Completing an internship has never been more important for a graduate seeking employment. As Engineering and Computing students, we encourage each of you to actively pursue one of the many internship opportunities available. Not only will you receive academic credits, but you will be more marketable for future employment. Many of our students have interned and have gone on to work at companies such as:
If you are a junior or senior, you need to be actively engaged in applying for and completing an internship in your chosen field.
The internship experience provides a basis for career decisions, as well as experience that will assist you in securing employment.
To begin the process, you to schedule a meeting with the CASAS advisor for Engineering and Computing to determine if you meet the qualifications for an internship. If you qualify, your CASAS advisor will complete the Predetermination Internship Evaluation Form (PIE). You advisor will give you a copy and you will take it with you to your appointment with the internship representative, Valda Rowe.
As a Liberty University student, graduate, faculty or Alumni, what we call the Liberty Community, you have exclusive access to the LU NETWORK, Liberty University’s employer relations database. LU NETWORK is more than a jobs board, it is a tool used only by the Liberty Community and employers looking for Liberty University people. This means that employers locally, nationally and around the world purposefully join LUNETWORK and post their positions for internships and full time positions – both for entry level and seasoned professionals.
We also encourage students to utilize Linkedin, Facebook, Region 2000 and other resources that are available to connect with potential employers and alumni professionals.
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