Internships provide you with experience in the field, a chance to confirm the career is a right fit and makes you more marketable for a full time job. But did you know that while all types of internships can have value, NACE research has found that students with paid internships had more job offers, higher starting salaries, and a shorter job search, after graduation
- Go to HireBC (career section) and enter paid in keyword search. Check out the list of paid internships recently added to HireBC
- Apply for a career program that will help you secure an internship if selected.
- Check out the list of companies that have internships every year and sometimes even every semester or check out these summer research opportunities
- Apply for a stipend to cover unpaid internships (only for BC students)
- Subscribe to CUNY’s weekly jobs and internships newsletter since they often have paid internships listed.
- Attend the job fair and events with employers that are hosted by our office, BC departments or offices, club events and events held by outside organizations.
- Review external websites and articles that can help you find paid internships
8. School specific career pages that includes information about paid internships School of Business: School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences: School of Education: Psychology School of Visual Media and
Performing Arts: School of Humanities and Social Sciences: Undecided / All Majors (under construction)
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Other important resources and information
- Can’t find a paid internship? Do you when you should consider an unpaid internship? Here is a checklist of things to help you decide whether the unpaid internship may be worth it.
- Don’t get scammed: We suggest you review the following checklist before applying to a job/internship and that you review our employer red flags before you apply or interview for any position posted anywhere.