Many programs at Villanova encourage students to take their classroom experiences to the real world through an internship. However, an internship is much more than “practical experience.” Internships are opportunities for students to integrate their academic studies with specific professions, in order to show the strong connection between theory, research and practice.
Students can earn credits for their internship while putting their education to the test. Villanova University helps students prepare for these experiences through advisement from a variety of offices including the Career Center, the Office of Undergraduate Students and the Clay Center at VSB. Workshops and practice interviews, along with guidance on resume and cover letter preparation, will help you prepare for your future. Students are often connected to employers who seek Villanovans for these entry-level positions. Through the GoNOVA Jobs network, students can browse internship opportunities throughout the country.