INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS OFFICE NEWSLETTER
March 23, 2011
Published by the USC Career Planning & Placement Center This weekly e-mail highlights interesting internship opportunities and other important information that willaid you in securing an internship! The internships listed below are just a sampling of what is available. For complete listings of all current internships, log on to
WE’RE ON FACEBOOK & TWITTER!
The Career Planning & Placement Center is now on Facebook and Twitter. Become a fan on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@USCCareerCenter) for the latest updates on workshops, events, and jobs.
DID YOU MISS INTERNSHIP WEEK?
Were you unable to attend one of our Internship Week Panels? Visit our websitehttp://careers.usc.edu/podcasts/ to hear a podcast of each panel. View the list of employer contactinformation in the Resource Library on
WORKSHOP: SECURING AND INTERNSHIP IN-STATE AND OUT-OF-STATE
Many employers look to their interns when full-time positions become available in their company.Internships give you the chance to 'test-drive' a career. Learn how to go about finding an internship, whatqualifications or classes are necessary, and generally what to expect from the internship experience.
Theworkshop will be held on Thursday, March 31 from 12:00-1:00pm in the Trojan PresentationRoom (STU B3).
COMPANY PROFILE EVENTS
During the academic semesters, we invite employers to conduct company presentations. We stronglyrecommend that you attend these information sessions to learn about different industries andorganizations, as well as meet some of their key employees. Over the next few weeks
SoCal Edison,General Mills,
CAREER CENTER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
The Career Planning & Placement Center is offering two great summer internship programs for 2011:Dream Dollars and The Scheyer Family Scholarship.
The Dream Dollars Program
is a unique “scholarship” program for undergraduates. The USC DreamDollars Program provides stipends for USC students who receive internships with a non-profit or government organization.This program will support students hoping to gain work experience from anunpaid internship. Students will be selected through an application and interview process. All internshipsmust be a minimum of six weeks during the summer. The program provides a stipend of $1,200 for eachstudent
The Scheyer Family Scholarship
for Summer Interns
established in December of 2007, will provide anaward of $2,500 to two students enrolled in approved summer internships. Preference will be given tosophomores, juniors or seniors with demonstrated financial need. Student recipients must have a major in