Recruiting NJ Interns
Do you have internship opportunities within your organization that you are looking to fill with high school or college students? BioNJ has created this list of resources to help your company find promising talent.
The Academy for Mathematics, Science and Engineering: The Academy for Mathematics, Science and Engineering is a rigorous, highly focused four-year program for Morris County students with a career interest in engineering. Students complete a challenging curriculum and participate in technical internships with partners from business and industry.
Biotechnology High School: Biotechnology High School, an International Baccalaureate World School, integrates life science, technology and engineering into a rigorous curriculum that inspires students toward open-minded participation in the global community and prepares them for higher education and leadership in an increasingly demanding workplace through scholarly research, original investigations and interactive partnerships.
High Technology High School: High Technology High School is a pre-engineering career academy that emphasizes the interconnections among mathematics, science, technology and humanities. Its mission is to prepare students to become proactive and creative problem solvers, effective communicators and tomorrow’s leaders through rigorous, specialized curriculum and collaborative partnerships.
Middlesex County Academy for Science Mathematics and Engineering Technology: The mission of the Middlesex County Academy for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies is to offer a rigorous, comprehensive curriculum that provides the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge that are prerequisites for success in engineering.
Science Park High School: The mission of Science Park is to offer students a high-quality educational experience. Our students will be prepared to engage in further study and make lifelong contributions in the STEM fields, with an appreciation for the arts.
Students 2 Science: S2S’s mission is to inspire, motivate and educate elementary, middle and high school students in economically disadvantaged communities to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM subjects) and foster a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
Union County Vocational-Technical Schools: The UCVTS-WBL (Work Based Learning) program was established to provide students a learning opportunity in a workplace setting. Mentoring opportunities have furthered such educational pursuits as scientific investigation and application of technology. The WBL experience will provide the opportunity for the student to experience “work-based learning” by placing them in a career setting, where they are studying, with local companies.
The College of New Jersey Handshake: Handshake is TCNJ’s recruitment program which allows students/alumni to submit resumés to potential employers and/or interview one another regarding possible employment and intern opportunities.
Drew University: The Center for Career Development is an integral part of LAUNCH, Drew’s customizable undergraduate education platform that prepares students for personal and professional success. Through LAUNCH, our team is part of a larger experiential learning network that stretches across the University and engages students in our rigorous academics, networked mentorship, purposeful experiences, and powerful community.
Fairleigh Dickinson University: Career Development Center is here to guide you, from finding your path to landing your dream job. Employers are welcome to come participate in on campus recruiting, an information session or career fair.
Kean University: Hire Our Students – Kean University welcomes all employers to post positions through Kean’s Online Employment & Internship Portal. Employers can post full-time, part-time and internship positions. Free Job postings are available to view 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Monmouth University: This mission of Career Development is to be a comprehensive resource center for students and alumni, providing the appropriate services and information that will assist them in successfully meeting their career objectives; to provide students and alumni with information, strategies and skills necessary for their career development and to provide mutually beneficial links between students and employers.
Montclair State University: Career Services team of career professionals connects you with a diverse pool of talented, motivated candidates who are ready to get to work and make a positive impact on your organization. Our comprehensive menu of services gives you the on-campus visibility you need to connect with the right candidates to fill your full-time, part-time and co-op/internship positions.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT): Our recruiting services are designed to help you establish personal connections with qualified and diverse students and graduates.
Princeton GradFUTURES®: A campus-wide professional development initiative, to empower graduate students with the professional competencies and connections they need to chart their future with clarity and confidence. GradFUTURES serves as a hub solely dedicated to connecting all graduate students to programs, resources, opportunities, graduate alumni and other leaders who can help them explore and pursue their unique interests.
Princeton University: Center for Career Development – The Center for Career Development assists undergraduate and graduate students to explore and prepare for careers that resonate with their skills, strengths, interests and values. The Center for Career Development partners with employers to provide students with access to experiential opportunities and meaningful jobs and internships.
Rider University: Career Center is designed to serve the entire Rider University community. Whether you are a current student, parent, a graduate of Rider, an employer or member of the Rider faculty and staff, we’re here to offer support, insight and expertise to those on and off campus to share the strength of the Rider University experience with the workforce and the world.
Rowan ProfJobs: Rowan University students and alumni have access to the ProfsJobs system to search for internships and job opportunities. Employers are encouraged to post all open positions available throughout the year. There is no charge to employers for posting positions.
Rutgers Handshake: A platform for all things related to career exploration, finding an internship, on-campus or off-campus positions, or landing a job opportunity. Graduate students can utilize Rutgers Handshake to access thousands of job and internship listings in the system.
Seton Hall University: The Career Center’s assists students in finding career preparation experiences which provide them with the opportunity to develop key competencies, gain confidence in their career decisions and begin to create a professional network.
Stevens Institute of Technology: The Stevens Career Center can aid employers seeking top talent for full-time professional jobs, cooperative experiences and internships for their organizations.
Stockton University: Career Education & Development offers a variety of ways for employers to reach Stockton University students and graduates. Whether you are searching for interns or seeking to fill part-time and full-time career positions, we can connect you to a diverse pool of extremely qualified candidates.
St. Peter’s University: The Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL) strives to prepare and empower students to make informed career choices that will lead to meaningful careers and purposeful lives. Through our diverse network of employer and community partners we connect students to internships and professional opportunities. The Transformative Experiences (TREX) Program is an opportunity for students in STEM majors (Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics) to engage in a paid internship program that also counts for academic credit.
William Paterson University: Career Development Center is dedicated to the development of innovative programs and the creation of strong partnerships with our organizations serving many different industries. We are committed to serving our students through undergraduate, graduate and alumni opportunities, including internships, part-time and full-time positions.
BioNJ’s Talent and Career Portal: BioNJ’s Talent Services Career Portal is where life sciences applicants go first to find their next job opportunity. Whether posting a job or searching BioNJ’s robust resume database, you are sure to find qualified candidates to meet your hiring needs. It’s the perfect place to post intern opportunities within your organization.
NJ Career Accelerator Internship Grant Program: OSHE is striving to strengthen the connections between employers and New Jersey institutions of higher education (IHEs) to generate those opportunities while ensuring that there are positive educational impacts for all students. This grant program will provide funding to New Jersey employers who are interested in hosting undergraduate interns from New Jersey’s IHEs. The grant program aims to foster mutually beneficial relationships between New Jersey’s undergraduate students and New Jersey-based employers.
NJ Pathways: New Jersey’s Community Colleges and the New Jersey Business and Industry Association are joining together with employers, industry associations, labor unions, education institutions and workforce development partners to provide students and workers with the career pathways they need to find new careers and opportunity, and to ensure that employers have access to a highly skilled workforce to meet critical labor market needs.
CareerTechNJ: New Jersey County vocational-technical schools thrive thanks to the support of business leaders, local employers, community partners and labor unions that advise our schools and hire students and graduates. Thousands of business partners throughout the state serve as mentors, classroom lecturers and employers.