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Government Internships For College Students

Dustin Said:

What would be the ideal salary for a college student out of college with a license and internship?

We Answered:

universities.atwebpages.com - I found such internship info here. It has lots of internships, job openings and scolarships for college students.

Lonnie Said:

How good of a graduate school can I get into with these credentials?

We Answered:

It does depend on your GRE scores, of course, but with a 4.0 GPA and all of your activities, you should be able to get into some really strong graduate schools, even if your college isn't at the top. If you can fit in some of what you told us about why you chose that college initially, it will help with your applications; most universities understand that some students just didn't get very good guidance before starting college. Besides, if you had gone to a better school, you may not have had all the opportunities that you did at your college because of the competition you would have faced.

I don't know your fields and which schools are at the top, but I'm thinking that if I were to do this, I would look at the types of places where you want to end up and see where the people there got their degrees. For example, if you decide to go the Medieval Studies route and your dream is to be a professor at a top liberal arts college, google a list of the top liberal arts colleges (or go on U.S. News for it), then look at where the professors there got their doctorates. Or if you want to go into student affairs and imagine yourself at a particular type of school, see what you can find out about the V.P.s for Student Affairs at schools of that nature. Those things are often on a school's website, or you can find the person's name and look for their LinkedIn profile to get an idea of where they got their degrees.

My guess is that you can go far. Your work experience will help if you go into student affairs; not so much if you go into medieval studies or English/Germanic languages. Don't undersell yourself, but you will need back-up schools, just as one does when applying for college, since there are never any guarantees.

I would also recommend that for both student affairs and medieval studies, you look at doctoral programs, not master's programs. Medieval studies won't be very useful outside of academia, and for a faculty position you would need a doctorate. The top jobs in student affairs these days are also looking for people with doctorates, and you could be stuck at a lower level than you are capable of if you aim too low academically. For the history of languages, I'm assuming you are also looking at academic jobs, rather than teaching English and German at the high school level? In that case, unless the program has a prerequisite of a master's degree, you should also be looking at doctorates.

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