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Michele Promaulayko '93 landed internships at McCall's and Harper's Bazaar as a Rutgers student. Now she's the  editor-in-chief of Women's Health magazine

Internships and Co-ops
Take your career for a spin.

Internships give you experience and get you noticed. When it comes to landing one, Rutgers students have two big advantages. Our location, between New York City and Washington, DC, puts you in the middle of the world’s biggest employment center. And our career services network, with six offices across the Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick campuses, supports you with one of the country’s biggest collegiate employment operations:
  • 12 career fairs every year—the largest number in the country
  • 4,450 on-campus student job interviews annually
  • 200 career seminars and panel events every year
That means you get access to hundreds of employers and thousands of internships. Who’s hiring Rutgers interns? Fortune 500 companies. Major media outlets. Global corporations. World-class arts and culture groups. International government and nonprofit organizations. So back up that college transcript with a Rutgers internship. Your résumé will thank you for it.

3 Roads to Follow  
Test-drive a career—or two or three. Rutgers gives you several options for putting your talents to work:
  • Internships give you significant work experience—paid or unpaid; part time or full time; for the summer, a semester, or a year—while earning college credit.
  • Externships let you try on a career through a short-term commitment—shadowing a professional for a day or contributing to a team project for a week.
  • Cooperative education places you full time in a salaried, for-credit position that often leads to a job offer.
Big Names, Big Gains
More than half of all Rutgers students land internships—and make career-building connections—in every field of professional endeavor. Check out this sampling of big-name employers who’ve recently hired Rutgers interns.

Media and Entertainment
Atlantic Records
MSNBC
New Line Cinema
New York City Sports Commission
New York Daily News
Sirius Satellite Radio
TimeWarner
WRAT (95.9 FM)

Financial Services
CitiGroup
Ernst & Young
Fidelity Investments
Goldman Sachs
JPMorganChase
Morgan Stanley
New York Mercantile Exchange
PricewaterhouseCoopers
UBS
Wells Fargo

Government
Embassy of Peru
National Weather Service
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Office of U.S. Representative Jim Saxton
Office of U.S. Senator Robert Menendez
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Health Care and Pharmaceuticals
Atlantic Spinal Care
Bellevue Hospital
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Colgate Palmolive
Coriell Institute for Medicine
Johnson & Johnson
Merck & Co.
Schering Plough
Newton Veterinary Hospital

Nonprofit Organizations
American Red Cross
Montclair Art Museum
New Jersey Audubon Society
New Jersey Citizen Action
The American Museum

Retail and Manufacturing
Avis Budget Group
Avon Products
Con Agra Food
L’Oreal USA
Pitney Bowes
Sun Chemical
Unilever
Walgreens