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100 Internships HBCU Students Must Explore for 2014
It is that time of year when employers visit college campuses for job fairs hosted by college career centers to recruit a new crop of potential interns.
If you are a HBCU student, it is time to get serious about internships for Spring and Summer 2014. We have updated our 3rd annual list to 100 of my favorite internships that HBCU should be exploring right about now.
Whether or not these companies are coming to your HBCU campus or a location near you, the opportunity still exists for you to submit applications online.
Keep in mind that employers value internships and every college graduate's resume should include at least one internship. Therefore, check out this list, write your resumes and take it to your HBCU career center for critique; fill out the applications and get your references ready!
The HBCU Career Center Team!
The Institute for Defense Analyses is a non-profit corporation that operates three federally funded research and development centers to provide objective analyses of national security issues, particularly those requiring scientific and technical expertise, and conduct related research on other national challenges.
Check out the Summer 2014 Science Fellowship in Washington DC if you are graduating in 2014.
internships are happening all year. These tips apply whether your internship is in Spring, Summer or Fall.
Use this list to proofread your resume before you add to our job board.
How to Really ACE the Second Round Job Interview
You've come too far to not be prepared for this next step.
7 Career Myths that Could Stall Your Career
If you ever feel stuck in a job or career consider which myths might be holding you back.
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Since the first HBCUs were established in the early 1800's, these colleges and universities have evolved into a diverse set of nationally recognized institutions. The diversity at American HBCU's, despite what many people think, is not limited to the demograhics of the students who attend. Diversity at HBCU's is also evidenced by the thousands of faculty, staff and administrators who serve and support these students and their institutions. Despite financial challenges, HBCU's as a group, continue to produce competitive college graduates capable of translating their education and experience into lifelong employability. While representing only 3% of the nation's post-secondary institutions, HBCU's graduate 25% of African Americans with undergraduate degrees. TheHBCUCareerCenter was established to support the professional development of the students, alumni and staff of these historic institutions.