Earning a bachelor's degree in economics is an important step to understanding the language of money, how it moves across the world, and how it can be used to influence decisions.
Real World Experience U.S. Mint internship is priceless experience
Before Valerie Lamb ’18 reported to work for her summer internship, she knew little about the U.S. Mint or its Heritage Assets Program. The Miami native had never lived in Washington, D.C., nor learned to navigate its metro system. She was uncertain if she would like the work and nervous about managing life in the city. But Lamb, a Political Science & International Studies major with an Acting minor, recognized the valuable opportunity and seized it.