The Internship Program at Bristol Community College is an academic program, which connects students to employers in a semester-long supervised work experience related to the students’ major or field of interest.
When it comes to starting a career, experience matters. Benefits of participating in an internship include:
- Earn 3 credits towards your degree program at Bristol (CED 210)
- Receive placement assistance and professional guidance to achieve career goals
- Develop marketable skills and a competitive resume
- Establish contacts and references in your field
- Confirm academic and career goals prior to graduating and/or transferring to a 4-year institution
How can you get started?
Preparedness is key when seeking and obtaining an internship. All students looking to participate in an internship must attend one 1-hour Internship Prep Workshop. Within this workshop, students will work with Experiential Education staff to understand the policies and procedures of the Internship Program, what to expect at the internship site, begin the process of developing a resume, and identify sites of interest. Below are available dates, times, and campus locations.
To register for a workshop contact our office via phone at 774.357.2407 or via email at EEC@bristolcc.edu
Benefits of hosting an intern include:
- Bristol matches your company with pre-screened, goal-oriented students
- Increase the cost-effectiveness of recruitment, training, and retention
- Opportunity to mentor and train motivated students
- Partner with Bristol to help align academic learning with the skills needed in the workplace
Interns from Bristol meet the following pre-qualifications:
- Are in good academic standing at the College
- Completed at least 27 credits (are a sophomore level or higher)
- Participate in a professional development seminar
- Available 8 to 12 hours per week during the Fall & Spring Semesters; Students are available for additional hours during the Summer Semester (Minimum of 120 total hours is required for all semesters)
For New Employers
Interested in hosting an intern? Complete this form to get started working with Bristol’s Internship Program.
The mutual goal of faculty, staff, and the Experiential Education Center is student success; by working together, we can ensure that the transition from student to professional is as seamless as possible. We look forward to working with you.
**Please advise students that participation in one Internship Prep Workshop is required of all students prior to registering for a credit bearing internship (CED 210)
If you are interested is having an EEC staff member provide a classroom presentation on the internship program, please complete this form. Share Employer Contacts:
- Do you know recruiters from an organization that would hire Bristol students for an internship?
- Which professional associations have memberships that would benefit Bristol students in your field?
- Refer your contacts and recommendations to email@example.com
If you have an interest in hosting a Bristol student for an on-campus internship within your department, please complete this form.
Caroline Reusch has a passion for helping animals. A student in Bristol Community College’s Environmental Science transfer program, she decided to get some real-world experience out in the field – and found it through Bristol’s Cooperative Education and Internship program.
Caroline landed a position as an animal care and education intern at the National Marine Life Center in Bourne, Mass. – one of the only seal rehabilitation facilities on the east coast.