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Employers today are looking for internship experience – in fact, an internship is becoming an expectation.
An internship is a short-term position providing hands-on experience in your field. Most internships happen during the summer and pay $15 to $22 an hour.
Here in the Twin Cities, you’re at the center of exceptional internship opportunities in science and engineering. The college’s large alumni network and strong corporate connections lead to many internships for students in the College of Science and Engineering.
Recruiters say an internship signals that a job candidate:
An internship is a great way to answer questions about your major field.
Most students have an internship between junior and senior year. Some have an internship as early as the summer after freshman year.
The Career Center for Science and Engineering (105 Lind Hall) has complete resources for finding an internship and making it work for you.