Post Jobs & Internships
Rice University offers two forums in which jobs and internships may be posted. All Rice students and registered alumni have access to jobs and internships posted on RICElink, and registered Rice students have access to internships posted on iNet.
Post jobs and internships for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni, through RICElink. RICElink, part of NACElink, is an alliance between the National Association of Colleges and Employers, DirectEmployers Association, and Symplicity Corporation. RICElink is also used to manage your campus interview schedules and access resume books. Log in to RICElink or create a new account on the login box to your left.
There is no fee to post positions for Rice students and alumni in RICElink. There is a small fee if you wish to post a position to multiple schools using RICElink. For more information, including pricing and a list of NACElink schools, please visit the NACElink website. For questions about posting jobs and internships in RICElink, review the RICElink FAQs, or contact us.
In addition to posting your internship in RICElink, you can also reach students at ten top-tier U.S. universities by posting your internship in the Internship Network (iNet). Rice shares iNet with Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Northwestern, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, and Yale. There is no fee to post an internship in iNet. Sign in or create a new account on the iNet tab of the login box to your left.
ADVERTISING YOUR JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
We are happy to help you market your opportunities to Rice students. You may email us a flyer and/or two to three sentence description about your opportunity. We will distribute the flyer across campus, and also post it on our social media sites. A two to three sentence description will be included in our weekly newsletter to students and faculty, and also posted on our social media sites. You might also consider advertising in the student newspaper, The Rice Thresher.