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American Sign Language
Language Proficiency Development
How to use this list
The posting of an internship or job does not mean that DePaul
University is making any recommendation regarding the internship or
job. Students should understand that DePaul University does not make
any representations or guarantees about the accuracy of information
regarding internships and jobs included here. Students are responsible
for requesting additional information from a potential internship site
or employer as necessary to make internship or employment decisions.
- Consider this to be a list of possibilities ~ Bi/multilingual
students have the opportunity to work in a variety of
settings. The key is to gain experiences relevant to your future career
so that employers don't have to spend more time and money to train
- Find additional internship/job options through DePaul Experience. Once you log in, click on jobs/internships and
review the jobs/internships that have been posted.
- Gather additional information about the types
of internships that are available with the companies you're interested in, research intern applicant requirements, and
gain perspective on what employers are looking for in job applicants so that you may work to gain those skills.
Students may review and apply for scholarships available to DePaul students through the Academic Works scholarship application site.