• Career Development Center

  • Internship Career Fair


    Apply classroom learning, build professional skills, test career interests, and achieve confidence. Internships are a great way to gain professional experience, earn credit, and fulfill your Hamline Plan requirement at the same time. All of this leads to greater success after graduation.

    Students should do two internships during their time at Hamline: an exploratory, entry-level internship sophomore year and a more advanced internship junior or senior year.


    Search through current internship listings and apply for positions through the online job search, posting, recruiting, and communication system for Hamline students and alumni.

  • warnings,watch outWhether you're finding jobs and internships through Hamline Career Link or other job search sites, the Career Development Center asks that all job seekers be on the look out for fraudulent postings and to be extremely careful when sharing any personal information with potential employers. Learn more to protect yourself!
  • Meet the Director
    Meet the Internship Director - Lauren Kavan

    "Internships are a great way to 'try-on' careers to see how they fit your interests, skills, and personality. With so many fantastic opportunities in the Twin Cities, the sky's the limit when it comes to the type and number of experiences Hamline students can add to their resumes!"  

    --Lauren Kavan 

  • Student Success Story
    Steven Ducatelli
    Steven Ducatelli '13

    "I wish I would have gone into the CDC in the fall semester rather than the second month of the spring semester. The insight and advice..."