Employment and Internships
Attending college is more than just getting a degree, it's about exploring opportunities, training for a potential career, and making plans for your life after graduation. This site is designed to help students access real estate career-related information. We encourage you to take advantage of the resources offered by the university and the Blackwood Department of Real Estate to help you prepare for your employment and/or internship search.
If you're looking for a job or internship, sign up for Handshake - the VT platform that connects students and alumni with prospective employers and career opportunities! Learn more here.
Find a job or internship
Contact Ashley Ulp to learn more about job opportunities and internships within the real estate industry!
Other resources for jobs and internships
- A.CRE Job Board
- SEO Career Program
- Handshake – Virginia Tech’s official job listing website
- Virginia Tech Jobs
- Virginia Tech Career Services
- Careers Building Communities
General career success information
- Job and Internship Search Guide
- Search Tools and Resources
- Career and Professional Development Events
- Follow our LinkedIn page to stay up-to-date with all Department news and events.
Sample careers in the Real Estate profession
Post a real estate job or internship
- Please contact Ashley Ulp to submit a job posting for current students or alumni.
Sample internship position description
- Download a sample internship position description. Please contact Ashley Ulp with questions regarding designing an appropriate curriculum for interns.
View the United States Department of Labor Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
- Connect with current Virginia Tech real estate students, faculty, and industry professionals through the Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate LinkedIn group
- Explore Virginia Tech Alumni Association career resources
“A real estate degree will help us produce those technical, analytical, savy students that will come out into the industry, be productive, and go to work right away. This degree is good for the students and for us as an industry.”
William N. Park, President
Pinnacle Construction and Development Corporation