Searching for Internships & Jobs

Internships & Jobs

Your Internship & Job Search

It is easy to feel overwhelmed at the prospect of seeking a new internship or job. The Experiential Education & Career Services Center aims to relieve you of any related excess anxiety or pressure.
Whether through an individual career counseling session, eRecruiting or an in-class workshop, the Center will work to introduce you to a wide array of tools which will facilitate your internship and job search process. These resources, in addition to an ever-growing employer contact database, are available to all Newbury students and alumni.

Resume Guide & Workbook

When applying for internships and jobs, you will often be required to submit a resume by way of an application. A resume is a document, which lists and summarizes your education, skills, and qualifications related to the field of work you are entering. A resume is used to apply for internships, jobs, or leadership opportunities, and its goal is to get you an interview.

The Resume Guide
posted here serves as a workbook that can guide you through the process of drafting a college level resume. Also included are sample cover letters and thank-you notes, all of which are integral to communicating effectively with employers.

Larinda Cole,
Director of Experiential Education & Career Services
Student Success Center | Academic Center #124
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.