Internship Resource Websites

Internship Websites

College Central:

College students and grads to begin your job and internship searches. You can post your resume, search for jobs and internships, find job fairs, and get expert job and career advice. Includes megajobs search engine. Free to job-seekers.

Intern Jobs:

National database o internships for students and recent grads. Job-seekers can search the internship database by keywords or locations and can post a resume online. Free.

Intern Web:

College students seeking internships in a variety of career fields across the U.S. can search for internship listings, as well as find many useful resources, including intership-related articles and career tools. Registration required to search for internships. Free.

After College:

Internships and Entry Level Jobs: a job and internship site for college students and recent college grads. Post your resume or search for job openings (by job type, industry, type of work, location, and keyword). Also includes some basic career resources. Free to job-seekers.

Internship site for college students, where you can browse for both traditional and virtual internships. With a virtual internship, you work in a remote location (dorm room?) from the employer. No cost to job-seekers.

Get That Gig:

Young job-seekers (16-21) can find cool summer jobs and internships, as well as learn about extraordinary career paths in all types of industries, from entertainment and education to healthcare and marketing — and many others. Search for jobs or post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

Global Experiences: Experiential Education Programs Abroad:

International education programs provider, specializing in international internships and work experience abroad, summer internships, fashion internships abroad, volunteer programs, teaching English as a second language, foreign language training, and similar programs. Fee-Based.

IHipo: International Internships and Jobs:

Combination of social network and job site, iHipo provides young professionals and students the ability to browse through hundreds of international job and internship postings, post a profile, and develop contacts. iHipo stands for international High Potential network. No cost to job-seekers.

Washington Internship Institute:

Search the database to find vital information on all about academic internships — mostly in government — in the Washington, D.C. area.

Intern Abroad: International Internships:

International internships. Students can search for paid and volunteer, academic and non-academic internships, as well as college credit practical training programs around the world. From Free.

Regionally focused and regularly updated guides about internships and part-time, career-related positions in the private, non-profit and government sectors. Major cities and states. Cost: $7.95 per guide.

Intern Exchange:

Internship site for college students, who you can post your profile (resume) and search for potential internships throughout the U.S. You must register before you can use any of the services. Free to job-seekers.

Rising Star Internships:

College students can search for internships and/or post their resumes.

Snag A Job:

Job site for high school and college students looking for part-time, seasonal, or summer jobs. Search for a job by type of job or by location, and than apply online. Free to job-seekers.

Student Search System:

Specializes in finding internships and entry-level employment for college students and graduates.

Summer Internships:

Expensive internship options (mostly summer, but expanding into fall and spring) in about 20 locations across the world. The all-inclusive programs include guaranteed internship placement, housing, meal plan, 6 planned weekend activities to the best tourist attractions in the area, a weekly seminar series, and daily transportation to and from work. Fee-based.

Summer Jobs:

Summer job-seekers can search by keyword or location for summer jobs. A very nice resource.

The Washington Center—Internships and Academic Seminars:

Through its programs, students can earn academic credit while they gain practical experience, discover professional strengths and weakensses, and evaluate career paths.


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