For those students thinking of delaying college for a year, why not consider a productive, project-based internship related to your interests? Read about just a few of our in-person and virtual internships happening over this summer…
For a college athlete whose career interest is event planning:
A virtual internship at a data-driven technology company that is leading a sports research revolution. They are planning a major virtual event in Boston this fall.
For a sophomore college criminal justice major:
An internship at a District Courthouse with the Assistant Clerk Magistrate.
For a college junior with a double major English and studio art:
A project-based virtual internship at a national program that educates, inspires, and empowers youth through the arts and in-school performances.
For a high school junior interested in psychology and human development:
A virtual internship at a non-profit that collaborates with the Massachusetts Department of Children & Families to connect potential adoptive parents with youth waiting for adoption.
Those in the know realize that an internship is a productive way to delve into a potential college major as well as creating professional career contacts.