North Park University combines classroom learning with real-world experience through an active internship program. Students from a variety of disciplines — including the School of Business and Nonprofit Management, humanities, language programs, and many other courses of study — participate in internships throughout Chicagoland, and occasionally across the country and around the world. We are always looking for new, exciting, and engaging opportunities for our students.

In addition, we make opportunities for full- and part-time jobs, job and career fairs, and volunteer positions available to our alumni, undergraduate, graduate, and adult learning students.

Employers can gain access to our students and alumni from all programs through our Career Hub. The Career Hub is a free service where you can post and update opportunities, view applications, as well as review resume books of students who are actively looking for employment or internships. Simply set up your account and gain access to an incredible talent pipeline for your company or organization.

We also regularly circulate submitted opportunities to our LinkedIn network.

Community Connection

People in the community who would like to post part time positions such as child care or tutoring opportunities as well as view student resumes can also use the Career Hub. Simply register as an employer and you will have access to post your opportunity. North Park does not provide background checks of students and is not responsible for any liability in regards to working relationships between community members and students.

On Campus Interview Day

Employers with full time and part time opportunities are invited to conduct on campus interviews on April 10, 2015.

To reserve your space, or to arrange alternative dates, please email Ashley Ritter, assistant director, for more information.

Church and Ministry Opportunities

North Park Theological Seminary's Field Education program facilitates practical ministry experience opportunities for Seminary students. Please contact the Field Education staff to enquire about site criteria for this program.

The Center for Youth Ministry Studies also lists ministry-specific job openings. Contact Alison Burkhardt for more information.

Students outside Shedd Aquarium.