Penn State student Sushrut Shringarputale recently completed an internship at Infineon Technologies — a company that produces microelectronic chip components that increase energy efficiency and safeguard today’s staggering amount of digital data.
At Penn State Brandywine, 83% of graduates complete at least one internship compared to the national average of 69% for the class of 2014 (InternMatch survey). Penn State Brandywine emphasizes the importance of internships for their educational value, allowing students to apply classroom learning to real world experiences. Numerous other benefits exist including: increased self-awareness, skill development, discernment of interests, improved chances of employability, potential for intern to hire, expansion of professional network, professional maturity and development, the opportunity to exercise civic responsibility, preparation for graduate school application and building an impressive résumé.
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Penn State Brandywine seniors Ashley Austin and Emily Battista are completing internships at Crossroads Hospice, a hospice and palliative care center in the Philadelphia region.