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Internships are supervised, time-limited professional work experiences, focused on offering meaningful and practical work related to the student’s career interests and/or field of study. They can be full- or part-time, paid or unpaid. Many internships are eligible for credit(s) at Edmonds College.
There are many benefits to completing a successful internship. A few of the top benefits include:
There are many benefits to hiring a student eager to learn more about your business and the industry. Offering internships creates opportunities to:
An internship fair offers the opportunity to meet multiple employers with available internship openings. Meet face-to-face to discuss various companies and roles, and discuss with employers how you might fit into their organization.
Research the employers listed above, and decide which companies you would like to explore opportunities with. Create a current resume to share with employers, and dress professionally to make the best first impression.
If you need help creating or updating your resume, visit the Career Action Center Resource Room in Mountlake Terrace Hall 138. We will gladly help!
One great way to start a conversation is to introduce yourself and deliver an elevator pitch. For some tips on how to create a compelling pitch, read about 30-second introductions.
You can also approach an employer to ask questions about their business and the opportunities they have available. Prepare a list of questions ahead of time to keep from getting stuck.
This event is free and open to all students. There is no need to register. Simply come to Woodway Hall 202 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on February 5, 2020.
Our internship fair is free for employers.
Your registration includes:
There are many benefits to hiring on a student eager to learn more about your business and the industry. Offering internships creates opportunities to:
Edmonds College students are driven, hard-working, enthusiastic individuals. Whether fresh out of high school working toward a transfer or two-year degree, or experienced professionals seeking change, our students bring real-life skills and perspectives that will add value to your organization.
The fair opens to students at 10:00 am and runs until 1:00 pm on Wednesday, February 5. We ask that employers please be set up and ready by 9:45 am. The fair is located in Woodway Hall 202 on Edmonds College's main campus.
Free permitted parking will be available in Lot K. Please note that you are welcome to unload any materials at Woodway Hall before parking as the building is located a short walk away from the parking lot. Woodway Hall is number 25 on the Campus Map, and Lot K is the only area shaded red.
"Hello everyone! The Career Action Center, STEM, and MESA are hosting the Winter Internship Fair on Wednesday, February 5th from 10 am to 1 pm in Woodway 202. This is a great opportunity to connect with employers who offer internships and network with companies you're interested in. Make sure to bring resumes and dress professionally!"