As a Truman student, you start building connections to the professional world through opportunities for internships ranging from top accounting firms, to movers and shakers in the automotive industry, to working on public health issues in Haiti. Truman sponsors the Missouri Government Internship in Jefferson City, and the Harry S. Truman Presidential Museum and Library Internships in Independence, Mo., and is affiliated with The Washington Center Internship Program in the nation’s capital. We’ve sent students all across the country and around the world for internships and more.
Your Truman mentors help you prepare for the work you’ll do in your first career and beyond. Thanks to our small classes, you get to know your professors who can help you explore career options and provide grad school advising. The Career Center will work with you to find options that match your skills and interests to the right workplace. And a network of more than 62,000 Truman alumni living around the world serve as career contacts for internship and job opportunities.
I loved this internship because it was hands-on history. It wasn’t just sitting in the library reading a book for a class. It was opening, cleaning, restoring, and reading documents that hadn’t been uncovered in over 100 years. It made me excited about local history and the communities surrounding Kirksville.
The most important experience I had at Truman for the job I’m about to go into was the Missouri Government Internship…being involved in the day-to-day happenings at the Capitol really prepared me to work in state government.