Finding an internship, job or research position doesn't have to be difficult! Below you will find resources to get you started in learning how to discover what other CNS students have done for their experiential learning experiences, how to find an opportunity, become an expert on networking, and create a professional online image.
Research shows that students who have participated in some type of experiential learning experience, such as a job or internship, are more successful at securing a full-time job after graduation. We created a guide so you can start finding a job and internship when you're ready!
Participating in research as an undergraduate student is a wonderful way to develop professional experience while also further exploring your academic interests outside the classroom. Opportunities abound for school-year or summer-break positions. In addition to speaking with your professors about opportunities that may be available, be sure to check out these resources, as well.
ScienceWorks is where it all begins for CNS students searching for jobs, internships, mentors, and career related events. It is our online job database where employers post job or internship positions and students can search for on-campus information sessions.