Political Science Internships and Career Enrichment Network Information Session was held on Tuesday, December 7, 6:00—7:30 p.m. EST. Gregory J. Kruczek, Assistant Teaching Professor and Internship Coordinator, Department of Political Science, Mia Parise, Lead Academic Adviser, Department of Political Science, Susan Knell, Director, Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network and the Undergraduate Student Panel discussed:
- How to get an internship How to turn an internship into credits toward your Political Science degree
- How the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network can help you find an internship, prepare a cover letter and résumé, and provide funding to support your experience Internship experiences from former and current Political Science students
Attached is a short PowerPoint that includes some helpful links on the first two slides. No matter where you are at in your internship process (even if you haven’t started yet but have an interest), I would strongly encourage you to view the details on the links provided for more insight on those topics. My office, the Career Enrichment Network, is a great resource to help you get started by meeting with a Liberal Arts Career Coach and to direct you appropriately to your Academic Adviser and your specific Department that oversees your major(s). Don’t be afraid to utilize the resources available to you; we are all here to help you.
If after you have read up on the links provided and you still have questions, feel free to reach out to me and I’ll be happy to help and/or put you in touch with your department representative if applicable. The second slide in the presentation has links to the department web pages specific to the departments that were represented this afternoon. Those are also great resources if you have a major in one of those departments.
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101 Sparks Building, University Park, PA 16802
phone: (814) 865-1070
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