The Berklee Career Center is committed to helping students explore a variety of career opportunities, from full-time positions and student employment to startups and freelance ventures. Finding and creating opportunities that fit your interests doesn’t need to feel impossible—and the Career Center is here to help.
The following are a few primary tools and resources we recommend to help you find your next opportunity.
This is your one-stop shop for all the internships, gigs, part-time jobs, and full-time jobs that have come directly through the Career Center team. Search by location, career community, industry, desired program, and more. Start searching now, or learn more about what the Career Manager offers.
Indie Artist Resources (login required)
As artists in the 21st century, you have more resources available than ever before to help you create music, job opportunities, fan bases, and performance opportunities. Whether you’re working virtually from home or live in the studio, explore our resources (login required) to begin creating your own artistic opportunities.
Industry Directories (login required)
The Berklee Career Center provides you with access to many industry directories (login required), which are useful tools for arts and entertainment industry professionals.
There are thousands of job search websites. At the Berklee Career Center, we realize that you don’t necessarily have the time to search through all of them, so we’ve selected a few of our favorites and organized them into an online job listings page.
The student employment program provides opportunities for you to work part-time on campus, thereby helping you to meet some of your living expenses. With more than 750 positions ranging from 10 to 20 hours of work per week, as well as daily opportunities for project-based temporary employment, student employment is a great opportunity for professional and educational growth.