Kenna C. writes about UChicago’s Career Advancement resources and her peers’ experiences with summer internships and research opportunities.
Kate F. speaks about one of her favorite Public Policy opportunities at UChicago, campusCATALYST. The class supplies students with applicable experience within a field of public policy, and I was drawn to it immediately, wanting to expand my knowledge of a niche part of the public sector. The course has introduced me to the nuanced world of nonprofits.
Kate Fuell, a second-year student majoring in Art History, shares how Chicago itself has proven to be an invaluable resource for both art and networking opportunities with UChicago alumni throughout the city.
Fourth-year student Emily Polner introduces the Polsky Center, an excellent business resource for UChicago students interested in startups and entrepreneurship.
Second-year student Ella Deeken writes about receiving assistance from UChicago's Career Advancement office as she was searching for a summer internship following her first year.
Third-year student Shana Mirek describes treks, which are programs that UChicago students take through the Career Advancement office in order to a wide number of career paths that lie ahead of them.