Looking for ways to boost your resume, receive more experience in your field of study or become more active in the community? You are in the right place!
Throughout college, students can gain first-hand experience by traveling abroad, participating in undergraduate research, joining an on-campus organization, and volunteering within the community to enhance their overall academic experience.
Most entry-level jobs require experience before hiring; an internship, co-op or externship could be just what you need to gain the qualifications needed for today’s job market!
Looking for credit for an internship? Please refer to our Internship Brochure.
- Do you know where you want to intern?
- Do you qualify for credit-based internships?
- Do you need help interviewing?
- Do you have what it takes to get started: a resume, cover letter and references?
If you have difficulty answering these questions, stop by today and schedule an appointment with a career counselor at the College Avenue or Busch office OR attend one of our “All About Internships” workshops. You can also view our "All About Internships" presentation online.
Take some time to view the links below to familiarize yourself more.
Career Services at Rutgers University-New Brunswick offers the following employment services to students and alumni of Rutgers University: CareerKnight (on-campus interviewing; students only), career fairs, online job postings (through Monster), a resume database, internship services and employer information sessions.
Career Services makes every effort to gauge the integrity and professionalism of all employers participating in any of these employment services. However, we are not responsible for the integrity and professionalism of participating employers or for the content of any job posted through Monster or any linked site. Finally, while Career Services encourages employers to maintain professional and ethical recruiting practices and standards, we are not responsible for the hiring or employment practices of any employers that recruit Rutgers students or alumni.
Students and alumni are responsible for researching and assessing the integrity and professionalism of the employers to which they apply and with which they interview. Students and alumni should always be vigilant, responsible and professional when interviewing and accepting employment.
If a student has a problem with any employer, he or she should contact Career Services immediately, and we will take appropriate action with the employer on behalf of the student.