We are committed to finding opportunities for our students, both while they are students at Towson and after graduation
Is an internship right for you? Where do you find one? Can one be used as credit toward graduation? And what about after graduation -- grad school or a job? And what kind of job does this major help you get? In the department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences, every student is paired with an adviser from the faculty that most closely aligns with their interests. The adviser will help create the roadmap to graduation -- classes to take and when to take them -- but will also serve as a link to the world beyond Towson. They can help you identify appropriate internships and research opportunities and suggesting options for the future based on your interests and abilities.
On this page are some of the possibilities you may wish to investigate further or discuss with your adviser.
|Organization||More Information||Date Posted||Deadline|
|Maryland Department of Environment
Student technical assistantships
|Student Technical Assistants||05/07/15||May 14|
|Versar, Inc. Environmental Science Technician||03/31/15||ASAP|
|GSA/ExxonMobil||Bighorn Basin Field Award||02/03/15||April 17|
|GSA/ExxonMobil||Field Camp Scholar Award||02/03/15||April 15|
|Los Alamos National Laboratory||Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience program||02/10/15||March 27|
The TU Career Center is here to help educate and empower you with career planning and implementation. We’ve put together a comprehensive database of career information to help you start figuring out what you can do with your major: