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  1. Participate in a faculty-led applied summer project addressing the needs of a community organization.
  2. Apply to be part of a research or project group during the Fall Semester before the Summer Experience.
  3. Look for the EPIC Advantage job postings in Handshake.
  4. Once you’ve heard back about your acceptance into a program, stay in touch with your faculty leader or Career Coach for further information about your upcoming experience!
  1. Engage in sustained collaborative scholarship and research activity led by faculty.
  2. Apply to be part of a research or project group during the Fall Semester before the Summer Experience.
  3. Look for the EPIC Advantage job postings in Handshake.
  4. Once you’ve heard back about your acceptance into a program, stay in touch with your faculty leader or Career Coach for further information about your upcoming experience!
  1. Acquire a summer internship and apply for funding through the Center for Career and Community Engagement.
  2. Apply for funding during the Spring Semester before the Summer Experience.
  3. Find and secure an internship on your own or with the help of a Career Coach, then meet with a Career Coach to apply.
  4. Once you’ve heard back about your acceptance into a program, stay in touch with your faculty leader or Career Coach for further information about your upcoming experience!
  1. Pursue significant career-related activities with funding support during your senior year.
  2. Apply for funding during your senior year.
  3. Identify a career-related conference, job shadow, or other experience, then look for the Senior EPIC job posting in Handshake.
  4. Once you’ve heard back about your acceptance into a program, stay in touch with your faculty leader or Career Coach for further information about your upcoming experience!

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