Internship & Career Events, Fall 2011

Interested in working in the government? Come to this three part program designed to help students determine what they need to do to find a government internship.

Interning in the Government
Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Living in D.C.
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Student Union 316
Presented by a UConn Alum, students can learn all they need to know about living in DC for an internship.

Making a Federal Résumé
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Student Union 318
Learn how to make your résumé meet the federal résumé criteria.

Employer Panel and Information Exchange
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Student Union Ballroom
Listen to internship program coordinators explain what students need to know and do to apply for government internships.  The panel will be followed by an information exchange for more personalized conversations.

**Panelists will include representatives from the following programs: CT Legislative Internship Program, CT Secretary of State, CT Judicial Internship Program, The Washington Center and The Honors Internship Program.

University of Connecticut Career Services.

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science and Career Services.

Other Presentations
You might also be interested in our other internship
presentations this semester.

Five Steps to Finding an Internship:  CLAS Students

Careers in Student Affairs


Interning in Sales:  A Non-Retail Perspective

Five Steps to Finding an Internship:  Third and Fourth Year Students

Five Steps to Finding an Internship:  First and Second Year Students


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