password. Simply click on U.S. Jobs/Internships, and start searching for your next opportunity!
Specialty Internship Programs
The Washington Center - Spend the fall, spring or summer in Washington, DC, participating in internships and academic courses.
Community Internship Programs - Participate in a paid internships with a local nonprofit organization. Available to students eligible to receive federal work-study funds in the fall and spring semesters as well as available to all students in the summer.
Summer Intern Abroad Programs - Experience working and living in another culture with a summer internship abroad. Learn about international internships that connect with your career goals.
Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) - Paid internships with federal and corporate organizations (housing included) for the summer. You do not have to be Hispanic to apply.
Summer 2020 i4 Internship Program for NSCI Students
- The Institute for Interdisciplinary Science (i4) was established in part to provide summer support for undergraduate STEM students to work as paid interns at cross-sector partners. These in-workplace training opportunities are designed to expand the preparation of STEM students as they engage in research and development (R&D) projects in a high-paced and competitive setting. Additionally, these experiences allow students to learn about the professional expectations from an employer regarding job responsibilities, firm deadlines, budgetary constraints, and business management in addition to a wide range of technical knowledge needed for particular R&D project.
APPLICATIONS: Will be accepted beginning in the Fall 2019. Finalists will be selected for interviews with potential employers in February 2020. Final decisions will be made in March 2020. i4 will also begin publicizing “i4 mission related” internships for NSCI students in Fall 2019 via Canvas to apply through Handshake.If you have any questions please contact the i4 Program Coordinator, Wilbert King, at wking [at] stedwards.edu or email the Institute for Interdisciplinary Science (i4) at i4_institute [at] stedwards.edu. Also for more information about i4 and student funding opportunities please visit us on the web at http://bit.ly/i4Funding. We look forward to working with our NSCI students through our partnership with Career and Professional Development and with our industry employer/partners.