2021-22 Employer Engagement Intern - apply by 4/19/21
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Development Summer 2021 Loeb Center Internship (2 positions) - apply by 4/23/21
The Loeb Center is hiring 2 student-interns to study and explore the intersection of the liberal arts education with innovation and entrepreneurship. Under the direction of Stephanie Hockman, the interns will study models of entrepreneurship at other colleges and universities, survey students about innovation, ideology and culture on campus, collaborate with faculty and staff, and formulate a business plan to present to college partners. Please submit your resume and a cover letter via Workday (Job ID JR917).
2021-22 Traub Careers in Business & Finance Program Interns - apply by 4/23/21
The Traub Careers in Business & Finance (CIBF) program is looking for a finance intern and consulting intern to support the development, planning, publicity, and implementation of the finance or consulting track. The positions are for the entire 2021-2022 academic year, including training that will occur in spring 2021. Please submit your cover letter and resume via Workday (Job ID finance: JR898 / consulting: JR897) by April 23, 2021. Contact Stephanie Hockman (email@example.com) with any questions.
2021-22 Loeb Center Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) - apply by 4/28/21
Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) play a fundamental role in the process of offering students career guidance and advice. As a Peer Career Advisor, you will be trained to assist your peers with writing resumes and cover letters, finding internship postings, engaging in self-assessment and more. Must be a current sophomore or junior and plan to be on campus for the entire 2021-22 academic year. Please note that you must also be available for a paid full week of PCA training before classes begin. To apply, submit a resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcript via Workday posting JR934. If you have questions or difficulty with this process, please email Emily Tareila at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our summer funding webpage for details on the application process, what types of internships are eligible for funding, how funding award decisions are made, and more.
Funding is reserved for students who are members of the Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program. Read more about the program and find out how to become a Houston Program member.
In addition to being a Houston Program member, eligible students must be enrolled at Amherst the semester prior to the start of their summer internship and intend to be enrolled at the College the semester after. Students who are studying abroad may apply. Graduating seniors are ineligible. Students on leave during the spring 2021 semester are NOT eligible to apply for or receive funding.
You have questions. They have answers. Spend time with alumni this semester. The Loeb Center’s series of candid career conversations will help you explore possibilities, build relationships, and get real-world advice. Students across all majors and career interests are welcome to join the Spring 2021 Alumni-in-Residence virtual events.
Our advising team can be thought partners to help you think about small steps you can take to continue your career development process.
Are you thinking about a summer internship, but don't know where to start? Consider joining the Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program.
The Houston Program is designed to give you access to quality, paid summer internship opportunities hosted by Amherst alumni, parents, and friends while providing you with the support you need to successfully complete those internships and achieve your career goals.
See our resume guides, sample cover letters, interview tips, and much more.
Read about the post-graduation outcomes for recent Amherst graduates.
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In 2016, Amherst’s Career Center became the Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning.