Finding an Internship
The best way to find an internship is by talking with people. Begin your search by speaking with individuals on campus or in your field of study, including:
- your academic advisor
- professors in your field
- Career Services
- professionals in your field that you already know
If necessary, you can continue your search online by utilizing the resources listed below.
Good source for local internship opportunities.
An internship-matching program linking employers, students, and colleges/universities throughout the state of Indiana. Note: requires free registration.
Internships throughout the United States:
Search an extensive database of internships, read internship reviews, and research companies. Note: requires free registration
Global database of internships for students, recent graduates, and career changers (most are located in the US).
Great source for internships in non-profit organizations throughout the U.S. (and a few abroad).
This Program is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while still in school and while getting paid for the work performed.
WCSC is a semester-long internship program in DC that provides meaningful work experience and cross-cultural engagement. Get a front-row view of all the action in our nation’s capital.
Broad listing of internship opportunities around the globe in numerous fields and areas of study.
Explore ProWorld’s volunteer, study, and intern abroad programs in Latin America, Asia & Africa.
Review a directory of programs located on six continents, along with informational articles and helpful advice.
Diversity related internship opportunities:
The Entry Point! program offers internship opportunities for students with disabilities in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and some fields of business.
Selected interns work in the offices of U.S. representatives in Washington, D.C.
This site contains a resource guide created by a graduate student especially for ALANA students who are looking for summer internships and other learning opportunities.
Whether you’re seeking an internship with the federal government or in the corporate sector, the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) offers students the opportunity to graduate with career experience.
Hispanic Heritage Foundation in partnership with the Hispanic College Fund created LOFT (Latinos On Fast Track) to systematically identify, prepare and place emerging Latino professionals in industry specific jobs to bolster the Latino management presence in America’s workforce.
The mission of Inroads is to develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
For over 25 years SEO has offered mentored summer internships to outstanding ALANA students leading to full-time job offers.
Assists eligible students with finding paid internship opportunities at America’s leading Fortune 500 corporations and national organizations.