by Brandon Cornelison, UCSB Career Peer
Study Econ/Accounting? Headed into business? This workshop helped students learn how gaining an internship in this sector is a great step towards landing a financial career.
Is law school for you? This panel covered internship opportunities that will give you insight to law practice. Learn about the profession, whether it is civil, criminal, family, or patent law that interests you.
See yourself teaching science? Meet professional science educators and learn how you can get involved in internship opportunities in K-12 schools, non-profit organizations, government agencies and corporations
Are you a leader? Possess an entrepreneurial spirit? Employers spoke about their management internships and shared tips on how students can gain a competitive edge.
Thinking about teaching? Get first-hand experience in a classroom! Increase your self-knowledge and have real-world experiences to write about when you apply to teacher education, counseling, or social work!
Seeking a future in theater or art? Hear from internship sponsors in the arts about ways to get involved in the industry. Learn about the programs and the people who work with the interns on site.
Interested in a creative job in the world of business or how to gain experience/develop relevant skills? Get advice from experts about internship strategies related to marketing, advertising, or PR.
Interested in non-profits? A panel of professionals from the Santa Barbara area discuss internship opportunities in archaeology, collections, development, and fundraising.
Internships make you more competitive and support your studies. A degree alone will not land the full-time position. Read the write-ups on the workshop series; whet your appetite start on the right track.