Wondering what can you do with your major? Looking for an internship? This event is for you!
Investigate Industries and Internships (i3) is designed for students exploring career options, as well as students looking to take the next step. At an i3 event, you can network with employers looking to hire interns and hear them speak about how they broke into their respective industries. Employers attending have available internships for the current and following semester. For more information go to the FAQ.
Reservations are requested for this event. Log into connectSC, search for the event under “Events,” and click “RSVP”.
Please contact David Ginchansky at (213) 740-9111.
|Finance||September 25, 2017||11:00 AM – 02:00 PM||STU B3/B6||TBA|
|Entertainment & Digital Media||September 26, 2017||11:00 AM – 02:00 PM||STU B3/B6||TBA|
|Consulting||September 27, 2017||11:00 AM – 02:00 PM||STU B3/B6||TBA|
|Marketing & Public Relations
||September 28, 2017||11:00 AM – 02:00 PM||STU B3/B6||TBA|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is i3?
Investigate Industries and Internships (i3) is an event for students who are looking for internships for the current or following semester. Students are also able to hear employers’ professional journey to learn more about a specific industry.
What does the day of i3 look like?
There are two (2) components to i3. From 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, students will participate in an internship fair and speak with employers who are looking for interns. This is your opportunity to meet with, ask questions, and give your resume to employers. During the event, employers will to speak to you and share their professional journey. Learn more in depth how people got into their industry. Speakers will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes.
Where is the event located?
Trojan Presentation Room (Student Union B3) and Cardinal/Gold Room (Student Union B6)
What should I wear for the event?
There is no specific dress code for i3. However, we recommend business casual.
Should I bring copies of my resume?
Yes, it is highly recommended to bring copies of your resume. Employers may ask for it.