Internship Resources

Brown University utilizes The Brown Student Job and Internship Board as the #1 way to connect with Brown University students and alumni. Once you’ve registered, you can create or update your organization’s profile, post job or internship opportunities, schedule a recruiting event, or register for our career fair.

 

Bryant University students are interested in pursuing internships that complement their academic curriculum and career interests while providing real-world experience. Employers consistently report that our interns are highly skilled, talented and motivated. The Center is the bridge between you and Bryant students seeking internships. Each year, more than 500 employers typically post internship opportunities for Bryant students.

 

 Community College of Rhode Island

 

Johnson & Wales University: Working with a student intern from Johnson & Wales University is a great way to develop your future talent pool.

 

New England Institute of Technology: The Career Services Office can assist employers with their hiring needs by identifying candidates for technical openings. Employers can expect a rapid response and no fee for services provided.

 

Providence College: Log into our online recruiting system, eFriars to post Recruit Candidates for Internships & Full-Time Jobs positions for students and alumni as well as schedule an on-campus interview date, information session, or a resume collection

 

Rhode Island College invites employers to develop a relationship with the Career Development Center so that we may help you:

  • Learn about RIC-educated students and the skills they offer
  • Connect with student and alumni job seekers
  • Find interns

Establish an on-campus presence that increases organizational visibility invite employers to develop a relationship with the Career Development Center so that we may help you:

 

Roger Williams University

 

Salve Regina University: The Office of Career Development works with a wide range of employers who are seeking to recruit talented Salve Regina students and alumni for full-time and part-time employment and internships. Employers can easily post job and internship opportunities by e-mailing position descriptions to Adam Gingras, assistant director of employer relations, at adam.gingras@salve.edu. Positions are posted for 30 days.

The Office of Career Development is eager to help your organization satisfy your hiring needs. In addition to posting employment opportunities, there are many ways employers can connect with Salve Regina students.

 

University of Rhode Island We know that our students will get a great learning experience working with your organization. So what’s in it for you? Here are a just a few of the benefits:

  • Our students have a minimum of 2 years of coursework and have a strong academic foundation.
  • Since our programs are not required, you have the opportunity to work with students who are highly motivated.
  • Hosting students is a great way to recruit potential employees for your organization.
  • Students offer a fresh perspective and can bring new ideas into your organization.
  • Get projects designed and completed in a cost-effective and timely manner.

Both you and the students will have the support and guidance of URI’s highly qualified internship faculty and experiential learning staff.