Short-Term Projects for Students, Mentored by Alumnae & Parents



Build skills, earn a stipend, & be supported through a virtual summer experience sponsored by a member of the Wellesley community! Opportunities last 40–80 hours over about 2–4 weeks, and all students not already receiving Career Education internship funding or College research funding are eligible — including members of the class of 2020.


Alumnae, Parents, & Employers

Design a Hive Internship Project by unbundling a long-term internships and separating out individual projects that can be completed remotely. Students benefit from working on a real-world project, while your organization will gain timely support from students.

Lizamaria Arias
Throughout my time at Wellesley, the advisors at Career Education were instrumental in helping me navigate the labyrinth of academia and pointing me toward resources and opportunities that would help me achieve my goals.
Lizamaria Arias '17
International Relations and Political Science
Michelle Yu
I am incredibly thankful for the part Career Education played in my internship journey. From the beginning, my career mentor was there to brainstorm, encourage, and motivate me to pursue an internship that aligned with my interests.
Michelle Yu '19
Satisfaction & Loyalty
student satisfaction in 2018–2019 after in-person appointments (on par with 98% in 2017–2018)
Award Winning
2 Awards Won
2017 NACE Career Services Excellence Award & 2017 Eduventures Innovation Award
96% of Class of 2019 graduates were employed, accepted to graduate school, participating in a service/volunteer program, or serving in the military within 6 months of graduation

Hive 2020: Supporting Students & Alumnae in the Covid-19 Employment Landscape

"From the first program I wrote to the projects I'm working on now, I still get a rush every time my code runs. That feeling is what got me hooked on computer science."

Welcome to Career Education at Wellesley