The Say Yes Internship & Career Pathways Program is committed to supporting our students in helping them enhance their professional development skills and explore future career paths. In light of COVID-19, employers may need to adjust their summer plans.
We are proceeding as if internships are still happening until directed otherwise. All internships currently posted are subject to change and will be removed from the site if they are no longer available. If you apply to an internship that is later unavailable, Say Yes will notify you directly.
Terms of internships are also subject to change, such as start and end dates, hourly rate, and duration. We will most likely have a decreased number of opportunities this summer, so the more you apply to the better chance you’ll have of being hired for a Summer 2020 internship.
Please contact Johanna Caplan at email@example.com if you have any questions. We are here to support you and look forward to your applications!
For additional information regarding community supports, please review Say Yes Buffalo's COVID-19 Resource Guide.
Please check back weekly for new postings!
By applying to a Say Yes internship opportunity:
You are agreeing to have Say Yes Buffalo forward your application materials (e.g. your resume) to the organization to which you are applying, as well as your career center and professional supports.
You are agreeing that your college career center has permission to follow up with you to help assist you in the application/interviewing process and receive information about the results of your application, including whether or not you are hired and if you successfully complete your internship.
You understand that you are not guaranteed an internship. You must be offered an interview and hired, just like any job application process.
You are agreeing to be contacted by Say Yes staff via phone, email, or text. Contacts can be regarding edits to your application or to check-in on your internship.
You are agreeing to have regular contact with Say Yes staff if hired for an internship. The Student Outreach Supervisor will be in regular contact to ensure you are having a positive experience and to discuss any concerns you may have.
You are agreeing to report to Say Yes staff any concerns regarding your internship or ability to complete your internship.
If your internship is held over the summer, you are agreeing to attend the full-day professional skills seminar to be held in June, as well as three of the five professional development workshops throughout the summer. Scholars who attend three or more professional development workshops will earn one $50 Visa gift card.
If your internship is held over the summer, you are agreeing to attend the Internship Luncheon held in August.