The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) prepares undergraduate students for a variety of exciting and challenging career opportunities including: preschool teaching; administering programs for young children, adolescents, and adults; parent education; mental health services; child advocacy; and cooperative extension. Senior HDFS interns have been placed in outstanding work settings throughout the United States such as Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital, the Children's Television Workshop/Sesame Street, Walt Disney World, and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Interns have also been placed in many local schools, counseling centers, social service agencies, court systems, and assisted living facilities for seniors. Our undergraduate students have also participated in international internships in Costa Rica, Germany, England, Italy, Switzerland, and New Zealand, to name a few. Many HDFS interns are hired by the placement site and move from HDFS directly into a satisfying professional career.