Forge your future with the Career and Internship Center!
College of Arts and Sciences
"I think UBalt was the best choice for me because I can balance both work and school."
Merrick School of Business
“My time at UBalt has been the most unforgettable experience of my life thus far. I've been able to not only create dreams I originally thought impossible, but also achieve those dreams. This experience wouldn't have been possible without the resources provided to me through various scholarships, and I will be forever grateful.”
College of Public Affairs
"I chose UBalt because I liked how everyone has close relationship among students and staff, and I liked small classes that allow students to have closer relationship with professors."
Students on the Move
B.S. Business Administration
"Graduating from UBalt laid the solid foundation for my entrepreneurial journey, and it was flexible for me while serving in the military. Since then, I've earned a Master of Social Work degree, delved into civil rights policy and equal employment opportunity, and most recently, obtained certifications in diversity and inclusion. These diverse roles have enriched my skill set and empowered me to launch two impactful ventures: Nehi Cares and Diverse Children’s Books Matter. Most recently, I proudly published my first children's book, I Love My Daddy , a colorful and heartwarming story that celebrates the unique bond between a little girl and her father. I recommend UBalt to anyone looking for a diverse school that offers flexibility, especially for a working professional."
Major: Policy, Politics, and International Affairs
"One thing I like about UBalt is the support of staff members, especially in the Career Center. They all want to see their students succeed and go above and beyond to provide their time and services, which speaks volumes.
I have received assistance and guidance from the Career Center on many different occasions. Within a course of six months, I have been helped with building my resume, securing an internship at an International Organization, as well as setting up my LinkedIn profile. With the help of my career coach and student advisor, I now have realistic expectations and the confidence to achieve my goals. I have hope that with the resources they have provided to me when an opportunity comes my way, there is no doubt I will make a positive impact in the community. I highly recommend all students reach out to a Career Coach or an Academic Advisor. Utilizing these services will definitely be beneficial to all students."
Major: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
"After returning home in 2020 from working in Australia, began her master's program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with University of Baltimore. Since then, has had the great experience of working with the Career and Internship Center as the Graduate Assistant for Employer Relations. Through this position, and through her education, she has been able to secure a role as a People Operations Coordinator for a data analytics company upon graduation. She is passionate about understanding how people operate within organizations, and ensuring that employees are motivated and satisfied with their job experiences."
Major: Criminal Justice with minors in Victim Studies and Psychology
"When I was searching for my academic internship, I had felt very defeated because I was struggling to find suitable places that piqued my interest and fulfilled my passion for victim services. I felt stuck between a rock and a hard place and, with time winding down quickly, I was worried that I would not secure a placement in time for the summer semester. That is when I turned to the Career and Internship Center where I was perfectly matched with International Social Service - USA, a nonprofit organization with the mission of reunifying families separated by borders and getting child victims of abuse and neglect placed into better environments. Before my internship, I was starting to experience academic burnout and I felt myself losing passion for my field. However, after being placed with ISS-USA, I quickly became integrated with the flow and pace of the work environment, and I relished in the rewarding feeling that I experienced from the work that I was completing. Knowing that I was helping victims get into healthier and safer conditions rekindled the passion that I had felt fizzling out, and I found myself excited to go to work every week. As my internship was coming to an end, my strong work ethic and passion was recognized by my supervisor, and I was graciously offered to be brought on as an official employee with the organization for the position of the Intercountry Service Coordinator, which has secured me both a part-time job for my final semester and a full-time job for after graduation. I am beyond excited for this new chapter in my life, and I am grateful for the support and guidance that I have received from the CIC during this whole process!"
B.S. Human Service Administration
"I am a First Generation College Student and mother of 3. I started my educational journey in 2019 at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) in their GED program after becoming a mother at 17 and shifting priorities to focus on my family. Then I transitioned into their college to my undergraduate degree in Human Service Counseling and Advanced Behavioral Health Certification. I graduated from CCBC in the Spring of 2021 with Honors and a 4.0 GPA. I started at UBalt in the Fall of 2021, majoring in Human Service Administration and minoring in Psychology. On May 24, 2023, I graduated with honors with my BS in Human Service Administration. While the journey so far makes me proud, I am more than excited to announce that I will be continuing my academic journey in the Fall of 2023 as I was accepted into UBalt's Masters in Applied Psychology program, where my selected track will be Practitioner Specialization. I can't wait for this new journey to begin, and I am super excited to take everyone along with me."
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