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New Career Resource for Students: Focus 2

This new online resource will help you explore majors and occupations that match your personal attributes. You will be able to plan academic career relevant experiences such as internships, study abroad, work experience, volunteering and building a network of contacts.

Online now!

For more information, please contact Career Development Serivces at 212.772.4850, email or visit our web site.


Summer Internship Meeting

Summer internship deadlines are fast approaching! Learn about the broad range of internship opportunities that will provide experience in your intended field, and how to apply for these programs.

Date: Wednesday, January 14
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Place: Room 805 East Building, Career Development Services Office

Register to attend by logging on to Symplicity and see Events.


Caution! How to Avoid Scams in Your Job Search

Have you or anyone you know been involved in a job scam? Unfortunately these scams are becoming more and more clever in their attempts to take your money or access your personal information. Don't be fooled. Let us show you the best ways to avoid being scammed, how to better identify the characteristics of a false job announcement, and what procedures to follow if you are a victim of a job scam. We will give you tips on the best way to conduct your job search and show you how to utilize the CareerHunter Job and Internship Search System

Date: January 15
Time: 12:00 ­­- 1:00 pm
Place: Room 805 East Building, Career Development Services Office

For more information, please contact Career Development Services at 212.772.4850, email or visit our web site.


Summer 2015 Internships at the Smithsonian!

Internships for students in all majors are available in a wide variety of fields, at the museums, research centers and centralized offices comprising the Smithsonian. Students will have the opportunity to pursue projects in curatorial services, sustainability, education, theatre, film, video, scientific research, exhibit design, archival work, preservation, event planning, marketing, international relations, art, development, public relations, digitalization, historical research, web design and many other areas.

Host organizations include:

  • Archives of American Art
  • Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
  • Freer Sackler Gallery
  • Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Gardens
  • National Air & Space Museum
  • National Museum African American History & Culture
  • National Museum of American History
  • National Museum of Natural History
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Office of Advancement
  • Office of Communications and External Affairs
  • Office of International Relations
  • Office of Policy & Analysis
  • Office of Special Events & Protocol
  • Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
  • Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
  • Smithsonian Center for Learning & Digital Access
  • Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
  • Smithsonian Institution Archives
  • Smithsonian Latino Center
  • Smithsonian Science Education Center

Apply Now!
Applications vary by unit, but many deadlines will fall on February 1 or soon after.

For application procedures and additional information on programs, please email Career Development Services at, or call 212.772.4850.


New Resource: Vault Career Intelligence provides in-depth intelligence on what it's really like to work in an industry, company or profession-and how to position yourself to land that job. Search current jobs and internships, research a company, school or industry, get the inside scoop on what it's really like, and find the career advice you need to launch your career.

Check the Resources section of your CareerHunter account for access to Vault's thousands of industry and company profiles.

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About Career Development Services

Every semester, we offer a wide variety of events such as career expos, career panels and workshops, on-campus employer interviews, and information sessions. Please return to this page for more information about upcoming events.

Jobs and internships are available through our online data base ORION. We encourage you to visit us often, in person and online, beginning in your freshman year and continuing through senior year and graduation. See how we can help!





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