Internships are ways to test-drive a possible career, to get your foot in the door and start building a professional network. They give you a chance to build your skill set and make career decisions based on first-hand experience for your preferences regarding careers.
As a Liberal Arts major, you have strong communication and analytical skills as a foundation, and it’s up to you where you decide to apply those skills – which industry, which job field, etc. What better way to make that decision than by doing multiple internships, so you can test out a few different options?! Internships, combined with undergraduate research, a study abroad experience, and a mentor to coach you and help you build your network equals an educated, prepared Liberal Arts graduate.