KLINGLER COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES INTERNSHIP OFFICE
The Arts and Sciences Internship Office at Marquette University is dedicated to helping students in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences integrate their knowledge and experience through internships. The College has a broad range of students with diverse academic interests and strong skill sets, including: creative thinking, critical analysis, written and verbal communication, and leadership. Our office advises and supports students through the internship search process so they are equipped to find positions that fit their educational and professional goals and prepare them for successful future careers.
Whether you are a student hoping to secure practical work experience or an employer who would like to connect with Marquette's Arts and Sciences students, we encourage you to explore our website for more information. Students will find helpful advice and tools under our "Student Resources" link. Employers can find out about how to post internship opportunities by clicking on our "For Employers" link. Both students and employers should check out our Career Ready Internship Program. This program was generously funded by a grant from the Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates, which was awarded to the College in 2015. It is designed to provide monetary support to students with financial need, allowing them to gain valuable work experience in otherwise unpaid internship positions. Explore the links above to see if you are eligible to participate.
If you have any questions, please contact our Arts and Sciences Internship Coordinator, Sarah Curry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-288-4434.
We are currently accepting applications for the Career Ready Internship Program for the Spring 2018 term. Find out whether you qualify, and apply today.
STORIES FROM OUR CAREER READY INTERNS:
Find out more about how our Career Ready Interns are putting their Arts & Sciences training to work, making a difference and earning valuable job experience in "On the Job."