At Bellarmine, our students are a cut above. They rise to new heights of academic excellence and ethical rigor through the liberal arts. Students develop necessary skills vital to the 21st century workplace, such as critical thinking, oral and written communication, teamwork, work ethic and leadership. The Career Center at Bellarmine is committed to developing customized solutions to cultivate your talent pipeline.

Engage with Bellarmine Students

To share job and internship opportunities with Bellarmine students and alumni, visit our free career management site, Handshake. Visit the Handshake Help Center to troubleshoot any issues.

Download our Employer Recruitment Guide for additional ways to connect with Bellarmine talent, or visit our Events tab.

For immediate inquiries, please contact:

Matt Real headshotMatt Real
Associate Director, Career Development

Lauren Coffey headshotLauren Pieper Coffey '09
Employer Engagement Coordinator


Internships provide significant learning experiences that can make a difference in hiring efficiencies and employee retention. The best internships are mutually beneficial for both the employer and the intern.

Contact Lauren Pieper Coffey '09 at lpieper01@bellarmine.edu for information regarding internship requirements by major or best practices to consider when developing an internship program.

For further discussion and information concerning the legal requirements and standards of internships, we recommend you review the NACE Position Statement: U.S. Internships A Definition and Criteria to Assess Opportunities And Determine the Implications for Compensation.