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Uricba finding an internship

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Uricba finding an internship

  1. 1. Finding an Internship Amy Weinstein URI CBA Internship Coordinator
  2. 2. What is an internship?  A paid or unpaid job opportunity that offers you experience in your business field of interest.  Purpose of an internship is to provide you with a learning experience while you are in college to help you make more informed decisions about your future career.
  3. 3. Internship Facts:  For credit OR not for credit  Paid OR unpaid  You represent yourself AND URI AND the College of Business.  Internships are Professional opportunities.
  4. 4. Finding an Internship  Utilize internship listings  Create your own opportunity  Attend a job fair  Visit Career Services
  5. 5. Internship Listings  RhodyNet  Company websites  Internship websites (see handout for more sites) – http://www.internweb.com/ – http://www.internshipprograms.com/ – http://www.internprogram.org/ – http://www.internships-usa.com/ Other university listings
  6. 6. Create your Own Opportunity  Decide where you want to intern geographically  Make a list of relevant companies (Book of Lists great resource)  Always try to use personal contacts!  Contact companies directly – Small/mid-sized call directly – Large co. look on website
  7. 7. Job & Internship Fair Wednesday, October 24 11:00AM – 3:00PM The Ryan Center sponsored by Career Services
  8. 8. Career Services  Internship/Job Listings through RhodyNet  Walk-in Career Advising  Resume Reviews  Workshops  One-on-one personal career advising appointments  http//career.uri.edu  2nd Floor Roosevelt Hall
  9. 9. Before applying to an Internship  Make sure your resume is the best it can possibly be!  Resume reviews – through Career Services  Write a cover letter to send with resume  Polish your interview skills. Know how to talk about yourself and the information on your resume.  Be familiar with your transferable skills
  10. 10. Questions??? Amy Weinstein Internship Coordinator Room 315 Ballentine Email: awein@etal.uri.edu Phone: 874-4043 Spring Semester Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 10AM – 4PM To make an appointment call: 874-2337 or stop by the Front Desk 3rd Floor Ballentine

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