Review the following material for information on how to look for an internship as well as how to be a standout intern. The more prepared students are, the better their chances of succeeding. If you have any concerns about an internship posting or you started an internship and have concerns please contact Miriam at 718 951 5696 or email@example.com
Accessing Internships via the Magner Career Center: All internships that are promoted to Brooklyn College students through our office are listed on Hire BC which you can access at portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu (career section).
Planning to intern in 2021?.
Due to the urgent need for proper health precautions in employment settings during COVID-19, CUNY has informed the campuses that student internship-seekers should be performing their new roles in remote-only format, in most, if not all cases. If a student chooses to participate in person internships they are participating at their own risk. Students applying for in person internships, part-time or full-time employment should be vigilant in their assessment of positions that require in-person work during the ensuing pandemic. In addition to doing their due diligence in ascertaining an employers risk-mitigation, students should contact the Magner Career Center to discuss safety concerns regarding a potential employment opportunity. The student understands that the ultimate decision to perform any in-person work during COVID-19 is theirs to make and that such work may present unique health risks.
Most of your questions and information you need will be answered via the material in steps 1-4.