No Summer Internship? No Problem

Christina Najm Christina, Civil and Environmental, Involvement, Professional & Academic, Research, Service, Students, Study, summer, Viterbi Summer, Work Leave a Comment

These are really unprecedented times! I know I am not alone in having my academic and professional summer plans canceled, and with this, myself and many of my peers have had to get creative with the ways we are building our resumes this summer. It’s often thought that having a summer internship is key to a professionally successful summer, but …

Covid-19 and Cancelled Internships

Sheetal Madnani Chemical, Internship, Research, Sheetal, summer Leave a Comment

I awoke early in April, as many people have in the last two months, to the news that my summer internship had been canceled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Understandably, the first few days passed in a blur of panic and confusion, as this opportunity I had looked forward to since December was replaced with the fear of …

How I Found My Summer Internship!

Mark Parent Campus Events, Civil and Environmental, Internship, Life Outside Of Engineering, Mark, summer, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer, Why USC Leave a Comment

USC offers many resources when it comes to finding a summer internship or to have a job lined up after graduation. Between the Viterbi Career Center, Viterbi Career Fair, and company partnerships, there are tons of opportunities to go around; you just have to be looking! Every semester, the School of Engineering puts on a Career fair with over 180 …

What I Wish I Knew Before the Internship Search

Dominie Miyasato Biomedical, Dominie, Internship, Involvement, Major, Professional & Academic, Research, summer, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer, Work Leave a Comment

As a junior studying biomedical engineering, this fall semester was the first time I embarked on the internship hunt. Last summer, I decided to study abroad in Paris. If you checked out my blog about my Viterbi Overseas experience, you would know that it was one of the best decisions of my life. The summer after my freshman year, I …

The Summer After Freshman Year: Shattering all the Expectations

Mahima Varanasi Internship, Mahima, summer, Viterbi Summer Leave a Comment

It was this time last year that I started panicking about internships. USC and Viterbi had their career fairs, recruiters had their info sessions and it was time to apply to summer internships. Already? I, as a freshman, had only taken two months of an introductory computer science that I was seriously struggling in. How did I have enough experience …

Bonjour! Oui! Je Suis Paris!

Steven Douglass Abroad, Aerospace and Mechanical, Major, Steven, Study, summer, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer Leave a Comment

Welcome to my first installment of Study Abroad with Steven. Wow, that’s even more cheesy than anticipated. I just need somewhere to pour all of my amazing study abroad stories without any judgement of how much I talk about Europe and studying abroad.  The point of the cringeworthy alliteration above is that I want to share my experiences that I …

Best Summer of My Life: Study Abroad in Paris

Dominie Miyasato Biomedical, Dominie, Major, summer, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer, Why USC Leave a Comment

This past summer was probably the best summer of my entire life. I studied abroad in Paris through the Viterbi Overseas program! This program was unique because 40 students from Viterbi took classes that counted toward their major with professors from Viterbi. In other words, we were not affiliated with a university in Paris. It was just a small part …

1. A Gas Plant Operates at the Given Conditions (Assume Steady State)…

Jacob Toney Best of LA, Chemical, Internship, Jacob, Life Outside Of Engineering, Major, summer, Viterbi Summer, Work Leave a Comment

Howdy everyone, and welcome back! Hope your past few months were full of fun and plenty of rest. This summer I had the opportunity to intern with California Resources Corporation, where I was working as a Facilities Engineering Intern at Elk Hills near Bakersfield, California, which was a great experience that let me see the field on a daily basis. …