Online Searches

In addition to our exclusive job listing, you'll find that these job sites are valuable resources:

LinkedIn is a powerful way to connect to a global network, connecting with business leaders, hiring companies and JWU graduates who have valuable connections in your industry and may know people with a job for you. Get started on LinkdIn, and use these tips to get noticed:

  • Complete your profile 100%, so top employers can easily find you.
  • Upload your resume as a Word or PDF file, so employers can access it.
  • Join appropriate groups that relate to your professional interests and skills.
  • Network with JWU graduates and join our alumni group.

Bridge Internships allows you to create a free account and search for local RI internships courtesy of the RI Student Loan Authority and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce.

Monster has over a million job postings and over 150 million resumes at any one time, and is one of the largest job search databases available.

Craigslist best known for free classified ads, but this site also offer a thriving job board, and can be especially useful for workers looking for regional work.

CareerBuilder is one of the oldest job search sites, with millions of job postings and hundreds of thousands of employers on the hunt for potential employees. 

EmployRI Network Online is managed by the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training. 

Facebook features a number of applications to assist in your job search, including Jobster Career Network, OfficeBook, Indeed Job Search, testimonials and more.

GoingGlobal provides cultural advice, traveling tips, and information on the cost of living abroad. Are you an international student interested in OPT or CPT? Use Going Global to gain employment and H1B visa information and more.

Google Alert keeps you posted with the latest news from the companies and industries you’re interested in. 

You can also find internships on CollegeGrad, CreativeHotlist, GettingthatGig, and

Research Your Industry

To find the best internship and career opportunities, you have to know your industry. Use our online resources and explore industry sites targeted to your field of study.  read more