Now is the time to confirm summer jobs if you haven’t already. Want to work at the same location as last year? Make sure they know you are interested. Looking for a new job? Now is the time to reach out to family, friends and alumni for contacts or ideas. The Internet is also a great resource as well as your campus career center. Make time to get his done.
If your schedule permits, try a summer part-time internship too. Sometimes an internship can last a few weeks or a half-day every week. You want to be thinking of future summers and areas you would be interested in interning. Meet as many people as possible and keep track of contacts. All experiences are important! They help students learn what they like and don’t like. It also gives students something to talk about and compare in interviews.