A Department of Student Affairs

Find An Internship / Co-Op

How do you get a job without experience?  How do you get experience without a job?  Internships are the answer!

Internships are a way to gain experience in your chosen career field.   They can help you better understand what you WANT to do and what you DO NOT WANT to do.  While many major programs require an internship, most still do not. Students have realized the value of completing one or more internships during college, and there are opportunities available in a variety of disciplines. Internships are posted within HireBronchos just as other job opportunities. You may search locally, throughout Oklahoma, and around the country.

Many interns are hired in the fall for the following summer • stay active in your search and with Career Services so you do not miss out on an excellent opportunity and fully utilize the following tools to assist you:

  • HireBronchos – a FREE job search database for UCO students and alums to search for internships, part-time jobs, and local and national full-time jobs as well as provides access Internships.com and Indeed.com.
  • Intern UCO -UCO offers on-campus internships through a new program called Intern UCO. Campus departments apply for funding, then the selected departments post a variety of positions for undergraduate students on the HireBronchos database. The internships run the full academic year for 10 hours/week, and they include monthly, professional development meetings for the cohort of approximately 30 students.

*Job Posting Policy

The Career Services Office and HireBronchos serve as a referral source for jobs and other opportunities and generally cannot make specific recommendations regarding off-campus employers. Career Services makes no guarantees about the positions listed by the office. Career Services is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or any other aspects of off-campus employment. While we expect employers to adhere to ethical standards, we are not able to research the integrity of each organization or individual that lists a job with us. Students and alumni are urged to ask good questions and use common sense when applying for any job or internship, particularly with respect to employment in a private home or other opportunities not affiliated with an established public or private sector organization. We encourage you to research prospective employers using resources made available by Career Services, as well as other tools, such as the internet.  Career Services provides opportunities for University of Central Oklahoma students and alumni to develop job search skills and provides resources to help identify potential employment.  Career Services does not guarantee job placement for students nor for alumni. Please contact Career Services if you believe any employer listing jobs or internships on HireBronchos has misrepresented opportunities or has otherwise engaged in unethical conduct concerning recruitment or employment practices.

University of Central Oklahoma Career Services
A Department of Student Affairs