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Internship Resources

Students are highly encouraged to pursue internships throughout their academic program. Internships can be done for credit or not for credit. (Qualifying students wishing to secure an internship for credit must fill out an Internship 493 Form available from the Registrar.)

Internships help students to:

  • Confirm direction
  • Build their resume
  • Gain experience
  • Hone skills
  • Increase employment options

Career Development can assist students in their search for internships and help prepare them for the experience. There are a number of great digital and print sources available from Career Development.

Jobs and internships are posted on Geneva Job Link.

Opportunities in Western Pennsylvania are available via the Regional Internship Center at www.theregionalinternshipcenter.org.

For Sports Marketing and Management internships, the Career Development Center subscribes to the Work in Sports website.

Other internship opportunities are located in the Career Development Resource Library, including

  • Vault Top Internships
  • employer directories from past WestPACS fairs
  • resources for specific interest areas like Media, Law and Public Policy, Community and Social Service Agencies, History, and Sports

 

Summer Intern Housing


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Helpful Tips


To begin thinking about internships, read over the Internship Tips document and schedule an appointment with Career Development’s Internship Coordinator.

Click here to open up the Internship Tips document.



 

Point of Excellence

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COMMUNITY
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Theology professor and author Dr. Vincent Bacote to visit Geneva
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