Internships provide hands-on work experience, professional contacts, and in some cases, payment and course credit. If you are looking to secure your future job prospects, an internship is a great place to start.
Many Computer Science students obtain internships through our cooperative program with Argonne National Laboratory, and many of these internships turn into full-time jobs after graduation. In fact, more than 40 members of Argonne National Laboratory's I.T. staff are former Lewis graduates.
Other students choose to work in the Office of Information Technology Services on campus, as lab assistants in Lewis' computer labs, or as interns for one of our many corporate partners.Share ➤