Intership Opportunities

  • LeadingAge Kansas is an association of 150 not-for-profit service providers dedicated to serving the needs of aging Kansans.  Our members serve nearly 25,000 seniors in Kansas. We are seeking an unpaid intern for the 2024-2025 school year to learn the ins and outs of the regulatory and legislative processes. Apply online: Direct questions: Kylee Childs, Director of Government Affairs.

Alumni Career Panels

International Careers Panel

Jenna Dolecek '13

Jenna Dolecek is an Open Source Analyst with the UN's Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar, specializing in investigating war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide. 

Matt Goad '09, KU Law '12

Matt serves as the in-house counsel for SBT Global Car Exporter in Yokohama, Japan. 

Aaron Turner '05

Aaron Turner is founder and general manager of Chalice, a niche wine import company based in Taiwan. He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. 

Legal Careers Panel 

(recording pending)

Genesis Mercado-Arias (WSU '13)  is an Immigration Attorney and also specializes in social enterprise and social impact initiatives. 
Matthew Agnew (WSU '10) is a healthcare attorney.  He also owns and manages Luminary Behavioral Health with five behavioral health clinics in Kansas, Colorado, and Texas. 
Zach Wiggins (WSU '06, KU Law '11) works at Martin Pringle, Attorneys at Law and specializes in business transactions law, banking law, and startup law.
Erin Nisly  (WSU '16, KU Law '22) Erin works as an attorney for Reno County Public Defenders in Hutchinson.
Molly Gordon (Washburn Law '07) is an Attorney with Depew Gillen Rathbun and McInteer. 

Resources at the Shocker Career Accelerator

Fall 2024 Events

  • TBD

Career Tools

  • GoinGlobal: GoinGlobal is a world-wide job search resource helping students connect with jobs and internships at home and abroad. Its resources include location-specific career guides, an H1B visa search engine, and over 16 million job and internship postings. Additionally, through its partnership with RW3 CultureWizard, users can utilize a suite of assessment and inclusion tools to learn how to better communicate and collaborate across cultures.
  • Handshake: Handshake is the #1-way college students get hired. In Handshake students can apply for on-campus employment, internships, and full-time career positions. Students can also connect with the Shocker Career Accelerator, schedule appointments and register for career fairs and events.  Students can follow these instructions to make the most of their Handshake profile and get noticed by employers.