Sara Beth Mumbauer
Quote: I think my most significant learning experience will be getting to have discussions with people that are directly affected by the policies of different states and the federal government.
Our goal at EMU is to place students in internships that matter. Whether your goal is to further explore your potential career field, have a unique summer experience, or find a job post-graduation, our faculty will work with you to find the right internship fit.
EMU provides a wide variety of internship opportunities in every program. Some majors have internships built into their curriculum. 83% of EMU’s business and leadership internships in 2019 resulted in full-time job offers upon graduation.
At EMU, you learn by doing. In-the-field learning is required in most programs of study
Looking to expand your horizons even further? EMU’s Washington Community Scholar’s Center is designed to place students in semester-long internships in the DC area, expanding learning opportunities while still fitting into EMU’s curriculum requirements. You can stay on track for graduation while spending a semester interning at organizations such as the DC Office of the Attorney General and The Smithsonian. Your time in DC can even count as your intercultural experience.
Not sure where to start? Try EMU’s job/internship search and interview preparation, with resources on job hunting, internships opportunities, and interview preparation assistance.