HR Internships?

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Emma (Host) in Stamford, CT

102 months ago

Here's a search I did to help get you started:
www.indeed.com/jobs?q=intern+%28HR+or+Human+Resources%29&l=

There are quite a few results so you'll most likely want to refine the search results by typing in your desired location in the "where" box, and also check out the left-hand refinement margin which will show you the most popular job titles, companies, locations and so on that match your query.

Good Luck!

Emma (Host) in Stamford, Connecticut

102 months ago

Jasmine said: Thank you so much for your help. I will try the search in a bit!!!

no problem at all. I hope it helped!

Peopletree Group in Houston, Texas

87 months ago

thank you for your response. can you please give us your information so that we can contact you?

Briggett in San Dimas, California

82 months ago

I am currently a first year Grad student and looking for in HR Internship, if there is such a thing. I have worked in the industry for a few years now but I am looking to gain some experience PT while I am in school. Please contact me if you have any information or are interested.
proverbz31woman@yahoo.com

Subrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

81 months ago

I am a graduate with a B.S in Human Resources and looking for a HR internship. I'm looking to gain valuable experience in this field in a part time capacity. Please contact for a copy of my resume or with any information.

Sbuckmire@hotmail.com

Raina Lillie in Gary, Indiana

79 months ago

I am currently attending Indiana State University in Terre Haute via a distance education program. I am working toward obtaining my Master's in Human Resource Development and I am looking for an intersnship for the Spring 2009 semester. I am open to relocating anywhere within the United States. If anyone has any information or any possible leads, let me know.

Raina Lillie
rainalillie@hotmail.com

Minal in Jersey City, New Jersey

78 months ago

I am a graduate student in MS (Organization Behavior) NYU.Poly. I am looking for an internship in NY/NJ to start from Spring09. I also have around 3 years experience in IT recruitment. It would be great if someone could provide with the leads.

Minal

mmody01@students.poly.edu

MSPeebles in Richmond, Virginia

77 months ago

I am seeking a paid internship opportunity with the possibility of it leading to permanent employment or just employment in HR. I have over 4 years of recruitment experience and generalist duties. I will be graduating in the fall of 2009 with a Masters degree in Human Resource Management with a 4.0 GPA. If you have any info. on places that are interning for HR or hiring directly for HR positions. Please contact me at Peebles9@juno.com.

latoya reddick in Antioch, Tennessee

71 months ago

i just have a question for the people that has a degree in hr. is it better to get an intership while in skool or after you graduate? feel free to apply on here or my email which is toya1pink@yahoo.com

HR newbie

44 months ago

Wow so many masters and MBA students wanting to get into HR. Sorry to sound negative but with that sort of education most of you are over qualified for an entry level HR position. A BA is all that most employers require.

In undergrad our careers office gave us the advice that a masters without work experience is a major career killer. Killing your career before it even gets off the ground.

Another HR career killing move I am noticing is that of first working in recruitment. Stay away from agency recruitment. HR departments do not have a very positive opinion of such recruiters. They view them as pushy sales people with zero knowledge of HR. You do not need a degree or even a community college diploma to become a recruiter at an agency. Former car salespeople and realtors (post housing crash) have gone into this field. However,in-house recruitment experience is valuable in the field of HR. Most inhouse recruitment departments would rather hire a fresh out of college student than someone who has learned bad habits from recruitment firms.

Breaking into the HR field is not as difficult as most posters are painting it. You need to be flexible. By this I mean you have to be prepared to relocate to a different city. If it means moving to Alaska for that prized 1 year experience then do it. Once you are experienced you can then choose which city you wanna work in.

Intern Needed in Woodbridge, Virginia

44 months ago

Internship -- Human Resources - Recruiting & Hiring / Administrative Assistant

AVAILABLE NOW THRU FALL SEMESTER & BEYOND
The Human Resources Manager is seeking an qualified individuals for the 2 available internship position in our Human Resources Division. This internship will provide invaluable exposure to progressive practices and initiatives in the field of Human Resources. This is an unpaid internship but does include on site paid parking.

Intern Needed in Woodbridge, Virginia

44 months ago

Jasmine said: Has anyone heard of an HR internship? If so then, where? I am 6 months from graduating with a degree in HR/Management and from what I have seen I need some experience to get in line with the competition.
If you are already in an HR position, how did you get there?

Internship -- Human Resources - Recruiting & Hiring / Administrative Assistant

AVAILABLE NOW THRU FALL SEMESTER & BEYOND Alexandria, VA
The Human Resources Manager is seeking an qualified individuals for the 2 available internship position in our Human Resources Division. This internship will provide invaluable exposure to progressive practices and initiatives in the field of Human Resources. This is an unpaid internship but does include on site paid parking.

DADLY in Wynberg, South Africa

43 months ago

I DADLY NGOBENI, A 1ST YEAR STUDENT ENROLLING BCOM HR IN UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO HEREBY WISH TO APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP FOR HR OR ANY AVAILABLE RELATED INTERNSHIP.

Anonymous in Houston, Texas

42 months ago

Hi HR Newbie,

I'm sorry, but your comment regarding the fact that HR departments not having a positive opinion of staffing agency recruiters is not true. I have seen job postings for HR Recruiters that state in the requirements: 3+ years of technical staffing, in-house or staffing agency, preferred.

Here is an example for an HR Generalist/Recruiter: www8.jobirn.com/?q=hr%20recruiter+jobs.

Here is another example: jobs.talentexchange.com/a/job-listing/job-description/jobkey-14893.en&job=003770.

For example, a scientific recruiter is very knowledgeable about engineering and/or technical positions, and it's difficult to find this combination. You can always teach HR skills on-the-job. In fact, HR and recruiting go hand-in-hand. Recruiters at staffing agencies have developed a specific skill set that is useful in the corporate world. If they have an in-house recruiter, they may not necessarily have to contract out to staffing agencies - they already have an expert in-house.

When I read your statement, it didn't sound logical. Recruiting experience is recruiting experience and is especially valuable when it is technical or IT recruiting experience. If technical and IT companies are the ones contracting staffing agencies, would it not be economical to have your own in-house technical or IT recruiter who also has knowledge of HR? It is essentially a 2-in-1 deal for the company, especially in this economy.

kibibireddix in Biloxi, Mississippi

39 months ago

Attempting to transition to HR. I have a MSHRM with tons of adminstrative experience that included HR responsibilities. I haven't been able to get my foot in the door for a real HR position/title. I am willing to volunteer to get some experience beyond what I have. Any suggestions/or offers would be greatly appreciated.

tinewill22 in Harvey, Louisiana

38 months ago

Vernae in New Orleans, Louisiana said: Whew, wow, it is extremely tough breaking into this field. I am from Atlanta, Georgia and I had to come to New Orleans to break into the field. It's been tough. But, I was lucky enough to get an internship with Ruby Tuesday's after college. But here is what I suggest, if you look up Turner in Atlanta that they always have job posting for internships. That would be my best bet.

Good Luck

what career are you in now? I am a HR senior student in the new orleans area.

Kibibireddix in Biloxi, Mississippi

38 months ago

tinewill22 in Harvey, Louisiana said: what career are you in now? I am a HR senior student in the new orleans area.

I'm an in upper management in the public health field. So, I'm responsible for many HR related tasks such as recruiting, interviewing and hiring, creating job announcements, orientation and training, ensuring we within federal guidelines with employment practices, and the list goes on...
I'm not far from New Orleans. I think my post indicated that I was in Nashville, but I in Biloxi, MS. I've thought about ATL but without getting my foot in the door with a salary commensurate with what I make now would be devastating to my family because of the cost of living there. Do you know of anything in the New Orleans/Slidell area?

Himanshu kumar ojha in Calcutta, India

37 months ago

IM HAVING A INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OF 3 MONTHS IN HR YOU MAY CONTACT
HIMANSHU
himanshu@2coms.com

MONGO SIBAHLE in East London, South Africa

36 months ago

Dear madam/sir

I am a student at Buffalo City College and am cirrently doing my N5 in human reasourse management,I will be glad if you can kindly offer me an internship based on training,recruitment,selection etc.

CindyTO in Toronto, Ontario

36 months ago

Dear HR professionals,
I have a different sort of question.

I just graduated with a Honours degree in Human Resource Management from University of Toronto. I currently hold a Canadian citizenship and is wondering if it's possible to obtain an internship in the US. I have past Canadian HR experience in the public health system and in policy writing. If yes, would I need to apply for an NT visa?
Also, if anyone know any company that has an opening in the HR department in Houston, LA, or San Diego, it would be greatly appriciated.
Best,
Cindy

precious siska in Johannesburg, South Africa

35 months ago

am looking for an internship in hrm am doing my last year

precious siska in Johannesburg, South Africa

35 months ago

am looking for an internship in hrm am doing my last year

Nyassi Modou S. in Banjul, Gambia

35 months ago

At the moment, I have finish my certificate level in HR/Management but did not graduate because I find it difficult to pay for my other courses in diploma and advance diploma.
My question is that, it is possible for me to take an entry-level position as an HR assistant.

Raman Dhaliwal in Brampton, Ontario

35 months ago

I am currently a 3rd year student in HR Management and am looking for an internship to build experience. If anyone knows any opportunities or has an internship available, please contact me on ramandhaliwal24@gmail.com to discuss further questions and details. Thank you!

Heather in Baytown, Texas

34 months ago

Raina Lillie in Gary, Indiana said: I am currently attending Indiana State University in Terre Haute via a distance education program. I am working toward obtaining my Master's in Human Resource Development and I am looking for an intersnship for the Spring 2009 semester. I am open to relocating anywhere within the United States. If anyone has any information or any possible leads, let me know.

Raina Lillie
rainalillie@hotmail.com

Rush Medical Center in Chicago has lots of Human Resources Jobs www.jobsatrush.com/

stacia in Pretoria, South Africa

34 months ago

Im a second year student doing diploma in Human Resources management and looking for internship to build up experience. Please if anyone has a plan for me, you can inform me on staciahunadi@gmail.com, A positive response will be appreciated.

Lucia Matebane in Johannesburg, South Africa

30 months ago

Hey. i am currently in my 2nd year in h.r diploma. but i am lookinng for an internship or learnership for 2013 while i complete my 3rd year. my email adress luciano.matebane@gmail.com

Marie Louise Valdez in West Sacramento, California

30 months ago

Hello,

I am currently in my Junior year of College. I am recently attending CSU Sacramento studying Business Administration with a Human Resource Management concentration. I hope to graduate in Spring 2014. I am looking to work for an internship while I'm in school as well. If anyone has any connections or information , please feel free to contact me!

email : Marielouisevaldez@gmail.com

Thank you,
Marie

Nan Peaseblossom in Bangalore, India

24 months ago

Jasmine said: Has anyone heard of an HR internship ? If so then, where? I am 6 months from graduating with a degree in HR/Management and from what I have seen I need some experience to get in line with the competition.
If you are already in an HR position, how did you get there?

There is one available here: att.jobs/student-program/human-resources-leadership-development-program-internship

Hope this helps!

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