Jobs and Internships
Finding a full-time position or experiential learning opportunity is more than securing employment and it definitely takes perseverance. It’s a process of discovery, exploration, commitment, and action. It’s not a process that can be completed successfully without careful thought and reflection. The time you commit to your search will not go unrewarded. Consider this as a process you actively pursue throughout your life in order to achieve more purposeful and fulfilling work.
We offer a number of premiere resources such as: CWRULink, Career Insider, CareerShift, Ferguson's Facts on File and Going Global. But that's not all; you will find additional resources for your job search.
An internship is the most traditional form of Experitienal Learning. Internships are broader-based, more exploratory experiences by design. They may be part-time during the academic year or full-time during the summer.
A practicum is a full-time, 14-week experiential learning opportunity designed for upper-level students with clearer career goals who desire an intensive experience within a particular field.
Learn about employers of choice in the Career Center's Partners Programs, read the employer spotlights and learn how you can engage with our partners!
Career Connections: Shadowing Alumni
Career Connections is held during the week of spring break and provides Case Western Reserve first and second-year students the opportunity to shadow CWRU alumni who work in a career field of interest. Students, if you are interested in applying for the Career Connections program you must attend the Career Connections workshop which is held in January of each year and submit an application.
Alumni, if you are interested in hosting a CWRU student for a Career Connections shadowing experience during the week of spring break, March 11-15th, 2013 please contact Laura Papcum.