The Office of Career Services works with employers and recruiters to make internship opportunities available to students. These position listings are frequently updated. The UNE job board includes internship listings in fields such as business, social services, sciences, health care and education. It is also recommended that you work with your advisor and your college internship office. The Office of Career Services can connect you with your respective internship department or advisor.
The Office of Career Services recently developed a UNE Alumni Job Shadow Mentor program. This program was created with the intention of preparing students with shadowing opportunities with alumni in a broad range of fields in the Maine and New England region and beyond. The application process is competitive because spaces are limited.
Career & Internship Fair
Every spring (often in early March), the Office of Career Services sponsors a Career & Internship Fair showcasing 40+ employers offering paid part-time, full-time, summer and internship opportunities to students. All class years and all majors are encouraged to attend this event.
Look for upcoming career service events here.
Make sure your professional writing has polish. Meet with a Writing Consultant in the SASC to enhance your cover letters for internship applications and ensure your co-curricular transcript and portfolio look sharp.
The SASC offers supplemental instruction in BIO404 neuroscience and BIO309 pathophysiology to support students in learning how to learn these difficult subjects.
TEST PREPARATION FOR MCAT, DAT, GRE
Student Academic Success Center (SASC) professionals can offer you support and guidance when you are preparing for standardized examinations as part of your educational endeavors. Assistance is available in understanding exam structure, format and content; learning styles and test-taking styles; time management and developing a study plan; and reducing test anxiety.
Continuing your Journey
Graduate School Planning
We hope that you will engage in lifelong learning. Graduate and professional programs are worth exploring, especially if your career goals require additional education. When deciding what to study, follow a process similar to career planning. Be sure to continue to self-assess, explore all of your options, set goals according to established timetables and make decisions based upon your individual circumstances. The Office of Career Services is available to assist with your graduate school planning, application and personal statement reviews and mock interviews for preparation for graduate school interviews.
Off-Campus Housing Transition Program
In preparation for the move off-campus in your senior year, the Offices of Student Involvement and Housing and Residential/Commuter Life host seminars aimed at acquainting you with that transition. Students will learn what to expect when reviewing a lease, learn about local ordinances and address budgeting as it relates to the addition of household expenses.