Searching for internships and jobs can take lots of time and effort. That’s why we pulled together a variety of opportunities on this page to help you start your search! Use this page to learn more about employers and the types of positions they are hiring for and find opportunities that match your interests and skills.
Remember, the Career Development Center is here to help you. As you’re preparing to apply for jobs, you’ll want to update your application materials and prepare for interviews (don’t wait until an interview is offered—practice beforehand so you’re ready when the offer comes!).
Jobs and internships aren’t the only way to build your resume and professional portfolio. Click here for experiential opportunities that you can participate in today that will give you the skills and experiences employers are looking for!
On-campus employment is a great way to financially support your academic pursuits while also adding an experience that you can put on your resume. Just like any job, internship, or other experiential opportunity, your on-campus job provides the opportunity to build career-readiness skills like teamwork, communication, and critical thinking. See the opportunities for on-campus employment below to get started!
If you’re interested in other ways to gain experience, click here!
If you want to gain career experience while earning money, but don’t have the space in your schedule for full-time employment, a part-time job could be a great option! You’ll learn about an organization and build your professional network, while still having time to take class, get involved on campus, spend time with your family, and support any other priorities in your life. See who’s hiring by viewing the employers and their available opportunities below!
Internships and cooperative Education (more commonly called a co-op) are great ways for college students to get practical experience in the field while building their professional experience. They also give employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent.
To learn more about internships, click here to see NACE’s perspectives and criteria for internships.
To learn more about co-ops, click here to read NACE’s research on various approaches to co-ops and what makes them distinct from internships.
Employers want to hire Rutgers-Newark students! Even if you’re not in an active search, you can explore the opportunities below to learn more about what types of positions employers are looking for, what skills they value, and what you need to do to start your application. If you’re ready to take the next step in your career journey, apply for your next opportunity today!
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