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Exploring your personal, academic, and career interests enables you to begin to develop career goals. Reflecting on experiences in your classes, internships, student groups, and community will generate many interesting options to consider and learn more about.
Visit Candid Careers to view videos of professionals in a variety of fields. Also check the Get Hired section to learn more about career preparedness.
Jobs and Internships
- On campus student employment is a great place to start! Check the lisitings at the beginning of each semester.
- Local paid internships are available through the BDCC & 6 College Collaborative.
- Vermont Buisnesses for Social Responsibility offer paid internships.
Popular Jobs and Internship Boards
- Monster(link is external): Extensive job listings across many different industries.
- Career Builder(link is external): The largest U.S. job site, with 1.6 million+ listings.
- Indeed(link is external): Listings from job boards, newspapers, associations and organization pages.
- LinkedIn(link is external): A professional networking site where you can post a profile, search openings and connect.
- LinkedIn Student Jobs(link is external): LinkedIn's dedicated student job & internship tool.
- Simply Hired(link is external): Millions of full & part-time listings, top employers and salaries.
- FindSpark(link is external): Listings of opportunities in New York City in creative fields.
- JuJu(link is external): A “job search engine” which indexes jobs listed on thousands of sites.
- Backdoor Jobs(link is external): International, short-term opportunities and short-term adventures.
- Jobwich(link is external): A social job listing site, with a concentration of openings in the NYC area.
- BarefootStudent.com : Search for internships, jobs for college students, and entry level career opportunities.
Research Experience for Undergraduates (REUs)
- National Science Foundation: NSF is divided into the following seven directorates that support science and engineering research and education: Biological Sciences, Computer and Information Science and Engineering, Engineering, Geosciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences, and Education and Human Resources.
Student Run Organizations and Town Meeting Committees
- Campus involvement is essential for a healthy community. Contact your RA, the OP, or SLC to get involved!
- Town Meeting Committees are an excellent way to learn about our shared governance structure and gain valuable experience.
- International and Domestic opportunites are available for all Marlboro College students. To find out more about specific options, contact Maggie or Kate.
Grants and Scholarships
- Funding for experiential learning is available through Marlboro's internal grants administered by the Prizes and Scholarships Committee, Global Engagement Committee, and Town Meeting Scholarship Funds.
Reflective Journal Writing template is a tool to help organize your throughts and reflection on experiences in the classroom and beyond.