Internships

Hastings College students complete internships
Internships

You'll get a great education at Hastings College, and while that's a critical start to a career, little polish on the resume in the form of an internship or two goes a long way. Yet an internship yields more than just experience in your chosen field — it helps build your network and could even lead to your first job.

We're fortunate to have a a number of community partners who offer internships and other opportunities where you can gain experience year round. Yet that list is just those businesses and organizations who are local. Just take a look at some of the places Hastings students interned in 2013.

Our career services office is a great place for you to discuss career plans, seek internships, learn how to build a resume,  gather information on graduate school or even find part-time work on and off campus year round.


Check it out: Internship stories

With a major in sociology and an emphasis in criminal justice, Stephanie Liebsack hopes to follow in the footsteps of her parents by becoming a police officer. This summer, she got to gain hands-on experience at the Corona Police Department,... more
McKenna Reed spent most of her summer in a classroom nearly 4,000 miles from home. The senior Spanish, elementary education and special education triple major spent was working as a teacher’s aide in a Peruvian school. more
Over the summer, senior Hastings College student Hannah Meeske was given an opportunity to work on her editing skills. By interning with the Oklahoma Gazette, Meeske was able to focus on editing in the work place and decide whether or not it was a... more
After spending the summer as a press intern in the office of one of his home state senators, Nick Musgrave returned to Hastings College with a much more clear image of what he’d like his future to look like. “This summer really solidified my strong... more
Many spend their Fourth of July shooting fireworks, eating hot dogs and relaxing. But Hastings College senior Carolyn Clements spent her Fourth hugging a bald eagle. more