Internships & Employment

  • Resumes: Offers information and helpful links for creating resumes
  • Academia Resource Management : Offers information on research fellowships and science internship opportunities with the organization's sponsors. Applicants may apply on-line for research or lab positions in science, engineering and related majors. The site is primarily for undergraduate students, though some opportunities also exist for faculty and post-grad students.
  • Career Builder : Career Builder is one of the largest sites for professional job seekers and recruiters, but it also hosts a search engine for internships.
  • : The #1 entry level job site.
  • College Board Scholarships : Scholarships from the College Board.
  • Department of Workforce Services : Utah's most comprehensive job search tool.
  • Direct Marketing Association : This national, non-profit organization has a listing service for hundreds of national internships - many of them paid. The Web site also offers helpful job searching tips and guidelines.
  • : A good source of local scholarships, national scholarships and college-specific scholarships. Also lists jobs and internships for students.
  • Intern Abroad: is a great resource for students interested in international internships.
  • connects students to intern-friendly housing in major cities across the United States. Ask your employer if a password to is part of your intern package.
  • : This site lists internships by location, area of study, and compensation both nationally and internationally.
  • : is the largest internship site on the web with more than 3,000 organizations offering internships for college and law students. Over 100,000 students visit us every month.
  • : An online source for internships has thousands of searchable internships.
  • : is an online internship database for students across the country. Our mission is to enable employers and internship seekers to find each other easily and efficiently.
  • Job Hunt : Online job search guide and jobs resource directory.
  • Job Resource :Lists internships and entry level jobs by industry and state.
  • MonsterTrak : Has thousands of full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities whether you're a college student, a recent grad, or just looking for a new job.
  • Quintessential Careers : Offers job and career resources for college students including how to find an internship, tips on succeeding, and turning your internship into a job. Also provides some search engines.
  • RIT Gives a comprehensive list of potential internships for pre-med students.
  • Scholarship database of more than 3,000 sources.
  • The Washington Center for Internships : TWC is a nonprofit, educational organization that provides full-time internships for college students who seek a quality, supervised internship for academic credit.
  • The Washington Internship Program : Has been the top-rated DC internship program for 18 years. Offers opportunities to learn, explore, achieve, and discover.


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  • Federal Jobs : FedJobs is a comprehensive listing of available positions within the United States Federal Government and other branches.
  • Fedex : Offers competitive salaries to interns in many fields of operation.
  • IBM: IBM challenges project teams of technical and MBA interns (along with their technical and business mentors) to start something BIG by developing new high-growth businesses. What began in 1999 with 25 summer interns in Cambridge , Mass. , now serves more than 200 students in 12 worldwide labs year-round.
  • Intel : Intel offers a valuable career experience while working with a team that challenges you and appreciates your ideas. Many internships end as student build up careers with Intel.
  • Sprint : Sprint's interns go back to school with powerful industry insights, valuable networking contacts, professional references and a sharper focus for their career plans.
  • The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO): ECO is a national, non-profit organization that protects and enhances the environment through the development of professionals, the promotion of careers and inspiration of individual action. More than 8,500 interns have been placed in paid internships nationwide since 1972. Each year about 650 ECO Associates are placed in paid internships at local, state, and federal government agencies, non-profits, private corporations and consulting firms across the country.
  • People to People International : PTPI is a non-political, non-profit organization founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The organization seeks to place students in internships and study abroad programs in a wide range of fields.
  • World Health Organization : Offers internship opportunities for graduate or post-graduate university students, generally in health-related programs.
  • World Trade Organization : Offers internships in Geneva , Switzerland to students in relevant academic disciplines like economics, law, political science, or international relations.
  • Cooperative Education & Internship Association (CEIA) : For forty years, the Cooperative Education & Internship Association, Inc. has provided professional services to our members in cooperative education and internship programs in colleges, universities and business/industry.
  • National Society for Experimental Education (NSEE) : The National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) is a nonprofit membership association of educators, businesses, and community leaders. Founded in 1971, NSEE also serves as a national resource center for the development and improvement of experiential education programs nationwide.
  • Institute for Experimental Learning : IEL offers a number of internships in the Washington, D.C. area. Interns may serve in Federal agencies, the house or senate, the Supreme Court, the Department of State and even inside foreign embassies located in Mexico, Korea, France, Sri Lanka and a few other nations. They recruit three times per year, so watch the deadlines!
  • United States Department of Transportation : Has opportunities available for students in a wide variety of fields.
  • White House Government Internships : Interns at the Social Office help plan White House dinners and other gatherings, while other government internships are working for the Chief of Staff, Counsel to the President, Office of the First Lady, the National AIDS Policy and other offices.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art : The Met offers several internship opportunities for students in the visual arts and humanities areas. Many of these opportunities include stipends, scholarships or honorariums.
  • Smithsonian Opportunities for Research and Study : Whatever your interest-folklore, African art, space travel or astrophysics-the Smithsonian has an internship to match.

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