Internships and Jobs

An internship or experiential learning is an important part of your Simmons education.

Are you looking to do an internship?

Getting real-life experience is essential to exploring careers, honing skills and developing expertise. Students who pursue an internship are ready to face employment or graduate school as more experienced and confident candidates. Internships can be completed at any point during your Simmons experience.

Make sure to check with your Department Internship Coordinator to know when an internship for credit might be appropriate or required. For Communications, Media, Art, and Design students there are three faculty internship coordinators to connect with if you are thinking about doing an internship. The Career Education Center is also here to support you in your search. Please schedule an internship appointment at the CEC!

Internship Courses

Heather Hole

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This is the Capstone of the Arts Administration major. You will pair a four-credit advanced seminar with a four-credit external internship. This course examines the theory and practice of arts administration through academic readings, class discussion, and real-world, semester-long projects. You will develop concrete professional skills including curation, event management and marketing, arts-related writing for the general public, and grant writing.

Traci Griffith, Associate Professor of Communications

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In this course, students develop a personal marketing plan, including resume, cover letter, portfolio, LinkedIn profile, etc. Students practice job searching and interviewing and hear from recent graduates and professionals in the communications field. A weekly blog required. 

NOTE: You will work with the Internship Director to secure an appropriate internship.  You must be engaged in an internship experience at the same time that you are enrolled in COMM 370 or 380 Field Experience, in order to get credit.  Applications due by Oct. 15 for spring semester or March 15 for summer or fall semesters.

Lydia Fash

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In HUM 370 we consider various career paths; we learn about how to write expert cover letters and résumés; we practice interviewing, networking, and negotiating. Through journal assignments and a final project, students also integrate disciplinary knowledge — their coursework — with their internship and professional experiences. After taking HUM 370, students know how to articulate the skills and learning of their time at Simmons in ways compelling to potential employers. And they're ready to face employment as more experienced and confident job-seekers. Can be taken for 4 or 8 credits depending on internship hours. Serves as a Capstone for Ifill majors (except COMM & Arts Administration) and is the appropriate course for students with any Ifill major or minor except Arts Administration and Communications.

Internships and Job Boards

Advertising

Animation

Arts Administration

Arts Education

Communications and Media

Dance

Design

Entertainment

Journalism

Marketing

Music

Publishing

Visual Arts

Recent Internship Sites

  • 360PR
  • Basis Technology
  • Boston Ballet
  • Breaktime
  • Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum
  • Kotlarz Realty Group at Keller Williams
  • MEDIAGIRLS
  • MIT List Visual Arts Center
  • Nickelodeon
  • Project BFF
  • Pulse 24/7
  • Rafanelli Events
  • Tech Target
  • Triggered Project
  • ZyloTech

Jobs of Recent Alumnae/i

  • 829Studio: Associate Account Manager
  • Amazon: Recruiting Coordinator
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc. & Tanglewood: Corporate Partnerships Coordinator  
  • Connection: Event Coordinator
  • MAC Cosmetics: Global Product Marketing Coordinator
  • Melanie Shapiro Law Firm: Legal Assistant
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston: MVS
  • Nuance: Marketing Coordinator
  • Ogilvy PR: Assistant Account Executive
  • Providence Performing Arts: Graphic Designer
  • Simmons University: Sr. Administrative Assistant to the CIO and AVP 
  • Stillwater River Publications: Project Designer
  • Ten Bridge Communications: Associate
  • University of Hawaii: Special Event Coordinator
  • United States House of Representatives: Press Assistant 
  • The Walt Disney Company: Character Attendant