Your moment to take flight.
With professional opportunities that build your experience—and your confidence—you’ll be ready for a meaningful and satisfying career after graduation.
Learn Outside of The Classroom
Every Hartwick student has the chance to gain international skills and acquire a global perspective. With the help of our Office of Global Education, you can get out of the classroom and learn on location for a semester, for a year, or over J Term. Be sure to ask about scholarships for international study.
Through your Guidance Team, you can connect to real-world internship opportunities that pertain to your field of study. As you network with alumni and get practical work experience, you’ll be even better prepared for a successful career.
Hartwick invests in your future, and your global understanding. Talk to your professors and apply for a funded Emerson International Internship or a Duffy Ambassador Fellowship. Stepping outside your comfort zone really will change your life.
Other Immersive Learning Experiences
J Term gives you opportunities to go deep into your major during an immersive, three-week learning experience. You can study abroad off-campus, do research alongside your professors on campus, take care of a course requirement, or go in-depth with a special interest class. Whatever you choose, it’s all focused on you.
You’ll work directly alongside faculty as you collaborate on research initiatives, develop hypotheses, present at regional and national conferences, and even have a chance at a Freedman Prize for your work.
Looking for an extra challenge? The Hartwick Honors Program offers outstanding students the chance to broaden their perspectives and further deepen their education. Work closely with faculty and live with other Honors students, as you pursue your FlightPath.
"I can perform in a high-stakes environment. All the things I did at Hartwick made me who I am. I don’t crack under pressure. At Hartwick I got good at taking risks, building communication skills, and balancing responsibilities. I’m really happy to be where I am."
Stephanie Sacco ’18
Air Force Proposal Manager Lead at Sikorsky, a division of Lockheed Martin