Internships & Employment

Experiential learning is at the core of the University of Redlands experience! From service opportunities to over 100 extracurricular activities to assigned outside-the-classroom experiences, you have many opportunities to apply what you are learning to real-world situations. In addition to these opportunities, internships are a great way to further develop your skills for the world of work. You can begin your search for internship opportunities in the following ways:

Book an Appointment: Schedule an appointment with a career counselor to develop a strategy to obtain an internship. During this meeting you will discuss where you can find opportunities based on your interests and values. Steps to take in the development of your résumé/CV, networking and interview strategy can also be reviewed during follow-up sessions. Click your school/population below for appointment information.

College of Arts and Sciences Students
School of Business Students
School of Education Students
Bulldog Alumni (All Schools)

Explore Internship and Employment Opportunities in Handshake: Handshake is an interactive platform designed to connect college students and alumni with internship and employment opportunities. Handshake has relationships with over 200,000 employers from Fortune 500 companies to local businesses, schools, and non-profits in every state. Handshake’s philosophy is founded on the idea of democratizing the job search by matching talent with opportunity across diverse industries. Navigate to your school/population page to access your account, develop your profile, and start finding opportunities!

Additional Internship and Employment Resources:

Hall Network for Innovation in Public Policy Internship and Scholarship

The Ann S. Lucas Community Service Summer Internship Program:
                            Brochure                    Application

View short-term, off-campus and community opportunities on the Part-Time Job Board:

UR Connect

Connect with your academic department for potential resources and opportunities. A few examples include: