STEM-H Internships

Glenda Kodaseet,, Communication and Outreach Specialist in the R2S2 program, works with Sarah Clawson,, Career Services Manager, in connecting students to internship opportunities within STEM-H fields of study. Additionally, students are encouraged to sign-up for:

Benefits of an Internship

  1. Possible college credits
  2. Some internships are paid
  3. You might find your future job
  4. Career exploration … is it the right field for you?
  5. Build your experience, confidence, and resume
  6. Find role models and network to help guide you
  7. Improve your starting salary after college
  8. Identify what your career field is looking for in an employee and learn how you can become marketable
  9. Put your skills to the test and learn new skills
  10. Meet peers with similar interests

Next Steps

  • Select a career field of interest (please see Career Services if you are unclear of your career interest).
  • Work on résumé/cover letter for the internship application with Sarah Clawson,, in Career Services. 

You have an internship, now what?

  • Be appreciative for the opportunity and arrive on time
  • Be accountable and eager/willing to help
  • Network and find a mentor
  • Work hard and learn as much as you can

For questions on internships in STEM-H fields of study, email