The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the landscape of the job market for everyone, including college students looking to gain experience in their respective fields. Several students applied to internships … Read More
SMU organized a career fair for students in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center on Sept. 11, 2018.
Graceley Todd woke up to her alarm at 7:45 a.m., changed into clothes suitable for a desk job and prepared for a day of unknown responsibilities. It was a daily … Read More
Real equality and diversity in the workplace can never be achieved as long as unpaid and college-credit internships continue.
Here’s a list of why people should dread the upcoming sunny months.
Natalie Yezbick, SMU 2015 alumna, currently works as a press assistant in Sen. John Cornyn’s D.C. office.
In exactly thirteen days, finals will be upon us. That means you’ll be spending countless hours in the library with countless cups of coffee wishing for summer.
“I cannot imagine a summer without going to camp,” SMU sophomore Ellen Scofield said. “An internship may be an awesome experience, but it can’t compare to the feelings you get from being a camp counselor. The rewards are incredible.”
LinkedIn allows people to discover professional opportunities, get the latest news in their career field, and build a professional identity online. W
Lauren Ford typed up press lists, organized community calendars and learned how to strategize on social media during her internship at the George W. Bush Library and Museum last fall in 2014.