If you're an undergraduate or graduate student, you're probably starting to look into and apply to internships. Or if you're not, get on it! It's hard to know where to start. Here are answers to some of your burning internship questions.
Q: What are some good online resources for finding internships?
A: There are many websites for finding internships. Here are some to check out.
- Internships.com – This is the best-known internship site, featuring over 185,000 internships at close to 120,000 companies across all 50 states. It also houses tips for applying and interview preparation.
- CollegeRecruiter.com – This site is for current students and recent graduates. You can find entry-level opportunities and internships. It offers a wealth of job-related advice, including a salary calculator and free resume critique.
- iHipo.com – Catering to graduate-level students and those who've obtained their degree, this site enables you to find international opportunities, including internships, jobs and graduate programs. It also provides advice on resume writing and interviewing.
- CreativeInterns.com – The site has internships and entry-level jobs in creative fields such as graphic design, web design, social media, video production and communications, among others.
- U.S. federal government internships – This includes a listing of federal internships and links to those available at each agency.