Experience is an excellent teacher, and internships are one way to help you explore possible career paths and to gain valuable experience in your field of study. JSC students have interned in Vermont and all over the country, from Walt Disney World in Florida to Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy’s office in Washington, D.C.
Internships are a great way to learn. They provide a short-term, supervised opportunity to work in a particular field. Some are paid by the hour or offer a stipend; others are unpaid or offer the option of academic credit. They have structured learning goals, provide you with regular mentorship and can strengthen your resume, giving you a real advantage when you’re ready to look for a full-time job.
The Advising & Career Center provides a variety of resources and support to help you find an internship.
To get started, explore these links:
For more information, contact the Advising & Career Center at 802-635-1257.