The Taubman Center has a career and employment development coach on staff to assist graduate students in finding an internship that complements their unique interests and career goals. Advisors and faculty also provide valuable insight and networking introductions.
Online resources include:
- BRUnet, a connection to the Brown Alumni Career Network
- Brown University Career Development Center
- PolicyJobs.net, a listing of the latest research and policy-making jobs from around the world. Taubman students have access to this subscription-only resource.
- Taubman Center Alumni are also available to offer advice to students.
Upon finding a specific opportunity, please follow the process below to set expectations properly among all parties and ensure that your internship goes smoothly:
- Complete the Learning Agreement
- Have your Intern Supervisor sign the Learning Agreement
Within 10 days of completing your internship:
- Complete the Student Final Report
- Have your Intern Supervisor complete the Supervisor Evaluation
For assistance conducting your internship search, please contact:
Taubman Center Assistant Director for Professional Programs