This collection of websites offering internship opportunities is continually updated to make sure you have the best information available at all times. Although we will make every effort to make sure these links are active and available, some links will change and become invalid. If you do discover a link that is not working, please immediately notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please explore as many options as possible and look at more than one internship site.
College Recruiter - Site offers several internship opportunities nationwide. Use the search term “internship” first.
CollegeGrad.com – The most visited internet site for internships and entry level opportunities; More than 6000 active links.
Cool Works – Internships in the US with outdoor centers, conservation corps, resorts, national parks, summer camps etc. Humanitarian and environmental internship opportunities available around the world as well.
DC Internships.org – Live, Learn and Intern in Washington DC. Learn more about Summer, Fall and Spring opportunities with trade associations, embassies, political organizations, federal agencies, media outlets, lobbying organizations and policy groups.
Entertainment Careers - Provides information on jobs and internships in the entertainment industry.
Environmental Careers Organization - Search for internships on this environmental website.
Get-That-Gig – Fun internship opportunities in all kinds of industries.
Global Experiences – Global Experiences is an international education program provider, specializing in international internships, summer internships, fashion internships abroad, volunteer programs, teaching English as a second language, foreign language training, and similar programs.
Great Summer Camp Jobs - Summer camp jobs are available now at premier boys, girls, and co-ed summer camps in Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine, New York and New Jersey.
HBCU- Careers – Search for opportunities by company or by industry
Hospitality careers are booming! If you are interested in one of the many hospitality careers available, including lodging, food services, entertainment, recreation and the arts. Go to http://www.hospitalitycareersnow.com/ for information about the industry and start your new hospitality career!
Idealist - This site has listings for internships, jobs, volunteer opportunities, career fairs and events for the nonprofit sector.
IMDiversity.com – Great niche website with career and self-development information for job seekers of diverse backgrounds.
INROADS - Internships and professional development for minority students in various positions and geographic locations.
Internship Programs - Post your resume or search their database for internships. This site also provides internship reviews and allows you to research companies.
Internships-USA - Over 100,000 students visit this site monthly to see internship offerings from 3,000+ organizations offering opportunities for college students.
Occupational Outlook - For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you:
- the training and education needed
- expected job prospects
- what workers do on the job
- working conditions
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Sistahs-in-Science – Website at Mt. Holyoke sponsored by Dr. Sheila Browne and supported by a grant from General Electric.
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1963 as one of New York City's first mentoring programs for high school students of color.
Teachers - Teachers.com - Get helpful tips for finding jobs in the education field. Get news and updates. Connect with a community of educators who share similar interests and discuss topics which are important to educators.
The HBCU Career Center – Use your zip code and the keyword “intern” to find hundreds of internships in your area