Virtual / Remote Internships
Students now have greater flexibility in defining their experiential learning opportunities. We are pleased to encourage and support virtual/remote internships as a means to stay engaged with employers while continuing to develop professional skills. Contact us at for assistance. 

UB and SUNY Resources

  • BizLink: Internship and job posting site exclusive to School of Management students
  • BullsEYE: Powered by Handshake; posting site open to all UB students
  • Experiential Learning Network (ELN): Earn an experiential learning badge by participating in research or mentored projects
  • ISS: International Student Services at UB; learn about CPT work authorization for international students
  • Transportation Assistance: Information on NFTA passes for unpaid interns

Socially Conscious Resources

  • Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper: Protects and restores Western New York water and surrounding ecosystems for the benefit of current and future generations - offers internship experiences in the spring, summer and fall
  • Ceres: Interns work on projects related to building business cases for a sustainable future by engaging with investors, companies, policymakers and partner organizations
  • Climate Institute: Interns are given the opportunity to make hands-on contributions to exciting new initiatives that have the potential to substantially help mitigate climate change
  • Clean Air Coalition: Grassroots organization that focuses on environmental justice and public health initiatives in Western New York
  • Clean Water Action: Interns support initiatives related to protecting the environment and safeguarding public health
  • D.C Hunger Solutions: An initiative of the Food Research & Action Center (FRAC) working to create a hunger-free community and improve the nutrition, health, economic security, and well-being of low-income District residents
  • Nonprofit based in New York which connects people to job, internship and volunteer opportunities at socially and environmentally conscious organizations

Project Based, Micro-Internships

Micro-internships are shorter, more condensed experiences focused on a single project, and may be eligible for academic credit, provided they meet our standards for academic integrity and quality. Micro-internships can be cultivated with any employer, or students can choose to participate in an established program.
  • GE Virtuoso: Virtual International Internships: Gain international internship experience and build your resume - from your laptop
  • Parker Dewey: A consulting firm which contracts college students and recent graduates who want to work on short-term, professional projects                                                                                    *International students on an F-1 visa are unable to be paid using a 1099 form and therefore are not eligible to participate in these experiences

Popular Search Websites

  • Search engine allowing job/internship seekers to find postings on thousands of career sites and job boards
  • Tools and services to enable students, employers and educators to explore internship opportunities
  • Internship Nationwide internship search tool; also provides advice articles regarding internship strategies
  • Internship and job resources, including postings, reviews by current employees and salary info
  • Mergent Intellect: Mergent Intellect includes information on both public and private U.S. companies, Canadian companies, and international companies
  • Relish Careers: Internship and job search resource for graduate students seeking careers in business 

Click here for additional internship and job search engines.

City Specific Resources

Internships Abroad

All international internship programs are fee-based. Students interested in study abroad experiences with internship opportunities should contact the UB Study Abroad Programs office for assistance.


Disclaimer: Note, the Internships and Experiential Learning team and the Career Resource Center are merely suggesting, not endorsing, external sites listed on this page. Use caution when considering your application to internships or jobs. Always conduct research on the employer before applying to ensure legitimacy. See our Safety Tips for Your Internship or Job Search [PDF] handout for assistance.