Interested in an Internship?
The Office of Career Services, Internships & Mentoring has designed a Blackboard organization that will lead you through the five steps to finding an internship. If you are confused about what an internship is or are still deciding whether you would like to pursue an internship, this Blackboard organization will also provide you with this information.
Internship Instructions for Blackboard
Internship Instructions →
Information and guidance for international students looking for an internship or job can be found here: Career Information for International Students
You may also want to consider a Micro-Internship. Micro-Internships are short-term, professional, and paid opportunities which can be completed in a matter of hours. Almost all of these opportunities can be completed remotely. They are highly-specific, project-based positions that typically consist of 20 to 40 hours of work and can occur year-round. Students that participate in micro-internships are paid a flat rate and are given a timeline to complete their projects, typically over a two to four week time period.
Click here to watch this 7 minute video overview for students about how the Parker Dewey Micro-Internship platform works.
Interested students are encouraged to:
● Create an account at http://info.parkerdewey.com/massbay
● Fill out your profile as completely as possible
● Review current Micro-Internship projects available
● Apply to projects of interest
● Continue to check the platform regularly for new opportunities
To help prevent the spread of illness, we are currrently scheduling only remote career services appointment by phone or video. Video appointments will be hosted on Microsoft Teams (sign into your MassBay Office 365 account to access this application), Zoom or WebEx.
SCHEDULE CAREER SERVICES ONLINE →
Julie Ginn, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Basch, Career Coach, email@example.com
Brenda Egan, STEM Career Coach, firstname.lastname@example.org