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Start thinking about your summer plans, students

February 7, 2011


It may be hard to think about summer when we are surrounded by a winter wonderland, but now is the time to start exploring—and applying for—summer opportunities.

Some internship programs start accepting applications as early as January, so it’s important to start looking earlier rather than later. Check out the Beyond Beloit Blog to see some cool examples of what your fellow students have done—from working with the political papers of Senator Robert Dole to working with children and urban agriculture in New Orleans.

If you need help finding something that fits for you, feel free to check out the Liberal Arts in Practice Center website, where you can find additional examples of competitive opportunities, information about resumes and cover letters, networking and interviewing tips, and access to My TurtleSearch—an online, free, and searchable database of opportunities.

Still looking for something else? Go to the LAPC (at the corner of College and Emerson) to check out their available resources.