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Internships in the Fulton School of Liberal Arts
Did you know?
“My internship with WBOC allowed me to add to my portfolio, make meaningful conversations with people in the industry and gave me immense insight in deciding what I want to do when I graduate.” ~Abigail Brennan: WBOC 16, Salisbury, MD
Did you know that 74% of employers would recommend a liberal education to young people they know? i
And that nearly three in four business leaders believe that being well-rounded is more important than industry-specific skills? ii
Internships equip you with the intellectual and practical skills required for your successful entry into a globally driven, knowledge-based economy. Liberal arts majors are especially well-suited for internships given the shared emphasis across the humanities on acquiring a dynamic skills-set that embraces and engages complexity in all of its forms.
What are the benefits?
Bridge the gap between your undergraduate education and future career path(s)
Gain real-world professional experience and meet mentors
Connect what you have learned in the classroom to your life beyond SU
“Former business executive Jack Welch once said, ‘Control your own destiny or someone else will.’ This statement stuck with me during and after my internship with Lindenmeyr Munroe. I realized that it was up to me to pursue my career aspirations rather than letting someone control my future.” ~ Michael Piccirilli: Lindenmeyr Munroe Intern (Hanover, MD)
How do I sign up?
The five paths below provide a wealth of opportunities to all SU students interested in participating in an internship experience.
Spanish major Johnita Dickerson tutoring students at Bennett Middle School
Through Fulton Departments: Contact your major or minor academic department to speak to the department’s internship coordinator. The coordinator can help you plan your first steps and guide you through the process. You may wish to speak to your academic advisor as well in order to see how an internship will best fit into your progress toward graduation.
Through the Fulton Global Internships Project: If you are considering an internship abroad, this is your first stop. Salisbury University partners with the organization Global Experiences to send students abroad for their work experience. Contact Darrell Mullins to discuss the many exciting destination countries included in this initiative.
Through The Washington Center (TWC): Immerse yourself in the vibrant city of Washington, D.C. by spending a semester or summer at the prestigious Washington Center. Salisbury University partners with TWC, and the state of Maryland provides dedicated funding in the form of a grant for in-state students to attend. Contact Louise Detwiler for more information. Visit www.twc.edu to discover all that TWC has to offer.
Through Career Services: Career Services has many resources available to assist students in the process of becoming career-ready. Among these resources is an internship booklet and links to available internships. The highly trained staff here are dedicated to helping you find a great match for your internship experience. Visit The Career Services Internship page to find out more.
Through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (NLA): If you are interested in becoming a certified nonprofit professional, this is the program for you. Salisbury University partners with the nationally recognized Nonprofit Leadership Alliance organization in order to offer the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential to its undergraduates. Requirements include internships. Contact Carolina Bown for details about this unique opportunity.
i AAC&U, “It Takes More Than A Major,” Washington, D.C.: 2013.
ii “Innovation Imperative: Enhancing Higher Education Outcomes,” Northeastern University/FTI Consulting, Aug. 16-28, 2013.