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Unformatted text preview: Office of Career Services, Robert H. Smith School of Business, 2009 While in college, you have access to numerous pre-professional experiences that can help you: explore majors and careers, build essential job skills, enhance your resume, and give you stories to share with employers during interviews. Here are just a few of the pre-professional experiences available: Part-Time or Work Study Jobs : While most people think about part-time or work study jobs as simply a way to earn cash, these opportunities can help you gain some important work experiences. Look for jobs that will enhance your skills and give you exposure to a business or office environment. You can find part-time jobs listed on HireSmith and many on-campus job opportunities are listed with the UMD Career Center. Internships and Co-ops : Internships are designed to provide hands-on experience in a field or industry. They can be paid or unpaid and last for any length of time from one month to an entire year. A co-op is essentially a can be paid or unpaid and last for any length of time from one month to an entire year....
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- Spring '08