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Student Jobs & Internships

Meet with a Career Counselor

Address the what, why, how and where of obtaining an internship in a friendly, personalized counseling session. You might want to discuss how to find an internship, have your resume critiqued, or even do a mock interview.

Internship Resources

"How to" handouts in the career resources library include tips and strategies for:

  • Obtaining an internship
  • Resume writing
  • Interviewing
  • Writing a cover letter

Internship Links

Use the web to explore internship opportunities. Look at high quality internship websites and databases.

  • Dow Jones - Internships in editing and reporting at various nationwide newspapers
  • Dynamy - The dynamy program is a one year internship in Worcester, MA, and placements relating to many careers as possible.
  • ECO's Environmental Placement Services - Describes opportunities for students with an academic background related to environmental sciences. The internships are through the Environmental Careers Organization.
  • Get that Gig - Lets you search for internships in a variety of fields.
  • Idealist - Click on "non-profit internships" to access database of US & international non-profit opportunities. Search by career field, location or skills.
  • Intern search - Listing of internships in the sports/health field, including health, fitness and wellness.
  • The Princeton Review - Searchable database including many career fields.
  • Quintessential Career and Job-Hunting Resources Guide - Lots of great links to internships and postings. 
  • Rising Star Internships - Internships in a wide variety of fields. Includes a resume posting section that employers can access.
  • SNPA Internships Directory - Lists newspaper journalism internships by state
  • Study Abroad - Allows you to search for study abroad and work abroad programs by many criteria.
  • Volunteer Placements - Lists non-paid internships around the world in a variety of career fields.
  • You and Smithsonian - Describes internships in museum studies at the Smithsonian Institute.
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