Published December 06, 2019 by Bowdoin News

Funded Internships Incredibly Important for Students Exploring Careers and Research

Bowdoin’s funded internships play an invaluable role in the lives of students looking for opportunities to pursue career possibilities or broaden their horizons.

Two students who have experienced funded internships firsthand—Minah Nguyen ’20 and Finn Woodruff ’21— sat down with Doug Cook, director of college and media relations, to discuss what those opportunities have meant to them.

VIDEO: Bowdoin’s funded internships play an invaluable role in the lives of students looking for opportunities to pursue career possibilities or broaden their horizons.

Listen to a podcast of an extended interview with the students, in which they go into greater detail about their experiences and share advice for those looking to pursue funded internships.

Bowdoin’s funded internships and fellowships are coordinated by various offices across campus, including the Office of Student Fellowships and Research, Career Exploration and Development (CXD), the Environmental Studies Program, and the Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good.