Applied Psychology Internship: Human Resources

Seeking a college student who is looking for an internship working in a fast-paced HR environment. This 31-year-old company provides valuable services to numerous high-profile clients. They are a well-established organization that is just a couple of blocks from Penn Station. If you want to immerse yourself in Human Resource activities and come away with hands-on business experience and marketable job skills, this may be the place to start. They promote a positive work environment and understanding of their business. This is a great opportunity for college students to gain both school credit and knowledge of the Human Resources field.

This internship is for school credits only (2-3 credits, unpaid).

Gain Experience / Training in:

  • Application of Human Resources functions.
  • Processing in HR pertaining to payroll and other functions.
  • I-9 processing (verifying the identity of employees and their eligibility to work legally in the U.S.).
  • Day to day functions of Human Resources, allowing you to see different aspects of the HR field.
  • The company’s objectives, environment, techniques, and strategies that are used daily.

Desired Abilities & Experience:

  • Must be highly organized and conscientious (critically important).
  • Must be highly attentive to details and accuracy (critically important).
  • Has a propensity to be curious and ask questions.
  • Pursuing an associates or bachelor’s degree.
  • No required experience.

Responsibilities / Learning Objectives:

  • Observing different areas of Human Resources activities.
  • Assisting with processing I-9’s, scanning paperwork, and onboarding new hires.
  • Shadowing the HR/Payroll Assistant to learn the day to day responsibilities.
  • Shadowing the HR Manager later in the internship.
  • Learn functions in human resources to gain experience in a variety of HR functions.
  • Hands on project with scanning important paperwork for associate’s files.
  • Building relationships with the team.

Salary: $0.00 /hour

The intern must be available to work between 9 and 15 hours per week.

To apply for this internship, contact Professor Richard Paino ( ) immediately (Reference: UBM-1)

Last Updated: 07/06/2023 16:15