Environmental science major conducts critical invasive species research
Why Pursue an Internship?
No matter what your professional interests, gaining experience outside the classroom will help you explore careers, build skills, and develop your professional network.
At Clark, internships can be paid or taken for academic credit. Clark’s Career Connections Center can help you identify internships and jobs, connect with alumni, and more.
Research by more than 100 undergraduates will be featured online May 19
On-campus employment provides career-building skills, real-world experience
Connecting with Alumni for Internships
When Isaac Stone ’19 was applying for a summer internship at the Ceres environmental advocacy group, he used our ClarkCONNECT networking program to reach out to an alumna who worked there. That connection helped him land the role — and gain a mentor. Learn more about ClarkCONNECT and other resources available through Clark’s Career Connections Center.