Consider How You Can Create Career Opportunities


Internships and first jobs change lives.

As a member of the Davidson family, you are uniquely positioned to jump-start current students’ career paths. This can include offering summer internships, entry-level positions, or simply allowing students to shadow you in your current line of work over the summer.

How can you help?

Do you work at an organization that’s able to hire interns or new graduates? Will you advocate for Davidson students throughout the application process? Can you serve as a resource for Davidson students?

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We want to hear from you. If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, you might be interested in posting positions to our online career portal, Handshake, and our Job Shadowing Externship Program. To get started, we recommend working with the appropriate, industry-specific Assistant Director on our team. To confirm which Assistant Director best aligns with your company’s industry, please visit the staff page on our website, and call or email the appropriate Assistant Director. Please email if you have any questions or come across any issues.

Offered late spring and throughout the summer, our Job Shadowing Externship Program provides one-day and multi-day shadowing experiences that allow students to spend time with alumni or parent volunteers at work. Read more to see how you can become a host for our 2020 Job Shadow Program.


About Author

Kayla Corbin is the Assistant Director of Marketing & Events in the Center for Career Development at Davidson College. Kayla has been with the Center for two and a half years, and has enjoyed her time in the Center as her position has evolved over the years. In Kayla’s current role, she manages the email communication strategy, including weekly student/family newsletters, industry specific emails, bi-weekly alumni newsletters and our social media channels. She also supports all small and large-scale events for the CCD.

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