Career Resources

Get Experience with an Internship

At internship can help you hone real-world skills for life beyond your undergraduate studies. Both our B.A. in Information Science & Arts and our B.S. in Information Science and Technology require you to complete 3 credits of an Internship, Directed Research, or Independent Study, as well as 3 credits of Senior Capstone (ISTA 498).

Learn more about how to get academic credit for an internship and then check out our page on internship opportunities for the latest postings. You can also look for internships on Handshake and on the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences internship page.

Find Job Postings

We regularly post job opportunities that are open for current students, recent graduate, and career professionals. You can also sign into Handshake to connect with job opportunities through the Student Engagement and Career Development center. 

UA Career Development Resources

Consult University of Arizona Student Engagement & Career Development for help with:

  • Career Choice and Job Search
  • Interview Preparation including Mock Interviews
  • Document Review (Resume, CV, Letter, Personal Statement)
  • Graduate School Applications and Admission Interviews
  • Planning and Searching for career experience including internships
  • Career Options and College Major
  • Salaries, Job Market, and Marketable Skills
  • Professional Networking and Social Media Branding
  • Employers in Specific Career Fields or Geographic Area

Get ready for graduation. Consider resume-building workshops, interview practice, and other helpful services that are available for students preparing for professional life! 

Alumni Resources

Register with the Bear Down Network to connect with experienced University of Arizona alumni in relevant industries.

Remember, as an alum you can still take advantage of everything Career Development has to offer here at the University. 

LinkedIn can also serve as a tool to search for jobs or research salaries:

Sample job listings via LinkedIn: