A total of 340 rising seniors – three-quarters of the Class of 2015 – are interning in nearly every sector and all over the world this summer. Of those completing internships, 87 percent are taking advantage of the College's offer of up to $3,000 for a career-related internship or research experience between their junior and senior years; the rest of the students are being paid in excess of $3,000 by their employers. See where students are working this summer.
The funded internship is part of the College's four-year career and professional development program, which helps students create an integrated educational experience that bridges naturally to a successful career. Each year, nearly 80 percent of students participate in the program.