As the cold sets in, summer might feel extremely far away. However, for those interested in competitive summer internships, now is the time to begin preparing.
Roxanne Malé-Brun, director of grant development and projects, is hosting a workshop called “How to Find and Apply for Summer Internships.” Two sessions will be offered on Wednesday, Nov. 30, one from 12-1 p.m. and a repeat session from 6-7 p.m. Another repeat session will be offered on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 2-3 p.m. The workshops will be held in Baker 231. The event is designed to help students make connections with professors on other campuses and to provide students a space to think through what it is that they might like to do.
Discussing the workshop last year, Malé-Brun said, “The college experience is about recognizing what you’re good at, but also exploring what you’re passionate about, and becoming good at what you’re passionate about. That’s what research internships are all about: test driving something. Trying something because you have an interest in it.”
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