Rutgers internships are educational experiences which provide the opportunity to apply classroom learning to the work place, expand professional skills, test out career choices, earn money and/or academic credit.
Still not convinced? Visit Rutgers Career Services to review the Guide to Internships.
Internships provided by Camden
Open to Political Science & Liberal Studies only
The Rutgers-Camden e-Internship Course is by permission of instructor(s) at the Rutgers-Camden Career Center. This course is open to matriculated students in the Rutgers-Camden College of Arts & Sciences and satellite campuses. Please click here for more information.
Business students may be eligible as per Dean Levinson (email@example.com)
Internships provided by New Brunswick
Open to Labor Studies students only
Arranged by Amy Marchitto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Labor Studies internships are open to Labor Studies majors/minors only. Internships provide students with the opportunity to develop their professional skills and explore a variety of career paths. To learn more about Labor Studies internship programs please click here.
The department also provides access to a variety of online tools and portals including Career Knight.
Internships provided by Newark
Open to Social Work students only
Arranged by Jeffery Slater (email@example.com)
Social Work internships are a built in component to the program competencies. All Social Works majors are expected to complete supervised internship(s) during their junior/senior field work. Additional information also found in Field Education Manual.
Open to Journalism students only
An internship in Journalism and Media Studies is a highly recommended experience for majors. For those who have demonstrated superior skill in their field; work at least one day a week at a newspaper, magazine, broadcasting station, or public relations firm. Evaluation by staff executives of the participating organization. Open to advanced Journalism students only.