Jobs & Internships
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Our Hawks Get Hired.
At the University of Hartford, we instill the knowledge, experience, and confidence that prepares our graduates for greatness. Hands-on learning bridges the gap from the classroom to the real world, setting you up for long-term career success.
Career-related experiences like internships, research, special projects, and participation in clubs and organizations are a great way to expand your knowledge and skills, get relevant work experience, and learn about your work preferences.
After College posts full-time and part-time jobs for recent college graduates, plus a full selection of internships all over the United States
Career Rookie connects students and recent graduates seeking internships, part-time jobs and entry-level positions with the nation's top employer
USAJobs is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. It is your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information
Engineer.net helps one find engineering jobs listed by employers seeking qualified engineers. These engineering positions are in the United States and are openings for engineers only
Eversource Transmission Cohort Program is an 18-month rotational program designed to provide individuals hired with an opportunity for career development, training, and varied work experience. The program provides each individual an opportunity to gain experience working in areas of the Transmission business such as Project Management, Siting & Construction, ISO Policy, Compliance, and Project Controls. View Eversource Employee Panel.
Idealist.org is one of the best sources of non-profit career opportunities and internships available
Urban Employ offers employment listings to attract highly-qualified, diverse entry and mid-level talent. The focus is both on jobs and internships
Disney Careers Imagination, innovation, and creative excellence define Disney / ABC Television Group. You can view a variety of careers available at Disney
Indeed one search - all jobs
Current Student Resources
Students interested in working during the academic year have three options:
Jobs are available to students who are qualified based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The program is financed with federal money and is administered by the University's Office of Student Financial Assistance.
Eligibility for financial aid is determined by the University of Hartford's Office of Student Financial Assistance. If you qualify for Federal Work-Study, it will be listed in your financial aid award, which can be viewed in your self-service account. Your total FWS amount is specified here as well. You may not earn more through this program than your award specifies. You are paid an hourly rate and receive a paycheck every two weeks. Schedules and work responsibilities are discussed with the immediate supervisor. All FSW students may work a maximum of 20 hours per week during the academic year.
All work-study jobs will be posted on Handshake, our career portal, by the end of August. Check your financial aid packet to see if you qualify for Federal Work Study. If you have an amount listed for Federal Work Study, search for "Federal Work Study" job postings on Handshake.
Non-work study employment:
There are many on-campus positions that do not require work study funding, but still allow students to earn money for work performed on campus. The following departments often employ students on a part-time basis, but there are many others:
ARAMARK Food Services
On this career community for students and recent graduates, employers from around the country provide access to full-time, part-time, internship, and on-campus positions.
If you are a current student or an alum, you can access Handshake by setting up an account.
Activate your account:
- Visit hartford.joinhandshake.com.
- Your login and password is your Hartford email (user) and password that you currently use.
You will be able to:
- Create and maintain an online profile
- Post resumes for employers to view
- Search for on-campus jobs while you are a student
- Find internships in your area of study
- Identify full- and part-time jobs in your field