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Discussing career issues with your student and encouraging him/her to actively use the Career Center throughout the Truman experience increases the likelihood that your student will identify career options and gain valuable career-related experiences. The result will be a smooth transition from Truman to graduate school or to the world of work.
Internships provide an important educational experience where students can learn, grow, and contribute in a professional setting all at the same time. That’s why we have a whole array of printed and online internship resources, and our Career Library is stocked with numerous internship guides.
Students can also search for internships through postings on TruPositions (Truman’s centralized student positions website), a database of the internship locations of recent Truman graduates, and Internships.com. In addition, students often explore internship opportunities through the Career Expo, networking with faculty/internship advisors in their major, and by networking on Truman’s alumni LinkedIn community.
For more information, visit our Internship Search webpage for current Truman students.
- Résumé and cover letter critique
- Career library and online career resources
Your student will need to make an appointment for the following Career Center services:
- Personal statement critique for graduate school admissions
- Mock interviewing
- Individual career planning needs
NOTE: Due to federal privacy laws, we are unable to share information with you concerning your student’s visits to the Career Center.