Looking for an intern?
Contact these following Berkshire institutions to connect with our next generation of creative workers.
BARD COLLEGE AT SIMON’S ROCK INTERNS
Academic and Career Resources, The Win Student Resource Commons works closely with students and academic advisors to design a program of study compatible with each student’s interests, abilities and future goals.
BERKSHIRE COMMUNITY COLLEGE INTERNS (BCC)
Career Development Center welcomes partnerships in offering students and alumni connections to organizations and businesses.
BERKSHIRE HILLS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (B-HIP)
The Berkshire Hills Internship Program (B-HIP) is an intensive summer-long arts management internship program run though Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA). Interns work in a multitude of administrative capacities including development, marketing, public relations and programming.
The Berkshire County Regional Employment Board, Inc. works with over five hundred area businesses and eleven school districts to consistently expand and develop a comprehensive system for school-to-career transition. Well over a thousand Berkshire County high school students participate in work-based-learning activities each year.
MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS INTERNS (MCLA)
MCLA boasts a long history of sending its students to a variety of corporations, organizations, and government agencies to complete internships. While the great majority of students serve internships over the summer, a small percentage choose to intern during the academic year.
WILLIAMS COLLEGE INTERNS
The Office of Career Counseling (OCC) at Williams College works with representatives from all sectors – private, public, education, and non-profit – who recruit on campus for both internships and full-time job opportunities. Offering a full range of services to advance the recruiting relationship between employers and students, including resume collections, information sessions and on-campus interviewing.
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