Internships play a crucial role in student professional development. They provide real-world, hands-on experience and the opportunity to network and learn from working professionals.
Whether paid or unpaid, for credit or not, internships help you build your resume, master time and resource management, assimilate the skills you develop in the classroom and — in some cases — lead to employment.
Make sure to check Handshake for open internships! If you need help in your internship search, please contact Alyssa Nastasi, Assistant Director and Internship Coordinator in the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-923-8791.
Download the 2019-2020 Student Internship Guide
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Important: No matter your major, you may apply for any internship as long as you meet the organization’s qualifications. The search filter is here to help you discover internships that may be a good fit for you. If you aren't able to find an internship with the search feature, please consider the full list of available opportunities.