The Career Options Resource Center can help with every stage of your job or internship search, including finding direction, researching opportunities, and applying for positions.
You can do an internship in virtually any field, and it can be part-time, full-time, paid, or unpaid. Hampshire students do internships during the fall and spring semesters, as well as during winter and summer break. With approval from faculty, you may use an internship to fulfill your Community Engaged Learning (CEL-2) requirement.
Links to some of our favorite internship search sites
Do a summer internship with a Hampshire alum
How to include your internship experience in your transcript and have it count towards your Div II or Div III requirements
Learn how to use an internship to fulfill your CEL-2 requirement
What to think about when planning an internship and ideas for how to find or create the right internship for you
Tips and materials for getting the most out of your internship experience
Part of a rewarding life is a career that fits your interests and passions. As a Hampshire student or alum, you have many skills that will help you achieve your dreams and make a valuable contribution to society. Even if you don't find your "dream job" right away, remember that every experience you have is an important step towards finding what fulfills you. The resources below will help you along your path.
Links to some of our favorite job search sites.
A summary of the most effective ways to conduct a job search.
Up to 80% of all jobs are filled without advertising. Find out how to access the "hidden" job market.
Not sure which way to head after graduation? Having trouble choosing from a lot of options? We can help.
Wondering how you can apply your life experience to the job market? Check out these resources that support job seekers of color, the LGBT community, and others.