Experiential Education is highly valued at Seton Hall University. 81% of our 2015 graduates reported participation in either an internship, student teaching or clinical experience. The Career Center manages an extensive internship program, with 17,000 internship opportunities available. We also encourage students to participate in service activities, community projects and service-learning classes to develop valuable workplace skills.
Utilize our Navigator career management database to locate and apply for internships and other career opportunities. All students have access to Navigator via PirateNet.
- Attend career fairs and other Career Center programs to network with professionals who come on our campus to recruit our students.
- Refine interviewing skills by attending an interviewing workshop, or practice interviews with employers.
- Assume a leadership role in a campus club or organization of interest to you.
- Join professional organizations in your area of study or career interest.
- Seek out summer opportunities that relate to your career interests (part-time jobs, volunteer, shadowing).