Career Resource Center

Internships

How Can the Career Resource Center Assist Me With Finding an Internship?

*In-person internships needed to be considered with caution. If you are offered an in-person or hybrid internship, it is strongly recommended that you and the employer follow all federal and state health guidelines

Search for hundreds of internship opportunities using resources provided by the Career Resource Center. Utilize the Internship Search Guide and/or make an appointment with a Career Coach!

Christine Daly: Business & Engineering
Beth King: Internship Coordinator
Samantha Lopes: Education & Science
Dawn McCaw: Assistant Director | F&PA
Mark McFadden: Director
Meghan Lambert: Liberal Arts & Sciences

OR please call 845-257-3265

Internship search resources provided by the Career Resource Center:

  • CareerShift: Signup using your Office 365 (@newpaltz.edu) email account to login and uncover numerous opportunities
  • Handshake (replaced HawkHire): Find internships, find company reviews, and connect with hundreds of employers.
  • Micro-Internships: Paid short-term projects (20-40hours) with employers across a wide range of industries. 

Other, reliable internship search resources:

Other Internship Related Links:


CAS Internship Stipend Program
The CAS Internship Stipend Program is a highly selective and competitive program that offers a limited number of scholarship stipends up to $2,000 for the fall and spring semesters to students involved in a semester-long internship or student teaching placement. Students participating in a full-time (20+ hours per week) summer internship may be eligible for a scholarship stipend in an amount up to $3,000. For more information see the CAS Internship Stipend .

CAS Internship Stipend Application and Deadline
CAS Internship Stipend Application
Spring 2022 - Fri. December 3, 2021 @ 4:00 p.m. 

Important information about internships for academic credit

  • SUNY New Paltz's Internship Program is an academic program where students work/intern at companies related to their academic major or minor.
  • Student interns can receive 1-15 credits towards their degree requirements.
  • A SUNY New Paltz faculty member from a student’s major or minor department will supervise each intern. The faculty member will assign academic work and award a final grade.
  • The internship can be paid or unpaid.
  • Follow these steps to finding an internship to earn academic credit for your internship.

Please take our Internship Survey!

For more information, contact:
Beth King
Internship Coordinator
Career Resource Center
Humanities Classroom Building, Room 105
Phone: 845-257-3265