Internship leads to life online at YouTube
A great location, paid time off to volunteer, engineering freedom, outstanding benefits and the opportunity to work on the fore front of the industry all sounds too good to be true but for Jamieson Kerns ’08 (computer science) this is his reality. Kerns, who interned with Google as a student at USD recently returned to campus to encourage students studying computer science and mathematics to seek opportunities with companies such as Google. From his experience, he says that “it is possible to use your degree to launch your career; you just have to make it happen. Jobs are hard to get, especially the good ones so you have to put in that extra effort.” More than half of USD students participate in an internship during their undergraduate education, making it a valuable experience that can lead to a post-college career.
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