Participating in an internship is a great way to test your career goals, enhance professional skills, and develop your self-esteem.
Internships also encourage networking with industry professionals, boosting your prospects for employment after graduation.
Here are just a few examples of organizations where Harrington School interns and graduates are hired:
Alex and Ani
American Cancer Society
Boston Red Sox
Ellen DeGeneres Show
New York Jets
Sirius Satellite Radio
Whole Foods Magazine
Ways to Find Your Internship
- Meet with your Department Chair or Academic Advisor for approval of internship, confirmation of available free elective credits, and referral to the Center for Career and Experiential Education (CCEE) office.
- Explore our RhodyNet database of current internship opportunities on campus, in Rhode Island, and around the country and world. Students are also e-mailed a weekly summary of the most current opportunities available.
- Attend an Information Session with CCEE. Information Sessions are held Monday-Friday at 11:00am and 2:00pm in Roosevelt Hall, first floor. No registration is necessary. Drop-in office hours are also held every day, no appointment necessary.
- Meet with a CCEE advisor for registration, confirmation of internship site and paperwork, and orientation to the internship seminar. Contact Jenna Visinho for details.