Hampshire's self-designed curriculum inspires students to take initiative, be resourceful, and approach their life work with creativity and passion. As interns and employees, Hampshire students and alumni bring exceptional skills and qualities to your organization. Hampshire's unique academic program allows students to get credit for most internships, at any time of year.
Working with interns from Hampshire gives you the opportunity to:
Whether this is your first time offering an internship or you are an experienced supervisor, this guide will answer your questions.
Hamplink, our job and internship database, makes it easy for you to post, manage, and edit positions for Hampshire students and alumni. This is the most efficient way to post.
1. Click below to post a job or internship on HampLink
2. Click "Register and Post a Position"
3. Follow the instructions
Your password will be assigned via email.
Please contact us at 413.559.5445 or firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Hampshire alumni, please contact us by email to let us know if you have posted a position on HampLink!
To ensure that your listing is posted promptly, please include the following information in the body of the email:
This past summer  we had one of your students, Anton Kaplan, intern with us in our art studio for adults with disabilities. He was a superb addition to our studio program, and we were bereft when he left. If he represents the caliber of student at Hampshire College, we would like to have more interns from there.
Judith Zoon, NIAD Art CenterEmily Packer [Hampshire Intern, Summer 2013] completed her internship with extraordinary poise and outstanding efficiency… She was self-motivated, a creative thinker, learned from mistakes quickly, and took criticism perfectly. Emily is the rare blend of innovative outside-the-box thinking, and old-fashioned elbow-grease. It is refreshing to be able to completely rely on an intern.
Gabriel Bellman, San Francisco Frozen Film Festival