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Amp up your
academics with real, related, work experiences.
Try one, or several, of our unique positions during your four years at Berry.
Find YOUR Job
93% are working or in grad school within 12 months of graduation.
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Community partners offer real-world experience, off campus.
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Taking part in the Premier Work Experience Program in the nation allows you to gain incredible, resume-building, work experience on our living laboratory of a campus with the opportunity of reducing the cost of your education. Use the money you earn to pay for books and classes or apply for one of our competitive scholarships that use your work experience along with generous donations to greatly reduce the cost of attending Berry.
Get ready to work hard inside and outside the classroom!
Through our nationally-recognized work experience program, students can choose from more than 300 different jobs. Explore your interests, passions and get paid while developing an impressive resume.
You don't have to be a business major to put innovation and problem solving to actual use. Students of all majors at Berry get ready to launch their own great ideas by trying out entrepreneurism on the job and in student-operated campus enterprises.
We believe in preparing you for life after college and have developed resources to help you attain great results when you graduate. From choosing a major, finding an internship and perfecting your resume to workshops and online training to build workplace skills that employers find desirable, we offer the tools to make graduate programs and employers take a good, long second look.
Pursuing 2 master’s degrees at Georgia Tech.
Vendant Mehta's job in our Creative Technologies lab led him to pursue two master's degrees in aeronautical and nuclear engineering.
Read Vendant's Story
Year of the Supervisor
“The concept of Year of the Supervisor was to find a way to bring supervisors together once a month, allow them to enjoy a meal, and talk through topics while focusing on positive solutions,” said Wendy Dahlgren, coordinator of the Gate of Opportunity Scholars program.