At Dickinson, we know that the traditional model of career preparedness is changing—if not already changed for good. The average worker has 10 jobs before age 40, so our focus is on providing students with the tools to be nimble, polished, ready professionals at launch—regardless of where they settle into a career.
At the heart of that approach are vital, hands-on experiences that get students into full career mode long before they actually have a career. They’re varied experiences that allow students to get a feel for the professional landscape, industry after industry, with as much focus, or as little, as students want.
- Annie KondasDean & Director of Employer Relations and Career Developmentcareer@dickinson.edu
- Biddle House Mailing Address
In summer 2022, close to
students completed internships and research experiences in 30 states and 12 countries.
of the class of 2021 completed an internship, externship, research, service learning or field experience course.