Wondering what you can do with your major? Looking for an internship? Interested in learning more about what working in certain industries is like? This exploratory event is for you!
Investigate Industries and Internships (i3) is designed for undergraduate students who are exploring various career options, eager to hear professional journeys, and looking for internship opportunities to help determine what path to take. At an i3 event, you can learn how employers broke into their respective industries, discover what it is actually like to work in the field, and network with them to let them know what makes you a great intern. All participating employers offer paid internships for fall, spring, or summer semesters, so this is your chance to learn more about their company and make a great impression. For more information, please read the FAQ below.
RSVPs are requested for this event. Log into connectSC, click “Events” then “Workshops” then search for your desired i3 event and click “RSVP.”
Please contact us at (213) 740-9105 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
|Healthcare, Biotechnology, and Sciences||Wednesday, January 29, 2020||10:00 am – 1:00 pm||MCB 101|
|Entertainment, TV, and Sports||Wednesday, January 29, 2020||2:30 pm – 5:30 pm||MCB 101|
|Policy, Sustainability, and Transportation||Thursday, January 30, 2020||10:00 am – 1:00 pm||MCB 101|
|Business and Economics||Thursday, January 30, 2020||2:30 pm – 5:30 pm||MCB 101|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is i3? What does the day of i3 look like?
i3 is a two-day, four-part event, that begins with an industry panel and ends with networking. During the panel in the first hour, you will be able to learn more about what it is like to work in the event’s chosen industry and how to enter the field. The subsequent networking portion of i3 will allow you to speak more personally to the employers about their professional journeys, as well as learn about internship opportunities with their company. This is your chance to meet with, ask questions, and give your resume to hiring employers!
Can ______ industry have an i3 event? My student organization is interested in collaborating.
We consider industries the semester prior to the event (i.e., for Fall 2020, we consider industries in Spring 2020). Email email@example.com the semester before your desired event with industry suggestions you would like to see. Priority will be given to student organizations that are willing to collaborate with the Career Center for the event.
Collaboration perks include: (1) being highlighted as a co-sponsor in the Career Center’s i3 marketing (social media, online, and print), (2) providing a list of desired employers to the Career Center for targeted outreach, (3) early entry to the event for one to two executive board members for early networking with hiring managers, and (4) moderating the employer panel alongside a career center representative.
Where is the event located?
All Spring 2020 i3 events will take place in the Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience – MCB 101. For other event details, please refer to the workshop event page on connectSC.
How should I prepare for i3?
We recommend researching the companies registered to attend beforehand so that you can ask specific questions about their internship opportunities. If you attend the panel portion of i3 (usually during the first hour of the event), then you will be able to engage in meaningful conversation with the representatives about the details that they shared on the panel, and you can highlight the qualities about yourself that most closely align with what they are looking for in an intern.
What should I wear for the event?
There is no specific dress code for i3, however, we recommend business casual. First impressions are important!
Should I bring copies of my resume?
Yes, it is highly recommended that you bring copies of your resume as employers may ask for it. It is a good idea to bring extra, just in case.
What if I cannot attend an i3 event?
If you are unable to attend due to a scheduling conflict, we live stream the panel portion of each i3 event on our Facebook page. Learn what you missed under the “Videos” section.
Need a disability-related accommodation?
We strive to be consistently inclusive in our practices and provide services to all members of the Trojan Family. To that end, if you are in need of disability-related accommodations to attend an i3 event, let us know by completing this form.