As you prepare for your next steps, we encourage you to take advantage of the many resources Brown offers to support your search. We encourage you to start with the Brown Center for Career Exploration's strong foundational career tools, followed by the many resources below.
Resources at Brown
The School of Public Health curates several databases featuring public health-focused assistantships, jobs, internships, and fellowships. The University's general career portal is Handshake. We encourage you to bookmark these pages, as they are updated with new opportunities regularly.
Brown offers many career events throughout the year, giving students the opportunity learn, network, and explore diverse career options. For the latest career announcements and events, be sure to select the "Careers, Recruiting, Internships" tag in your Today@Brown profile.
Practice or learn new language skills, read up on the latest news, and strengthen your business acumen with free access to leading resources while you're a student at Brown.
From entrepreneurship to international affairs, we encourage you to participate in our campus partners' events. Gain new skills while differentiating yourself in the application process.
Nelson Center (Entrepreneurship)
The Nelson Center offers a wide range of co-curricular activities that include student organizations, workshops, speakers, and programs that support Brown’s entire entrepreneurial ecosystem. In addition to its scholarly and educational mission, the center supports venture creation and acceleration across a range of industries and in various forms.
Sheridan Center (Teaching and Learning)
The Sheridan Center seeks to provide a place where all learners can grow, interdisciplinary collaborations can form, and educators can experiment with different modalities of teaching and learning. At the core of its work is a commitment to educational excellence, equity, and access through evidence-based, reflective practices.
Swearer Center (Community Engagement)
The Swearer Center works with more than 1,200 Brown students, through and with 80+ community partners — more than half of which are in the Greater Providence area. It connects students, faculty, and community partners through community engagement, engaged scholarship, and social innovation.
Watson Institute (International and Public Affairs)
The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs seeks to promote a just and peaceful world through research, teaching, and public engagement. It is dedicated to meaningful social science research and teaching, and animated by the conviction that informed policy can change systems and societies for the better.
School of Professional Studies (Graduate Professional Development)
The School of Professional Studies offers regular workshops, webinars, and virtual drop-in sessions to support the professional development of Brown's graduate students.