Many years ago, with more eager reporters than newspapers to employ them, I had to find my own internship before I could receive that much-wanted journalism degree. It was a lovely bit of stress I didn’t need at the time. Fortunately, for you, Macomb’s Career Services is here to help.
It holds internship workshops throughout the year to help students understand the benefits of on-the-job experience (preferred by most employers) and find the internship that’s right for them.
Take advantage of this valuable service! See for yourself and attend the next internship workshop on Thursday, May 4, 2 to 3:30 p.m., in G309, South Campus. Contact Career Services, 586.445.7321 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
And, trust me, it will be time well spent. I would have traded in my typewriter if someone had helped me nail down my internship. It ended up being a great one, though, in a university news bureau, where I learned that journalism wasn’t just about newspapers.