Internships at Saint Joseph’s University

The Career Development Center encourages students, of all majors and class years, to complete at least two internships or other experiential learning opportunities before graduation. Participating in an internship is an invaluable way to apply what you’re learning in the classroom, figure out if a particular career path is the right one for you, network and build relationships with professionals in your field(s) of interest, build the “Experience” section of your resume, and for some majors, to earn academic credit.

Your internship search should be a combination of several strategies, integrating both technology and face to face interactions/networking.  For more information on navigating your internship search, view the Hawk's Guide to Internships or call (610) 660-3100 to make an appointment with a career counselor. The Career Development Center is prepared to help you find the right internship! 

Hawks' Guide to Internships

Internship Related Links and Opportunities!

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Find an Internship through SJUcareers:

SJUcareers is an online site that allows Saint Joseph's University students and alumni to access hundreds of Full Time, Internship, Part Time, Work Study/On-Campus and Volunteer opportunities.  Through SJUcareers, users can post resumes, apply to positions and participate in the on-campus interviewing program.  Login to your account today using the SJUcareers login box on the right hand side of this page.  All current Saint Joseph's University students have an SJUcareers account, if you need help logging in please email or call 610.660.3100.

Please be advised that the Career Development Center, while certainly taking steps to ensure the legitimacy and accuracy of job descriptions, is not able to fully research and validate the integrity of ALL organizations or individuals that list opportunities with our office. It is an excellent practice, and highly recommended, that students use good judgment to discern the quality and professionalism of each listing. Students with questions or concerns about particular job listings are invited to contact the Career Development Center.