The Career & Internship Services Center (CISC) offers career advising to USG students as they prepare for an internship or job search. Working in partnership with each home institution, the CISC provides an additional layer of support to students on the Universities at Shady Grove campus. Through individual advising sessions with career coaches, peer mentors, virtual resources and group workshops and events, students can receive assistance with career-related topics, including:
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Job and internship opportunities
- Interview preparation
- Salary negotiation
In addition, the CISC offers employers opportunities to recruit USG students for internships and employment. Through campus visits and use of our web-based job posting system the USG Career Connector, employers can advertise current internship or employment openings, review student resumes, and showcase their industry or company.
USG Internship Scholarship fund
USG is pleased to announce the Internship Scholarship Fund through which qualifying students can receive scholarship support for participation in unpaid, meaningful internship opportunities. This new program is intended to ease the financial obstacles faced by students seeking to gain practical experience in their chosen career field. This program is open to any undergraduate student at USG who demonstrates financial need. Qualifying internship placements include those with a nonprofit organization, government agency, or regional small business.
Students are encouraged to apply early for all scholarships. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. For more information or to apply, please contact USG's Career and Internship services Center at 301-738-6338 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured career news
Starting Salaries Climb 7.5% for Class of 2014 Grads. Click here to learn more about the average starting salary for fields such as Business, Communication, Computer Science and more.
Employers are hiring more Bachelor degree level students for internships and co-ops. A NACE survey has found that there is a 1.3% increase in Bachelor seeking candidates obtaining internships and a 3.3% increase for those obtaining co-ops. Click here to read about this current trend.
The positive Job Outlook for the Class of 2014 is holding steady. Employers are expected to hire 8.6% more graduates this year. Please review the latest data presented by NACE.
JUST RELEASED! The U.S. Census Bureau population estimates pinpoint fastest-growing counties in Maryland. Montgomery County is the most populous county in Maryland.
US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Employment Situation May 2014