Paper qualifications are no substitute for real-life experience.
Read the stories of students as they blog about their internships… both near and far, and discover that Wilkes promotes learning in many forms; the classroom is only ONE of the essential components that our students experience.
Follow Wilkes University Senior Emma Leach in our Nation's Capital.
Originally from Buffalo, NY, I moved to Pennsylvania in 2004. As a 2013 graduate from Pleasant Valley High School, I began my career at Wilkes University. In 2013, I really had no clue as to what an acceptance letter from Wilkes University would turn into. In fact, I had no idea it would lead me to Washington D.C. I am entering my senior year at Wilkes and it is definitely going to be a year to remember. I am a political science major with minors in policy studies and international studies. Today, I am the Chair of the Wilkes University College Republicans, Vice President of the Pre Law Society, and my personal favorite, an E-Mentor. If it is one thing Wilkes University has taught me, it is leadership.
Join Communication Studies major, Ashley Evert, on her 2014 summer internship in New York City!
Hi! I’m Ashley, a Communication Studies student at Wilkes University. I’m interning this summer at Creative Media Marketing in New York City. As a licensed beautician studying public relations, this internship is everything I love to do in one job description. Go ahead and click around to read about my little adventures in the Big Apple! (MORE)
Follow electrical-mechanical dual major Daniel Lykens during his spring internship at Entrepix in Mesa, AZ.
Hello, my name is Dan Lykens. I am an electrical-mechanical dual major at Wilkes University. I also have minors in integrative media, computer engineering, and physics. This semester, I am participating in a brand new program Wilkes is offering in Mesa Arizona. Called by SiMesa, the program is a unique experience for juniors at Wilkes, where they go to school at the Wilkes Mesa campus and intern at unique companies in the area. There’s always something to do here between work, school, and play. (MORE)