Student Life

For Employers

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Hiring a Student Part-Time

Want to hire a University of Redlands student to meet your tutoring, childcare, house-sitting, pet-sitting, clerical or other employment needs? The Student Development Center actively seeks part-time off-campus job postings for students. To post a part-time position for students please complete the Part-Time Off-Campus Job Posting Request Form online. Your posting will be confirmed by e-mail and interested students will contact you as directed.  

Finding a Student Intern

Internships are mutually beneficial relationships. Internships provide University of Redlands students the opportunity to apply classroom theory to real world situations while employers benefit from bright, highly motivated students who contribute positively to their organization.

The Office of Career Services encourages students to seek internships that are either paid or for which academic credit is possible. While paid internships are generally most attractive to students, academic internships can enable the students to earn 2-4 credits on a credit/ no-credit basis. Note: Academic internship requirements vary from department to department.

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.

Employers may post internship opportunities free of charge on the University of Redlands Online Career Center where they will note in the upper right hand corner "employers click here" to get started.

Questions regarding internships should be directed to the Office of Career Services at cascareerservices@redlands.edu 

Advertising Full-Time Positions

The Office of Career Services actively encourages employers to engage with University of Redlands students in a variety of ways with an emphasis placed on what will best meet the needs of the employer. Informational sessions and on-campus interviews are the two options most often utilized. Employers interested in having a presence at the University of Redlands should contact Erik Larsen, Director of Career Services.

Employers may also advertise full-time positions to graduating seniors and/or alumni free of charge on the University of Redlands Online Career Center where they will note in the upper right hand corner "employers click here" to get started.


There are more than 1,700 trees on the University of Redlands campus.
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In April 2010, it was designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Redlands is among just three other colleges or universities in California to receive this designation.

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