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Career Planning & Internships

We live in a fast-changing and complex world. Employers are looking for ARHU majors, who bring insight, creativity, intercultural awareness and excellent communication skills to the increasingly global marketplace. 

Career Resources

ARHU Career and Internship Courses Internship Experiences/FAQ
Terp Guide Focus 2
Careers4Terps Applying to Graduate School
Where ARHU Alums Go ARHU LinkedIn Group
Upcoming Career Events Terrapins Connect (Alumni Network) 
Industry Guides Intern For a Day

University Career Center @ ARHU

All appointments at the University Career Center @ ARHU are scheduled through the University Career Center & The President’s Promise, so get started today by reserving an appointment through Careers4Terps by logging in and clicking "Request a Career Advising Appointment" in the shortcuts menu or  you may call 301.314.7225 with questions.  During the semester, walk-in hours are also provided by the University Career Center @ ARHU on Mondays from 1:30 pm- 3:30 pm and Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 am. All walk-in and scheduled appointments are held in 1118 Francis Scott Key Hall. You may also RSVP for career events and programs of interest through the ARHU Student Affairs Facebook Page.

Services provided by the University Career Center @ ARHU:

  • Job search strategies (networking, follow-up etiquette, informational interviews, etc.)
  • Developing customized application materials for desired industry or field of choice
  • Preparing for interviews
  • Salary research
  • How to make contacts within a specific industry
  • Internship search strategies

If you need introductory information about resumes, internships or career exploration, you may also schedule an appointment with a general career advisor in the University Career Center & The President's Promise, located at 3100 Hornbake Library, South Wing, by calling 301.314.7225. You may also be interested in taking a 1-credit online career development course

Learn more about career options with ARHU majors:

American Studies Dance Linguistics
Art (Studio Art) English Music
Art History History Philosophy
Classics Jewish Studies Theatre
Communication Languages, Literature, and Cultures Women's Studies