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More than 75% of employers prefer to
hire graduates with work experience.

SOURCE: 2010 Job Outlook Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers

 
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The average starting salary among those who’ve interned is $2,240 higher than those who have not.

SOURCE: Gault, Redington, Schlager, 2010 Update

 
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Most college students believe that only 20% to 35% of what they learn in class is relevant to their ‘Real World’ success.

SOURCE: The Internship Institute, March 2010 Survey

 
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Students who intern are twice as likely to receive job offers before graduation.

SOURCE: Denham, T. J. 2004

 
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Students who intern secure jobs nearly three times faster than those who do not.

SOURCE: Denham, T. J. 2004

 
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Those who intern are more likely to work
and stay within their field of study and experience higher job satisfaction.

SOURCE: Denham, T. J. 2004

 
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The average student spends 112 hours on each class per academic term. This training and certification takes less than four hours. Among those who took this course, 84% believe they gained more career-relevant benefits than any class they've taken.

SOURCE: The Internship Institute, 2010

 
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WHY INTERN?
  • Improve skills & abilities
  • Career trial within or outside
    of chosen academic major
  • Increase market value
  • Build professional network
  • Obtain mentoring guidance
  • Earn credit and money
  • Apply classroom learning
  • Tap the 'hidden' job market