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ALS 101 Detective Assignment #3 Experiential Learning/Study Abroad Due: Monday, November 5, 2007 On Tuesday October 30, 2007 I went pay a visit to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Career Development Office. While walking over to Roberts Hall in the early afternoon I couldn’t help but wonder about what I could expect from such an office. There are such a wide array of undergraduate majors and student interests present in the CALS that I would think it would be impossible for one office to be able to house internship and job opportunities for every member of this large college. Simply based on the name of the school, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences , I felt that I would find a great deal of job and internship opportunities for people who were aspiring to be part of the science community. By the time I arrived at the office of career development I had essentially convinced myself that, since I do have the intentions of taking on a summer internship during this upcoming summer, I would have to use a great deal of outside resources if I had any intention of finding an internship that would fit my future career goals adequately. I was certainly mistaken. When I arrived in the office I was unsure as to where I should begin so I found someone to help me. After being told about the books and files available for my use, I was also informed that the Career Development Office also has a website that has an internship search engine, which I intend to use while I am at home and trying to extend my list of possible summer internships.
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