Wanted: Polar Bears
Employers share jobs and internships with Bowdoin student talent in mind.
Getting Started with e-Recruiting
Bowdoin’s recruiting program brings internship and postgraduate opportunities to campus.
Complete your profile to start searching for jobs, internships, and recruiting events.
Search at the top of the screen. Click “View More” then “Advanced Search” to narrow it.
Click on “Events” to see when partner employers come to campus, as well as our other events.
Upload .pdf versions of your materials. You can’t apply until you have at least a résumé on file.
Applications vary. Follow the instructions in the “How to Apply” section of the job post.
Running into any trouble? Give us a call at 207-725-3717 or email email@example.com.
More Job Boards
Discover the many ways to find opportunities online.
- Career Paths provides sector-specific advice and resources.
- Bowdoin JobX is Bowdoin’s on-campus job board.
- CareerBuilder is a large employment database with markets in the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia.
- College Recruiter is a database for internships and entry-level jobs.
- Glassdoor features detailed information about organizations and jobs.
- Idealist features jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities worldwide.
- Indeed is a worldwide database of jobs and internships.
- Internships.com is the world’s largest internships marketplace.
- Jopwell is the leading career advancement platform for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American students.
- LinkedIn is the largest online networking tool. Also posts jobs and internships.
- Monster is a database of over 5 million jobs and internships.
- The Muse “The beloved and trusted resource for crafting fulfilling careers.”
- Omprakash lists international volunteer and internship opportunities.
- Simply Hired is a search engine that aggregates internship and job postings from 100+ job boards.
- USA Jobs is the official employment website of the federal government.
- WayUp posts jobs and internships for students and recent graduates.