There are many opportunities for students interested in internships - the number one way to find one is by talking to faculty and staff! Here are other outlets to consider:
Our Facebook page is a great resource for the most up-to-date information on what's happening in the program. Like us and you'll discover the latest internship offers available, new opportunities to show your abilities as an artist, and upcoming courses and events.
The Career Center offers a comprehensive array of services to help students apply to graduate school, search for jobs and internships, and write a resume. Through one-on-one counseling, small group workshops, classroom presentations, a useful website, and the Career Resource Library where students can refer to and check out books, the Career Center helps students with valuable information and advice. The Career Center also has a list of job and internship information by career field.
Art students who wish to conduct in-depth research on a particular subject may apply for research grants through the Dean's Office during the summer or the academic year. Assistantships, research grants, and participation in regional and national conferences help students develop professional skills through research, paid work-study positions, and presentations.
This site lists full-time positions, internship listings, etc. Since the Career Center subscribes, students can use the career center username and password to see listings.
Username: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: lutherarts13
All Luther students can log-in to this system using their Luther email address and their student ID number. CareerConnection serves as the on-line warehouse where the Career Center posts all the internship, full-time, and volunteer postings we receive from employers and other organizations.