Virtual / Remote / Hybrid Internships
We are pleased to support myriad settings for internships as a means to engage with employers while developing professional skills. Contact us at for assistance. 

Key Resources - Recommended

  • BizLink: Internship and job posting site exclusive to School of Management students
  • CRC: Career Resource Center's extensive resource list of job search engines and databases
  • BullsEYE: Powered by Handshake; posting site open to all UB students
  • ISS: International Student Services; learn about CPT work authorization for international students
  • UB Projects Clinic: Exclusive to graduate level School of Management students; paid short-term internship projects with key WNY and global employers.
  • CoLab: Startup and Innovation Collaboratory is an experiential campus program designed to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career path.  

Project-Based Experiences

Short-term, project-based experiences build professional skills in a concentrated time frame. These types of opportunities may align better with students who are seeking focused opportunities. Please note: international students should be careful to review their eligibility for these types of experiences.

  • Experiential Learning Network (ELN) - Mentored projects that support your learning and career goals while making important contributions to the world around you.
  • Forage - 5-6 hour virtual work experience programs that connect mainly undergraduate students with Fortune 500 companies
  • Paragon One - Fully-managed, educational, and remote externships that boost student employability
  • Parker-Dewey - Mission-oriented organization that helps connect student talent with companies through Micro-Internships.

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

City Specific Resources

Diversity and Inclusion Resources

  • SEO Career: Focused on Black, Latinx and Native American students, SEO Career is a premier program for recruiting and training high achieving undergraduates for summer internships that can lead to full-time jobs. They partner with organizations across the country for roles in Financial Services, Technology, Real Estate and Corporate.

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.