Internships & Development
The American Economics Association has launched an informational video entitled “A career in Economics . . . it’s much more than you think.” This 9-minute film is aimed at anyone who may be investigating economics as a career option but are unclear how broadly a degree in economics can be applied. Available free at the AEA website and on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/135871291.
Economics Department Offers Internships for Course Credit
ECON 393 / BUS 393 allows you to earn 3 college credits while gaining valuable experience in an internship.
Step 1: Contact the Center for Career Engagement and Internships.
Step 2: Contact Prof. Schiro Withanachchi, Faculty Internship Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll in ECON 393 / BUS 393.
Make sure to join HireQC, and visit the Center for Career Engagement and Internships to see what you can do with your major and connect with a mentor.