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Franklin College makes a difference in the lives of men and women who then go on to make a difference in the world.
A Franklin College education begins with a general Liberal Arts (LA) curriculum that helps students discover and develop a passion for lifelong learning. Courses provide broad exposure to math, science, history, fine arts and literature. Discussions encourage critical thinking, global awareness, collaboration and creativity. Educational experiences – both inside and outside of the classroom – involve service learning, intercultural exchange, leadership training and professional development. Through the complete liberal arts experience, graduates gain valuable skills that they can draw upon in any career they choose. Franklin College offers its students a world of possibilities.
Franklin College students have the chance to intern at various organizations and businesses around the state and even the country. Internships serve as exploratory tools, a way for students to “test drive” a career. And with the ability to gain valuable internship experience as early as freshman year, students have ample time to experience a variety of career opportunities during both spring and fall semesters as well as Winter Term.
In the past, students have interned at Rolls Royce, the Indiana Pacers, WISH TV, Indiana Senator Richard Lugar’s office, Dolphins Plus, The Indianapolis Star and the Indiana State Senate, among many other noteworthy locations. Students have also found internships at not-for-profits like Franklin Heritage, Girls Inc., Esperanza En Jesucristo,Youth Connections and the Riley Children’s Foundation.
The Franklin College faculty and staff do everything that they can to help students make valuable contacts within the working world. Students interested in internship opportunities should contact Career Services for available positions and a detailed list of internship requirements. Students are welcome to search for outside internships on their own, however, all internships must be approved by Career Services before a student will receive credit toward graduation.
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