Here are the best ways to start:
Prepare your resume: a professional resume is the first impression an employer has of your skills and qualifications
Attend a career fair – held every Fall and Spring semester, this is a great way to meet with and learn about employers
Do Your Research – Learn about your industry and organizations. Being informed about the company will give you an advantage in the interviewing process.
Explore regional and national opportunities that align with your professional goals.
RhodyNet: exclusive job, internship, and volunteer database for URI students
bRIdge.jobs: RI based internships
Glassdoor: internships, entry level jobs, salaries, career paths, companies, and interview questions.
Idealist: make a difference – global job, internship, and volunteer database
Indeed: national job and internship search engine
Internships.com: national listing of internships
Simply Hired: national job and internship search engine
USA Jobs For Students: internships and jobs with the US federal government
WayUp: national job and internship search engine