Think local: While you attend Hartwick, take advantage of our incredible local partners and their internship opportunities waiting to be filled.
You’ll be surprised to see what organizations and opportunities are waiting for your application! We’ve done the leg work for you, now you just need to apply.
Check out these great sources for finding internships:
- WICKWorks, Powered by Purple Briefcase: Connect with Hartwick Partners and find opportunities organized and maintained by your Career Development Office.
- LinkedIn: Network with alumni and to search for internships or jobs by title, interest, region, or connections. Be certain to meet with your Career Development team to make sure your LinkedIn profile is polished before diving into this tool and to get a good guide on finding those roles and potential mentors.
- International Internships and Emerson and Duffy Internship Options: A constantly updated list of international internship opportunities that we have researched and/or have been conducted by Hartwick students in the past. If you’re thinking of applying for an Emerson or Duffy Scholarship, these are great options for you to consider! Drop-in and meet with an Internship Advisor to view this list of opportunities.
- Idealist.com: Large Internship and Job Hosting Site
- Indeed: Large Internship and Job Hosting Site
- WayUp: Internships tailored to your interests
- ZipRecruiter: Search for jobs hiring in a specific area, Salary Calculator & jobs for Veterans
- Google: Use google to research specific organizations and look at their career pages for internship opportunities.
Drop into Career Development (first floor, Golisano Hall) to look through our printed resource library. You will find new resources of where to look for internship opportunities by major and interest. Our staff on the Career Development team are here to help you find the right documents.
Remember to register your internship for credit!
Still, figuring out your interests?
- O*Net: Build your future with O*Net Online
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education, and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
- Self-Directed Search: Meet with a Career Development advisor to take an assessment that can help you clarify your career goals and interests.