The University of Rhode Island Center for Career and Experiential Education utilizes the RhodyNet system to provide one-stop shopping for on-campus, internships, full/part-time jobs and volunteer experiences. This system was established to allow students and alumi/a 24 hour access to all of our postings.
The posting of any job opening on this website does not constitute endorsement by the University of Rhode Island Center for Career and Experiential Education. It is up to you to exercise caution and common sense in your job search.
Interviewing page intro:
Interview preparation is a critical component of a job or internship search. Preparing for the interview is almost as important as the interview itself. The key to successful interviewing is knowing who you are and knowing the organization with which you are interviewing. To prepare for any interview, you should:
- Do a self-evaluation
- Research the organization
- Watch the brief video
- Review sample questions you might be asked and questions you can ask the interviewer
- Participate in a mock interview ahead of time
Job Search Databases
The links below provide access to current local and national job postings.
Internship Search Databases
The links below provide access to current local and national internship postings.
Service & Volunteering Databases
The links below provide access to current open service projects, agency listings, and web search resources.
On-Campus Job Search Resources
The links below provide access to work-study and other on-campus jobs.
*Disclaimer: The URI Center for Career and Experiential Education (CCEE) provides the following links in order to provide easier access to position postings. The presence of these links does not indicate an endorsement or recommendation from URI or the CCEE.
The CCEE is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of off-campus employment. All hiring, scheduling, and compensation is handled directly between the applicant and the employer. The CCEE does not perform background checks on students, companies, and/or contacts. Users assume the risk and responsibility to further screen employers. Therefore, job seekers are responsible for researching and investigating job leads for themselves. Any cases of misrepresentation, discrimination or harassment must be immediately reported to the Center for Career and Experiential Education in Roosevelt Hall.
Causes for concern:
• The company asks you to cash checks, wire money, or provide your social security number.
• Something seems odd in the job posting or in your communication with the company.
Listen to your instincts if something doesn’t seem quite right. Always research the company before submitting your resume or personal information.
Rhodynet is your first stop to find opportunities targeted specifically to URI Students and Alumni.