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Each year, more than 1,600 students participate in paid and unpaid internships. With opportunities to explore careers, gain professional experience and prepare for graduation, our students enhance their skills and qualifications for their future jobs. As they discover the work they love, they can earn academic credit and often earn additional income as well. 

The Internship Program Office assists Bridgewater State University students who are eager to gain practical work experience, develop new skills, network and apply classroom theory in a professional setting.

Career Services and the Internship Program now use the Handshake platform. Join Handshake today!

Carolyn King, '23, posing in front of a sailing ship
I can’t overstate how grateful I am that I was picked to do this project. This internship has been a blessing. It’s opened many doors for me.
Carolyn King, ’23
Internship Partner: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
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Secure Position
Graduate college internship leads to career in cybersecurity
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Building a Career

Senior laying foundation for dualling careers in teaching and construction 

BSU Works
The Job Ahead
Meet new director of Career Services and the Internship Program Office
Cleared for Takeoff
Logan internship prepares senior for career in aviation
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Foundational Work
Summer internship with area nonprofit prepares senior for future 
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Dog Days of Summer

Internship with campus police K-9 unit paves the way for senior’s future