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For Employers

RCC Internships/Host Sites
  • ABCD Inc
  • Access Framingham Television
  • BNN TV
  • Boston College IT Department
  • The Caribbean Foundation of Boston
  • Fire Code Designs, LLC
  • Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk/Arthur J. Gallagher Co.
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Harvard School of Public Health
  • Harvard University Library
  • Jewish Arts Collaborative
  • Jubilee Christian Church
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
  • Massachusetts State Police
  • New England Aquarium
  • The Office of the Attorney General
  • The Office of the Governor
  • On the Rise, Inc.
  • South End Technology Center
  • State Street Financial Services
  • Suffolk County Sherriff Office
  • Timothy Smith Network
  • Winchester Engineering and Analytical Center - FDA

For Job Postings or Work Study Inquiries:

  1. To post an opportunity please fill out an Employer Inquiry Form in order to receive next steps.
  2. We also encourage you to email the job description to careerservices@rcc.mass.edu 
  3. If you are interested in a Work Study Partnership, you must contact Lerick Fanfanx, Coordinator of Financial Aid, at lfanfanx@rcc.mass.edu

NOTES:
For Credit Based Internship students need to complete a minimum of 150 hours. 
For Non-Credit based internships- students must be compensated.

To get more involved with us:

  • For Career Fairs, Speaker Series and Other Volunteer opportunities, please indicate on an Employer Inquiry Form
  • or contact the Coordinator of Cooperative Education.
  • To learn how to register to interact with our Students Directly, check out Career Gateway

Internships Process Breakdown:

  1. Fill out Employer Inquiry Form in order to provide a description of your organization and internship description
  2. Coordinator will follow up to begin partnership building (additional registration) and determine which students to refer over.
  3. Interview Candidates and provide an offer.
  4. Fill out the appropriate RCC Internship Agreement (Credit or Non-Credit)
  5. Train and oversee student(s)
  6. Support students with documenting their experience in Weekly Timesheet and Journals.
  7. Support students with preparing their Internships Showcase presentation.
  8. Host Coordinator and/or Faculty Advisor for a site visit
  9. Evaluate intern/co-op student and program using appropriate Evaluation forms

Learning Outcomes:

For specific department academic outcomes see Faculty Advisor

  • Develop technical skills and professional communications in a work setting.
  • Understand industry and organizational structures, culture, and ethics.
  • Apply and reflect on the connections to academic theory and practice.
  • Strengthen critical thinking, research skills, and problem-solving skills.
  • Develop awareness of self, others, and social responsibility in a work, career, and global context.
  • Establish a network of professional contacts, mentors, and references.