Employment and Internship Resources

The Career Development office helps students prepare application materials that will help highlight their skills and stand apart to potential employers and internship providers. Students receive guidance and resources on resume preparation, professional etiquette, cover letter writing, interview preparation (including mock interviews), and full access to our yearly University-wide career fair.

Career Development is also available to consult with students on how and where to best conduct a job or internship search, as well as alert students to opportunities as they arise. As a result, many College of Arts and Sciences students undertake a wide variety of internships during their time at Quinnipiac, leading to a more complete resume and broader employment options at the time of graduation.

Sample Internship Destinations

Amgen Make-A-Wish Foundation
Bristol-Meyers Squibb Pfizer
Deloitte Random House Publishing
Department of Justice Travelers
Federal Bureau of Investigation United Way
Harper Collins Publishers Yale University
Liberty Mutual

 








Sample Employers

Adecco MetLife
Americorps Peace Corps
Brigham and Women's Hospital Playworks
Creative Artists Agency The Hartford
ESPN Time, Inc.
Law firms, hospitals & school districts nationwide Yale University










Below are links to career information provided by professional associations, student honor societies and leading publications.

Behavioral neuroscience Legal studies
Biochemistry Mathematics
Biology Political science
Chemistry Psychology
Computer science Social services
Criminal justice Sociology
English Spanish
Gerontology Theater
History
Interactive digital design














In addition, in-depth occupational profiles with information about the necessary training and education, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions is available in the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.

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