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A Curry College student at his internship at the U.S. Senator's office

The Internship Program at Curry College offers students the opportunity to explore a variety of career paths by learning about their interests, skills, strengths, and values while acquiring course credits. Our students complete as many as four internships throughout their college careers. Here, if you can dream it, you really can do it.

Popular Internship Sites:

  • Reebok

  • TD Garden

  • Boston Celtics

  • FOX25 News

  • MTV

  • ESPN

  • NESN

  • The View

  • The Massachusetts Governor’s Office

  • Boston Children’s Hospital

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

  • Massachusetts General Hospital

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Harpoon Brewery

  • Stoughton District Court

  • Greater Boston Legal Services

  • The Boston Globe

  • Gillette Stadium

  • Semester in NY, LA, and DC Communication Internships

To start the process, log in to the myCurry portal and select the "Center for Career Development - Internship Program" tab. Please utilize the Curry College Internship Site Guide for additional information regarding requirements, roles, and responsibilities.

Students are not limited to the opportunities sponsored by the Center for Career Development and are free to research additional internships on their own. All employer sites must meet a specific criteria in order to host an intern from Curry College. The following are the requirements/qualifications of a site:

  • Define intern role and responsibilities for specific projects and assignments
  • Provide students with an appropriate workspace and resources
  • Provide training and support throughout the semester
  • Identify an on-site supervisor for each intern


Please utilize the Curry College Internship Site Guide for additional information regarding requirements, roles, and responsibilities.

Students can earn credits depending upon the number of hours that they work. Internship employers have the option to determine whether the internship opportunity is eligible for compensation (this is not a requirement).

*Curry College does not require that Internship Sites pay student interns. For-profit internship sites should review the Department of Labor's legal criteria for determining whether an internship needs to be a paid experience.

Curry College student at his internship at the TD Garden for the Boston Celtics

Internships at Boston's Top Spots

Barak Swarttz's experience as a Strategic Marketing Intern with the Boston Celtics - including developing marketing and social media campaigns - helped prepare him for a job in business immediately after graduating from Curry College.

A Curry College Student interning at MLB Network

Internships Beyond Boston

Not only do Curry students have endless internship opportunities in the Boston market, but we also offer study away programs in D.C., L.A., and N.Y.C. Our interns have worked at places like Universal Pictures, "Jimmy Kimmel Live", CBS News, NBC Olympics, and The Washington Post, to name a few.

Take the next step

We're excited you're considering our professional resources and services and look forward to helping you reach your career goals. You can also find more resources in the myCurry portal under the 'Center for Career Development' tab.