Whether it’s in the lab, on the soccer field, backstage at the theater, or atop a launch pad, internships at Rollins are hands on and up close.
Caroline Rosendahl ’19 tends to an injured raptor during her internship with the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. Photo by Bill Doster
Gone are the days of an intern fetching coffee for everyone in the office. The robust and competitive internships available through Rollins provide students the chance to gain real-world experience in an environment that connects classroom learning to practical applications, and the spring 2018 internships were no exception.
This past semester, students worked alongside seasoned professionals on real projects, learning how to problem-solve on the spot, build professional rapport, navigate different personalities, and apply the skills they’ve learned in new and dynamic ways.