On the Job
May 24, 2013
Our students draw on rich academic and professional experiences as they prepare for successful careers. Opportunities take many shapes here: from full-time research assistantships in the Rogers Summer Science Program to work-study positions and internships on and off campus.
The experience of Marisol Jenkins ’15, a psychology major from California, shows just how varied the possibilities are. In addition to gaining valuable training through her work-study position in the Office of Conferences and Events, Marisol developed entrepreneurial skills during Winterim 2013 and gained strengthened leadership abilities as a member of the planning committee for the 2012 Ray Warren Multicultural Symposium.
- Professional Paths: Our young graduates use their liberal arts education to launch impressive careers.
- Career Preparation: Whether they go on to work as entrepreneurs, educators, advocates—or anything else—our alumni rely on the well-rounded education they received at Lewis & Clark.
- Students get LinkedIn to professional world.