CentreTerm is the right time for internships
RELEASED: January 17, 2008
For Ginny Reynolds, a junior from Greenwood, Va., those interests have taken her to The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library in Staunton, Va. This is her second stint in museum work, and she hopes to build on the knowledge she gained doing a paid internship last summer at Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial in Arlington, Va.
"I decided to intern at the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace and Presidential Library
"Interning at the Presidential Library offered me a chance to develop and expand on my current set of skills and learn more about an important presidential site," she continues.
Internships are an integral part of Centre's mission to provide students with a learning experience that reflects their individual interests and abilities. Internships are also at the heart of The Centre Commitment.
The Commitment guarantees that students who meet the College's academic and social obligation will do an internship, study abroad and graduate in four years or the College will provide up to a year of additional study tuition-free.
And Centre's Career Services office is always eager to help pair students with the right internships.
To learn more about Centre's many internship opportunities, click here.
For more on The Centre Commitment, click here.
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