Marymount undergraduates prepare for the real world through hands-on learning and networking. Students must complete an internship, clinical experience, or student-teaching assignment before graduation, and they frequently cite these experiences as the most rewarding of their college careers.
Washington, DC, and technology-rich northern Virginia offer MU students unparalleled experiential learning opportunities with federal government agencies, multinational corporations, outstanding health care organizations, major media outlets, world-class museums, and more. In fact, some students choose to complete multiple internships.
Marymount students have tested their career goals, boosted their résumés, and connected with potential future employers in places like
The Career and Internship Center can help you identify the right internship for you, polish your résumé, and practice your interviewing skills.
Some Marymount students even opt to intern abroad! Students spending a semester in London, for example, have worked at places like
The Center for Global Education can help you explore potential international internships.
For specific information about internships, contact the Career and Internship Center or the dean's office in your School to find out the internship coordinator for your program.
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