Student Life

Employer Relations

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Student Internships

Internships provide University of Redlands students the opportunity to gain work experience while employers benefit from bright, highly motivated students who contribute positively to their organization.

The Office of Professional Development encourages students to seek internships that are either paid or for academic credit. Academic internships are negotiated between the student and a sponsoring faculty member.

For both paid internships, and those for academic credit, it is the employing organization's responsibility to assume liability for interns working on their premises. The University of Redlands does not accept responsibility for student/intern liability during an internship.

Full-Time Employment

University of Redlands graduates have a strong track record of achieving results for a wide range of employers. When your company or organization is seeking well qualified talent for full-time employment, please contact us to create a relationship and to discuss your interests and needs.


University of Redlands students contribute more than 100,000 hours of community service annually.
students helping the community

All as part of our time-honored tradition of putting their passion, knowledge and heart to work for the betterment of the world.

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