Employers Urge Students to Attend Oct. 12 Internship Fair

For most people, practice makes ­perfect, unless you’re Rafael Nadal. He was born flawless. But for the rest of us, it takes a lot of effort to make sure we’re doing something right or that this is what we want. Because of that, some wonderful person invented ­internships. They are the perfect way to gain ­experience, learn about your chosen field, and build connections in the professional world.

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Alumni Profile – CSI: Illinois Wesleyan

I once spent my May term in a forensic anthropology class. For three hours a day, I held real human bones – some hundreds of years old – briefly learned how to pick up clues from a crime scene, and eventually could tell you what the bones I spent hours staring at said about the person they once belonged to. By the end of my class, I wasn’t any sort of expert. The most I could do was answer the “Is that a bone or a stick?” question that I asked myself so many times in my adventures through parks as a child. To be honest, I don’t know the first thing about forensic science. But IWU alum, Kevin Latman could probably teach me more than I ever thought went into that field of study. For this FBI employee, CSI is just a day in the life.

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