Internships provide real world experience - a key factor employers look for when hiring. They help you stand out from the crowd when competing for a job. For more information on how to get started, explore the Internship Resources links on the left. To hear what your peers have to say, click here.
Carefully research any internship opportunity. Ideally, you will either receive credit or be paid for the experience. For credit internships, you must find a faculty sponsor to initiate the process.
Make an appointment to meet with our Internship Coordinator.
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Post an internship on UNH's Wildcat Careers.*
*If offering unpaid internships, you need approval through the New Hampshire Department of Labor (NHDOL) before posting. Go to www.nh.gov/labor/faq/school-to-work.htm. Complete the ‘Pre-Screening Form’ under the School-to-Work section of the FAQ page. You will also need to complete ‘Approval Form for Non-Paid Work-Based Activities’. Contact the NH DOL (603) 271-0127) with any questions.
Internship Posting Disclaimer
The University of New Hampshire posts advertisements and notices of internship and field experience opportunities as a service to students. The postings contain information created and maintained solely by other public and private organizations. The University does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of this outside information.
The University of New Hampshire has no formal relationship or agreement with the any of the placement sites and programs advertised or posted here, nor does it have any supervisory or administrative role in any of these programs. The University of New Hampshire does not review, nor does it render an opinion as to the safety, quality, and academic merit of any of theses internship or field experience programs and placement sites and in no way represents or acts as agent for any of the internship or field experience placement sites whose notices or advertisements are attached or posted.
Students assume all responsibility to investigate and to become informed of all aspects of the internships and field experience opportunities posted, and the University of New Hampshire assumes no liability for any loss, damage, illness, or personal injury, including pain, suffering, and death, that may be sustained by students in the course of participating in an internship or field experience posted by the University.
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