Baldwin Wallace students complete hundreds of internships locally and nationally each year.
It is recommended a student complete three or more internships while in college.
Nomininate students for Outstanding Intern Awards
Annual Career & Internship Expo
Friday, February 27 - 10 am to 2 pm - Lou Higgins Recreation Center
The Career & Internship Expo is a dynamic networking and talent sourcing event designed to connect Baldwin Wallace University students with employers.
For questions, contact Kristi Reklinski at 440.826.2102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What is an internship?
An internship is a structured learning experience in a work setting that gives students the opportunity to learn about a career interest and gain valuable knowledge and experience in a particular field.
In an internship, students work as employees, but the purpose is to receive mentoring, supervision, and training.
Internships are designed to assist students in the career exploration process to determine if that career matches their interests and skills.
Value of Internships:
- Test potential career paths
- Develop professional skills
- Explore and clarify majors
- Establish a professional network
- Increase marketability
Students interested in seeking internships are encouraged to call 440.826.2101 or visit the office, Room 101 Bonds, to schedule an appointment with a Career Advisor.
For questions, contact Jill Carson at 440.826.2103 or email@example.com.
Sampling of 2013-2014 Internship Sites