“College is the only period in our lives where we get to ‘test drive’ different industries, cities, lifestyles, and careers,” says LSA senior Lizzie Mac. “I owe my entire career in New York to the LSA Internship Program.”
LSA students know internships provide valuable hands-on training and networking opportunities, but with so many internships unpaid, the cost is often prohibitive. You can help. The LSA Dean's Young Alumni Council is calling upon our recent graduates to support undergraduate internships. Please:
- Suggest an internship opportunity,
- Mentor an LSA intern (available to Council members), and/or
- Financially support student internships.
With scholarship support, LSA senior Lizzie Mac spent this past summer in the Big Apple working as an experiential marketing and event production intern.
The LSA Young Alumni Fund for Student Internships
We know you’re busy. It’s life after college, who has any time? So let us walk and talk with you, through this video, for just two minutes. You’ve graduated from the College of LSA and are successfully working at a career that utilizes your liberal arts education. We are so proud. Keep moving forward. And bring others with you.