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Take Back the Tap

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

It's never too early to start sourcing for an internship.

Internships gradually expose you to the working world and at the same time, they reveal your preferences within your major(s). If you are considering graduate school, internships help narrow your interests towards your graduate degree.

Last semester, I interned with CoPIRG, woking on the Take Back the Tap project.

CU Boulder is a hub of internships, research opportunities and academically relevant projects.

My internship experience added to my academic and social experiences.

I'll bring more detailed versions of my internship in an upcoming post. But, if you can find a job that will be relevant to your major, then go for it. It's worth it.

'Funmi
Environmental Studies, Geography • Port Harcourt, Nigeria