Intern Spotlight: Troy Chadwick ’12

Troy Chadwick, Senior (May 2012) Major: Integrated Science & Business Minor: Forensic Science Internship: Special Agent Intern with the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigations How did you find out about the internship? What interested you in the internship? I started my search for an internship in the fall of 2010. The entire … Continue reading

Alumni: Your Internship Advantage

The value of networking in the search for an internship cannot be overestimated. Whether it’s finding out about an internship through an established professional relationship or creating an internship by connecting with a new professional contact, networking should be a component of a successful search process. With homecoming upon us, let’s focus on a key … Continue reading

Internships for Psychology Students

Psychology is a popular field to study and it can lead students down a variety of career paths. For some, studying psychology simply lays the foundation for work outside of the human services realm. For others, pursuing a career the human/social services field is the goal. For those pursuing a career in psychology, graduate school … Continue reading

Being an Intern Change Agent

One of the exciting things about an internship is the possibility of one of your ideas being implemented by the organization you’re working for. This is a great accomplishment for an intern – You leave your mark on the organization and have an outstanding achievement to highlight on your resume. Employers gain, too. For them, … Continue reading

Intern Spotlight: Andrew Minster ’13

Andrew Minster, Sophomore (May 2013) Major: Entrepreneurship Minor: Athletic Coaching Internship: Management Internship with Student Painters (Young Entrepreneurs Across America) How did you find out about this internship? What interested you in the position? I found out about Student Painters through an email that was sent to students to [invite them] to an information meeting … Continue reading