Alumni Gym, 2-5:30 p.m on Thursday
students - jobs & internships
Applications for spring 2018, summer 2018 and academic year 2018-2019 internships and Eco-Rep positions are open until Friday, March 30.
Career Moves: Krishfield finds a new passion — and a new career goal — during winter-term internship
The Student Professional Development Center helped Elon senior Laura Krishfield locate the Ocean Mammal Institute internship, and determine a new career path.
Campus Recreation hiring has changed to an online process on Phoenix Connect with applications opening on Monday, Jan. 29.
The journalism and media analytics double major will spend this summer at the news organization’s Washington, D.C., bureau located two blocks from the White House.
The Student Professional Development Center offers great career planning tips, suggestions, and resources with seniors.
Through the program, the executive interns attended the fall 2017 Board of Trustees meeting, will travel to Raleigh this spring for Evening for Elon, and have multiple opportunities to further develop their leadership and professional skills through customized sessions with the Student Professional Development Center.
Unsure how to find an internship opportunity, Elon University senior Steven Armendariz ’17 found that having someone to consult about the future made his internship hunt easier — and he gives much of the credit to the Student Professional Development Center.
Career Moves: A ‘major’ shift and alumni connections help Elon student land spot in Capital One program
Jessica Womack ’17 leaned upon the resources of the Student Professional Development Center as she fine-tuned her academic and professional goals.
Elon students Jazmine Langley '19 and David Duncan '19 are among 20 students selected to participate in Duke Law School's inaugural Prelaw Fellowship this summer.
The Elon Poll offers an opportunity for students to conduct important public opinion research in North Carolina.
Anyone interested in applying for a job with Campus Recreation will need to attend one of our four information sessions.
Here's a look at where some of the 2017 School of Communications graduates are headed following Commencement.
Ben Kashdan ’14 found the support he needed from the Student Professional Development Center as he worked toward a National Parks job.
Jasper Thomas III, a double major in cinema and television arts and theatre studies, was recently named the recipient of an unconventional internship offered by Golin, one of the world's largest public relations firms.
The Student Professional Development Center provides free Big Interview access to students. Big Interview is an online software which helps students improve interview skills.
More than 100 students connected with representatives from a diverse selection of employers.
Applications now open for a variety of spring 2017, summer and 2017-18 academic year positions.
The Elon Noyce Scholars Program is accepting applications for summer education internships from current first-year students and sophomores who are interested in STEM fields.
Executive interns work with members of university senior staff on projects directly related to accomplishing university initiatives while further developing their leadership and management skills.
Gabrielle Beamon ’19 will be paired with an executive working in the entertainment and media industry and placed in a paid summer internship.
Anna Baynes '18 turned to the Student Professional Development Center seeking help with a career path, with staff helping her explore work in sustainable agriculture.
The Sport & Event Management Department hosted its annual fall internship forum, highlighting its students’ summer achievements and memorable internship experiences.
Student workers are now being recruited for The Elon University Poll, which will conduct three surveys this fall before Election Day in November.
The poll offers an opportunity for Elon students to conduct important election research in North Carolina.
With guidance from faculty and staff in the Student Professional Development Center, strategic communications major Paige Hullett '16 combined her interest in public relations with a passion for acting to secure a summer internship with Davidson and Choy Publicity in Los Angeles.
The Elon football team is looking for student managers for the 2016-17 season.
By visiting the What Can I Do With This Major site you can explore multiple majors or search for information about your chosen field, this resource will help you connect majors to careers.
Applications for spring, summer & academic year 2016-2017 internships and Eco-Rep positions are open until March 31.
Katie Zach ’04 and Leanne High ’07 visited campus to talk about their past experiences and current roles working in the public relations field, giving students insight into the professional world.
The "INTERNow Communications Internship/ePortfolio Expo” attracted more than 30 employers to meet with students seeking employment, internships and advice.
The Elon University Executive Internship Program is now open to applicants interested in applying for the 6-year cohort. In addition to working with senior staff members and developing leadership skills, students have the opportunity to develop organizational management and administration skills through the lens of higher education.
If you are interested in being a tour guide for the Office of Admissions for the upcoming summer, you must attend an information session in order to receive an application. We hope you are excited to walk backward!
Eighteen students from Elon University’s Communications Fellows program participated in a 10-day trip in the Sunshine State, touring communications companies and meeting with industry professionals.
Elon Law student placements in the offices of a city attorney, public defender, judge, law firm and social justice nonprofit are featured in the eighth and final weekly spotlight on Elon Law student summer employment experiences.
The Sport & Event Management Department hosted its Fall Internship Forum, highlighting its students’ summer achievements and memorable internship experiences.
The journalism major served as a broadcast intern this summer for the most-watched network newscast in the country, an experience that solidified his goal to work in television after graduation.
Part seven of Elon Law’s student summer employment series spotlights the insights and experiences of those working in military law, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, criminal law, family law, immigration law and intellectual property law.
Work experiences in U.S. appellate and district courts, and in N.C. district attorney’s and public defender’s offices are featured in part six of Elon Law’s student summer employment series.
Military law, judicial clerkship, commercial real estate and criminal law are featured in part five of a weekly series spotlighting the insights and work experiences of Elon Law students.
Lindner Hall 200 - Monday from 3:15-4:15, and Thursday from 10-11:30 a.m. - all semester
In part four of Elon Law’s 2015 summer employment reporting series, students are featured for legal work in London and in international pharmaceutical and information technology sectors.
The media arts and entertainment major was pulled on camera on Aug. 12, 2015, by television host Michelle Beadle, who presented him with a cake and called him “easily one of our top five interns in ‘SportsNation’ history.”
Experiences at the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, state and city attorney’s offices and a private business law firm are featured in part three of a two-month series spotlighting the work of Elon Law students this summer.
Elon spotlights the summer work experiences and professional insights of law students in part two of a two-month weekly series.
Elon spotlights the summer work experiences and professional insights of five law students as part of two-month weekly series.
The senior journalism major is interning in New York City at Essence, a lifestyle magazine for African-American women, networking with professionals and learning about the publications industry firsthand.
The double-major in physics and English will be a writer for Scientific American magazine after successfully competing in the AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Program.