Internships are excellent opportunities for  students to gain relevant workplace skills and use that experience to assist with secure employment after graduation. Internships are resume builders; they provide students with the building blocks they need for the future.

Internships provide valuable, real-world, hands-on experience to students. Employers benefit by contacting students for potential employment.

Students should create a job seekers CareerLink account. As a registered user, you can access this account to search for available internships. To apply for an internship, download the Internship Application Form, complete the form and return it, along with your resume, to Career Services.

DISCLAIMER: The employment listings in NPC CareerLink do not constitute an endorsement of any employers or persons using CareerLink. Employers and job seekers are responsible for making their own inquiries relating to all listings.

Employers interested in hosting a Career Ready intern should complete the Employer Internship Application and return it to Career Services at

Work Study

NPC offers a federally funded work study program. For more information regarding work study and to download the application please visit the Work Study information page under Financial Aid.