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Everyday, thousands of students around the world are searching online for an internship, co-op program or a student job.

FindInternships.com was created to help. The web site is a free online resource for students looking for summer and year-round internships. We post new opportunities daily from major corporations, non-profit organizations, and local and federal government agencies. Some of our opportunities are even for students looking to go abroad.

There are many, many opportunities available, and we filter through each one of them to ensure that they are 100% real and legit. Some are specific to students of certain majors and career paths, while others are only for students who reside in certain cities and states.

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Weyerhaeuser Internships

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Weyerhaeuser Internships are open to college students who are pursuing a Bachelor's degree. Applicants must be at least sophomores in order to apply.

Internships are generally offered during the summer months and last for three months. Some internships may last from May through September and require candidates to be in their junior year of school.


Tavis Smiley Internship Program

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Tavis Smiley Internship Program is a diversity-focused program for college students who want to pursue a career in broadcasting. Internships are offered in publicity, event production, media archives, and radio journalism.

Interns will be paid for 12 weeks and be required to work 15-20 hours per week during the internship. Candidates must be enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university and major in the internship area for which they are applying. They must also obtain course credit for the internship.


College Winter Fashion: 6 Tips to Working Your Winter Wardrobe

College Winter Fashion: 6 Tips to Working Your Winter Wardrobe

BY CHRISTINE BAKER


It's no surprise that we have trouble dressing for the winter weather. The greatest conflict in the fashion world is between feeling comfortable and looking good-- at least it is for college students. We freeze on the days we want to impress, and when we manage stay warm, our inner fashionista is bundled up in something that looks like it could be from the Michelin Man's closet.

But don't fret! There is hope. After talking with students from Dickinson College, Messiah College and Harrisburg University, we've developed six simple tips and secrets that can help you stay fashionable and keep up with the trends in the harsh winter weather.

1. Use layers.

If you want to stay warm what better way to do it than to layer it up. Cardigans, sweaters and button-ups all have potential for layers. You want to wear that blue oxford you love but afraid you'll freeze with just that under your coat? Button it up, throw on a sweater, cardigan, or even a crew neck, and pull out the collar to keep things fresh. Not only will you stay warm and comfy in your layers, but you will look effortlessly well put together.

2. Mix up your patterns.

Patterns are the key to a diverse wardrobe. For your winter style, do not be afraid to mix patterns. "Let a great pattern be your accessory," said senior Rachel D'Ascendis from Messiah. Different patterns can work when coupled in the right way. Incorporating more than one pattern in an outfit adds dimension, and creates a more memorable appearance. What is most important is that you "step out of your clothing comfort zone. Experiment and see what works with your personality," said junior Brian Ramirez, also from Messiah. The more patterns you find to put together, the greater the possibilities you have for pairing warm clothes together to stay comfy! When putting more than one pattern together, it's good to keep in mind what colors you are using, like neutrals.

Read this article in its entirety at www.pennlive.com .


Novozymes Internships

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Novozymes Internships offer college students an opportunity to gain professional work experience while they are still in school. Internships are offered in the U.S., China, and Denmark.

Internships are offered in the areas of human resources, supply chain, business development, data analysis, marketing, science, engineering, and more. Internships can range from 3-12 weeks and can be either paid or unpaid, depending on the nature of the internship.


Proctor & Gamble Internships

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Proctor & Gamble Internships give college students an opportunity to experience their career through hands-on job participation. Paid work opportunities are available in many areas for student working toward the completion of an associate or bachelor’s degree.

Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or above. Candidates must also major in the following areas: Business, Accounting, Marketing, Business Management, Business Administration, Communications, History, Liberal Arts, Organizational Leadership, and more. They must also be proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center’s Internship Challenge

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The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center’s Internship Challenge is open to students who are attending a 2-year, 4-year college, university or community college, as well as students pursuing a Master's Degree program. Internships are paid.

Undergraduate students applying must have completed at least their sophomore year of school. Internships take place between May 1st and April 30th with life sciences companies across the state. Eligible students must be either attending a school located in Massachusetts, or be a Massachusetts resident attending a school outside Massachusetts.


Late Night with Seth Meyers Summer Internship

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Late Night with Seth Meyers Summer Internship is an exciting opportunity for college students to work in New York City during the summer for a major network TV company. Candidates must be pursuing an Associates, Bachelor, or graduate degree from an accredited institution.

Candidates need to have a GPA of 3.0 or above and be interested in entertainment production. This internship is for students who are able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, act independently, take initiative, and help the show. They must have a desire to learn more about entertainment production, be at least 18 years old, and be able to work in New York City for the summer.


Bio-Techne Internship Program

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Bio-Techne Internship Program is open to junior level college students. All internships are paid. Internships are 11 weeks in duration, beginning in June and ending in August.

Internships are available in many areas, including marketing, human resources, bioprocess, biomedical, chemical and biochemical engineering, or cell biology-related disciplines. Applicants must major in a field related to the internship for which they are applying. They must also have a GPA of 3.0 or above.


5 New Year's Resolution for College Students

5 New Year's Resolution for College Students

BY TAYLOR PAGAN


To add to your already long list of goals for 2016, here are five New Year’s resolutions that will help you become a better student this year.

Remember, a new year means a new and improved you! *Eye roll*

1. ACTUALLY ATTEND CLASS

Even though you may be perfectly capable of infrequently attending that huge lecture class and still passing the course, perhaps this New Year you should make an effort to attend class each week and to even arrive on time. The courses you are taking are expensive — get your money’s worth by showing up to learn.

2. COME TO CLASS PREPARED

OK, so you’ve managed to actually get out of bed and to attend class on time. Good job! However, it’s not enough to just show up to class — you have to show up prepared! This means bringing your textbooks to class, pulling out a notebook or laptop to take notes on and, most importantly, putting on your thinking helmets and coming to class eager to participate in intellectual conversation.

Read this article in its entirety at college.usatoday.com .


A.I. Foods Corporation Internship

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A.I. Foods Corporation Internship is a paid work experience opportunity for college students; applicants must be at least a sophomore to apply. The internship is 3 months in duration and includes a stipend.

Applicants must have proficient computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office software. It is preferred they also have experience and skills with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The intern will be responsible for updating a company catalog of products. They will also assist in social media monitoring, posting, and uploading.


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