Get Hands-On Experience to Get Ahead
TCI College’s internship program allows you to put classroom theory into real-world practice through on-the-job work experience. Interns are required to work a minimum of 10 to 15 hours per week, but may work more based on mutual agreement with their employer.
Why Pursue an Internship?
- Employers often require candidates have some experience in the field—even for entry level positions.
- An internship can help bridge the experience gap between your degree and employer expectations.
- You’ll have the opportunity to represent TCI College as a field ambassador, showing the caliber of professionals graduating from TCI.
- It provides hands-on experience in your industry, strengthening your skills and résumé.
- There are three types of internships: internships for academic credit (depending on your major), paid internships and unpaid internships.
How to Get an Internship
Interested in pursuing an internship? Simply speak to a staff member from the Center for Career & Professional Development in Room 300 and complete the recommended skills seminars. These seminars provide:
- Guidance through the internship search.
- Professional development.
- One-on-one time with your assigned Center staff member to strengthen your résumé, cover letter and interviewing skills.
- Assistance in finding suitable internship opportunities, giving you optimal exposure to work within your field.
Don’t Wait: Pursue an Internship Today
The sooner you begin your internship search, the better. Waiting until your last semester makes it very difficult to obtain an internship.
To learn how you can get started in your internship search, make an appointment with your assigned Center staff member, who actively cultivates and maintains relationships with employers across multiple industries in the NYC area.
While it’s ultimately up to the employer to choose the candidates, your assigned Center staff member can help you identify internship opportunities. Communication between the two of you is instrumental in meeting deadlines and increasing the probability of obtaining an internship.
Whether or not you work with the Center for Career & Professional Development to secure your internship, we encourage you to seek and identify internship opportunities early in your TCI studies.
Get ready to get your internship. Visit the Center for Career & Professional Development in Room 300 today.