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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: Powered by Handshake, and registered Rice students have access to internships posted on iNet.

RICElink: Powered by Handshake
Post jobs and internships for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni, through RICElink: Powered by Handshake. Log in to RICElink: Powered by Handshake 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. 

iNet
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.

HireOwl

Hire Owl

Post opportunities for students to make money and gain work experience on a schedule that works with students' classes. HireOwl  provides a wide variety of paid part-time job opportunities, short-term projects, and internships.  Signing up is easy - Fill out a short profile and start posting!


ADVERTISING YOUR JOBS & INTERNSHIPS


RICElink: Powered by Handshake is the best place for sharing your event and job/internship information with Rice students and alumni. Email us your flyers if you would like them shared through social media; we find that the most successful advertisements contain pictures/graphics and short phrases rather than heavy text.

You might also consider advertising in the student newspaper, The Rice Thresher.