Internship and Career Services
The Internship and Career Center
Gain practical skills that will transfer to the workplace. Apply your coursework. Launch your career. Take advantage of hundreds of internships organized through the Internship and Career Center (ICC) or initiate your own. There is literally something for everyone.An internship may be full time or part time, credit or non-credit, voluntary or paid, depending on your skills, needs and interests and the availability of openings. Internship experiences must emphasize learning and be supervised by a professional. Academic credit is awarded for experiences planned and approved in advance by a sponsoring faculty member. In addition, a student can have their internships recorded on their academic transcript through the Transcript Notation process available at the ICC.
2nd Floor, South Hall 530-752-2855;
The Internship and Career Center (ICC) works with undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D students, postdoctoral scholars and recent alumni. The ICC can help you identify your abilities and interests and relate them to career options; gain access to practical experience to increase your competitiveness in the job market; and find out how and where to look for employment. Attend ICC workshops on finding an internship or part time job, beginning a job search, developing a resume, networking and preparing for an interview. Resources on these topics are also available at the ICC website.ICC's Career Resource Manual, available at http://icc.ucdavis.edu, provides resume guidelines, interview tips and employment information. Also available at the ICC website is Aggie Job Link, an online database of internships, student jobs and career positions that is updated daily. The ICC coordinates employer visits to campus for company information sessions and on campus interviews.
Masters, Ph.D.s and Postdoc Services
The Internship and Career Center
The Internship and Career Center, located in South Hall, provides comprehensive career services for UC Davis Master's and Ph.D. students, and Postdoctoral scholars (MPP).
Career advisers can assist you with all aspects of your career search either within or beyond academia, or both. Our career services include confidential one-to-one advising with individualized review of curriculum vitae (CV), resumes, and cover letters; workshops and panel discussions; recruiting and networking events; and employer information sessions, all specifically designed for advanced degree holders.
If you are exploring an academic career in research or teaching, looking for a non-academic career in industry, government or the non-profit sector, or considering both paths, the ICC has resources that can help.
If you are interested in providing community service, visit the UC Davis Community Service Resource Center (CSRC) coordinated through the ICC. Volunteering can be a rewarding and satisfying experience that may also improve your qualifications for the job market. A database with information about non-profit agencies and volunteer opportunities locally, nationally and world-wide is available at the Community Service Resource Center website at http://csrc.ucdavis.edu/find/volunteer/index.htm.
|Page content manager can be reached at Catalog-Comment@ucdavis.edu.|
Updated: November 21, 2017 12:17 PM