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  1. Thinking about a Major Change?

    The MyPlan website helps students explore options and bring insight into figuring out what’s right for them with independent and unbiased information.

  2. International career information

    Check out Going Global and discover country-specific career information, expert advice, and insider tips for finding employment opportunities at home and abroad.

  3. Need Help Finding a Job?

    Check out Job & Career Accelerator to find out the best occupation for you. Choose from thousands of job listings across the country. 

  4. Looking For Internships? 

    Internships USA is the only individually-researched internship site on the web with more than 2,800 organizations offering internships for college and law students.

  5. Apply now for summer Study USA programs

    Although applications are open until March, now is the time to apply for Elon in Alaska, Elon in D.C. and Elon in L.A. in order to secure a space and find an ideal internship.

  6. Admissions international intern

    The Office of Admissions is seeking an intern to work with the International Undergraduate Admissions staff to help recruit international students.

  7. Office of Admissions - Winter Term internship

    The Office of Admissions is seeking two dynamic Winter Term interns willing to travel to major cities with admissions staff members, give presentations to prospective students and families, and learn more about the admissions process at Elon.

  8. Elon Law students excel in summer internships

    Members of Elon Law's Classes of 2014 and 2015 served in state and federal court systems, law firms, the offices of corporate counsel and in public interest positions this summer. 

  9. Elon in NYC explores Broadway

    In the last two weeks, Elon in NYC students have experienced many things in the Broadway portion of the Streets of NYC class.

  10. Caroline Mauch recognized for successful advocacy

    Legal Aid of North Carolina reports that Elon Law student Caroline Mauch L'14 won her first hearing on behalf of a client as an intern with the organization's Senior Law Project in Asheville, NC.