For All Students
Whether you identify with one or many identities (e.g. historically underrepresented,
LGBTQIA, multiracial, first generation etc.), the information posted under Identity at Work and below is to inform and bring you closer to your professional aspirations. However
you choose to define success, there are numerous career service professionals in the Career and Professional Development Center who are invested in you reaching
your goals. Please schedule an appointment with any of us or directly with the individuals
listed below. We look forward to working with you!
Ned Khatrichettri, M.A.
Office: LNCO 2100
Welcome to the University of Utah! As transfer students, you have likely completed some or all of your general education requirements. This means you require less time to complete your degree.
Internships are also available for all transfer students. This can be a great way to supplement your educational experience and make you competitive for various employment opportunities after graduation. The College of Humanities strongly encourages you to participate. Below are items that can assist you – remember, early preparation is critical to ensure success.
The College of Humanities is aware your unique situation warrants additional care. We are also invested in your academic, personal, professional success.
Internships are also available for you! This can be a great way to supplement your educational experience and make you competitive for various employment opportunities after graduation. The College of Humanities strongly encourages you to participate. The Dream Center is also an important resource that can facilitate your process. Please be familiar with it alongside the items below – remember, early preparation is critical to ensure success.
Welcome to the University of Utah! As an international student in the College of Humanities, you will have a number of opportunities to supplement your educational experience and make yourself competitive for various employment opportunities after graduation. Pursuing an internship can be one great way to do this!
International students are encouraged to apply but should keep in mind that there may be additional visa requirements you MUST comply with prior to securing an internship. Please be familiar with the information posted under the “Employment” section of the International Student & Scholars webpage.
Below are items from the College of Humanities webpage that can also assist you – remember, early preparation is critical to ensure success.
- Identity at work
- Join Handshake – This is the data base both employers and students use to post and look for paid/unpaid internships.
- Internship Resources
Do you plan to participate in any of the following?
- Full-time or part-time employment (on or off-campus)
- Paid or unpaid internships (on or off-campus)
- Volunteer (on or off-campus)
If your answer is ‘yes’ to any or all of the above, your situation may require authorization BEFORE participation. Please be familiar with these resources through the International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) Office based on your visa status.
For additional questions or concerns, please contact ISSS through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 804-581-8876.