Search by state, country, internship type, or keyword

Mastercard Internships

mastercard_2017_summer_internships
Mastercard Internships are offered to students pursuing Bachelor's degrees, Master's degrees or MBA's. Summer internships are available in both financial and non-finance related areas.

Summer internships run from the beginning of June to the middle of August. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.0 or above in order to apply. They must also major in the internship area, have excellent communication skills, be able to work on multiple projects concurrently, and be willing to complete a required online assessment in order to be considered for an internship opportunity.


Neiman Marcus Corporate Internship Program

neiman_marcus_2017_summer_corporate_internship_program
Neiman Marcus Corporate Internship Program offers a paid summer internship program for college students in exciting New York City. It is open to rising college seniors.

Candidates must have a strong interest in a career in merchandising for a luxury department store. Summer internships are paid and offered every year. Interns will work at either the New York or the Dallas store and participate in the Executive Development Program.


AAMC Undergraduate Research Programs

aamc_2017_summer_undergraduate_research_programs
AAMC Undergraduate Research Programs are available for college undergraduates with a strong background in science. Summer internships in research are offered to students considering a research career.

Summer Undergraduate Research Programs are offered at universities, hospitals, medical centers, research foundations, and clinics around the nation. All offer summer internships that generally run from the end of May through the beginning of August. Each program has its own eligibility requirements but all are designed for currently-enrolled undergraduates.


Anderson ZurMuehlen Internships

anderson_zurhuehlen_2017_summer_internships
Anderson ZurMuehlen Internships are offered to college students currently enrolled in a degreed business or information technology program. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.0 or above in order to apply.

Summer internships are offered in the audit, tax, controller services, and IT departments. Internships are available from October-December, January-April, and summer internships run from June-August.


NEIWPCC Internships

neiwpcc_2017_summer_internships
NEIWPCC Internships are available to college students interested in working in an outdoor environment and learning about water quality and safety. Interns will work as Lake Champlain Boat Launch Stewards from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Lake Champlain is a natural freshwater lake in North America, mainly within the borders of the states of Vermont and New York. Summer internship interns will be responsible for greeting visitors to Lake Champlain, gather lake-user information and even be trained to conduct vessel inspections. Interns work eight-hour days for approximately thirty-two hours per week at select boat launches around Lake Champlain.


Venture Outdoors Internships

venture_outdoors_2017_summer_internships
Venture Outdoors Internships are open to college students interested in working in the outdoor recreation field. Summer internships are available, as well as internships in the Spring and Fall.

Summer internships are offered in the areas of Fishing, Youth Program, Photography, Communications, and Marketing. Spring internships are offered in the areas of Photography and Programs. Internships are unpaid. Some positions may be available for class credit.


SRP Internships

srp_2017_summer_internships
SRP Internships are offered through the Salt River Project (SRP) Agricultural Improvement and Power District in the state of Arizona. Candidates should have an interest in working within a large supplier of public power and water utility.

Applicants must be attending an accredited college or university and major in the area for which they want to intern. Some internship positions may have specific requirements regarding skill level and experience relating to the internship. Summer internships may be available, as well as Spring and Fall.


Chicago Coalition for the Homeless Internships

chicago_coalition_for_the_homeless_2017_summer_internships
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless Internships are offered to college students, both undergraduate as well as graduate students. Internships give college students an opportunity to earn academic credit in their field of interest.

Summer internships are available as well as internships that run through the academic year. Chicago Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) finds summer internship and other internship positions for more than 20 interns a year within its public policy, community organizing, legal and development staffs.


Alaska Public Media Internship

alaska_public_media_2017_summer_internship
Alaska Public Media Internship offers a rich and rewarding paid summer internship for college students interested in a media-related career. Interns will work in a news department posting stories, audio, and video to the alaskapublic.org website.

The paid summer internship is for college students who are studying journalism, broadcasting or a related communications field and who have experience working in newspapers, magazines, radio or television. Ideal candidates will also be familiar with Word Press or posting to online publications.


Gap Medics Pre-Health Internships Abroad

gap_medics_pre_health_2017_internships_abroad
Gap Medics Pre-Health Internships Abroad offers hospital-based medical internship shadowing programs abroad to students from all over the world. Programs are available for high school students age 16-17, and for students 18 years old or older.

Applicants should have a strong interest in pursuing a health-related career. Internship areas include medicine, nursery, midwifery, physician assistant, and dentistry. The internship program allows students to intern abroad and be right in the heart of an international hospital or clinic to observe real work with real patients. Summer internships and internships offered throughout the year run from 2-4 weeks or longer.


Clinton Foundation Internship

clinton_foundation_2017_summer_internship
Clinton Foundation Internship is open to current or rising undergraduate seniors, graduate students, and postgraduates who are in good academic standing. On some occasions, sophomores and juniors pursuing their undergraduate degree are also considered.

Internships cover five specific areas of the Foundation: Programs and Initiatives, Communications, Logistics, Technology, and the Clinton Presidential Center. Many internships are offered in each area, resulting in internships that will reach across the interests of many college students.


The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Diversity Internship Program

the_robert_f_kennedy_human_rights_diversity_2017_summer_internship
The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Diversity Internship Program is open to students from ethnic and cultural backgrounds, including but not limited to Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic descent. It is for undergraduate students with an interest in learning about fundraising and communications at an international human rights organization.

The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Diversity Internship Program is a 12-week, part-time, summer internship work opportunity for deserving students with an interest in the international human rights field. Summer internship applicants must have a grade point average of 3.2 or above and have completed their freshman year in college. They must currently be enrolled in an undergraduate college program.


The Office of Barack and Michelle Obama Internship Program

the_office_of_barack_and_michelle_obama_2017_summer_internship_program
The Office of Barack and Michelle Obama Internship Program is a 16-week internship program in Washington, D.C. This is an exciting summer internship opportunity for college students to work for the former President and First Lady.

The internship position prefers students who can work full-time during the 16-week internship. Interns will work on a variety of tasks, with an emphasis on correspondence duties. The purpose of the Office of Barack and Michelle Obama is to enable them as citizens to work with other American citizens to bring about change.


The Urban Twist Internship Program

the_urban_twist_2017_summer_internship_program
The Urban Twist Internship Program offers an opportunity for college students to experience working for a digital magazine. College freshman through graduate students are welcome to apply. Internships are online.

Internships are available in the areas of Journalism, Marketing Design, Web, and Photography. Summer internships are available, as well as Spring, Fall, Winter, and year-long internships. Summer and other internships are 3 months long and include an option to earn full or partial course credit for your work.


Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD) Internships

environment_and_natural_resources_division_2017_summer_internships
Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD) Internships are available to first-year (second-semester), second-year and third-year law students; joint degree and LL M students are also eligible to apply. Positions are volunteer legal internships.

Internships are offered at ENRD offices in Washington, DC; Denver, CO; San Francisco, CA; Sacramento, CA; Boston, MA; and Seattle, WA. The number of interns hired vary according to location and semester. Interns help prepare cases, conduct legal research, draft pleadings, discovery, and memoranda of law relating to federal environmental and natural resource issues.


Go Global, Take Your Skills Abroad

By Gabrielle Webster

It is hard to pinpoint the origins of my wanderlust, yet from a young age, I have dreamed of traveling the world. I was born in Houston in the early 90's - a first generation American. My parents met years before in Kingston, Jamaica, the capital of the underdeveloped island nation. I distinctly recall flipping through old photos capturing palm trees and pavement, and yearning to visit what my father called the "concrete jungle". As I began reading books describing far off lands, my urge to travel grew. The introduction of the internet, putting the world at the end of my fingertips, sealed my fate - I wanted to be a global citizen. As an undergraduate, I came to learn that thinking globally was a large asset in the business world. So no matter what stage of your career you are in, it is never too late to get abroad.



National Business Aviation Association Internship Program

national_business_aviation_association_internship
National Business Aviation Association Internship (NBAA) Program is open to high school and college students interested in careers in aviation. Internships with NBAA introduce students to the vast possibilities within the business aviation industry.

Summer internships give students first-hand experience working in business aviation. At least four interns are chosen every summer to assist NBAA staff with programs relating to business aviation. Opportunities can include working with an aviation manager in the Program and Professional Development Program, working with the Operations team, or assisting NBAA's Marketing & Member Services division.


Meridian Internships

meridian_2017_summer_internships
Meridian Internships offer college students an opportunity to join a premier non-profit organization for a summer learning experience in their field of interest. Interns gain knowledge and skills that will help them become effective leaders.

Summer internships are offered in the areas of Marketing and Communications, Finance, Program preparation, and more. Candidates must be working toward a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree focused on International Relations, Political Science, Non-Profit Management, Business, Finance or a field related to the internship. They must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and organizational skills.


Oregon Zoo Internships

oregon_zoo_2017_summer_internships
Oregon Zoo Internships are offered to college students in the summer, as well as Fall/Winter/Spring terms. The internships are unpaid and offer students hands-on experience in many areas.

Summer internships are available in Research and Conservation (upper division and graduate students), Assist Wild Life Live! program (for undergraduate or graduate level college students with course work in biology or zoology), and Veterinary Externship (for fourth year veterinary students). All applications for internships will be subject to a background check.


Wilson Center Internships

wilson_center_2017_summer_internships
Wilson Center Internships are offered to current, recent, or returning college students. Two different internship programs are available, and each one has its own separate application and deadlines.

Summer internships are available, as well as internships in the Spring and Summer. Research Assistant Interns work as research assistants or scholar interns for visiting scholars. They work about 15-20 hours per week. Research assistant internships are best suited for college students planning to continue on into graduate studies, or for college students who want gain a deeper understanding of their field of study.


Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Internship Program

wisconsin_department_of_natural_resources_2017_summer_internships
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Internship Program is open to high school students, current college students, and post graduate adults seeking skills for a new career. Several summer internship programs are available.

The Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP) is a paid summer internship program offered by the State of Wisconsin. The internship is for racial/ethnic minorities, female students, and students with disabilities and provides them with an opportunity to work in a professional work environment within Wisconsin state government.


Keystone Internships

keystone_2017_summer_internships
Keystone Internships are offered to eligible undergraduate and graduate students who have an interest in pursuing a public history career. Applications are accepted from students throughout the United States, as well as international students.

Undergraduate students applying for a summer internship must be a rising junior or senior. All candidates must be enrolled at a college or university at the time of their internship. Summer internships are available in the areas of archival practice, archeology, architecture, collections care and management, cultural resource management, curation, exhibition development, historic preservation, historical research and programming, museum studies, and museum education.


USAID Internships

usaid_2017_summer_internships
USAID Internships are open to high school students, and students attending a two- or four-year college, university, vocational or technical school, or other certificate program. Applicants must be attending school at least on a half time basis.

Paid, summer internships are available to students during the summer and at other times during the year. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.0 or above in order to apply. Two types of paid summer internships are available. The first type allows students to explore Federal careers through internships that provide valuable work experience directly related to their academic field of study. These interns may be eligible for permanent employment after successfully completing their education and meeting work requirements.


Illinois Government Internships

illinois_government_2017_summer_internships
Illinois Government Internships and Fellowships are offered to college and graduate students, as well as college graduates. Internships offer great opportunities for students to experience firsthand the inner workings of government in the state of Illinois.

Summer internships are available across several government offices, enabling college students to find work experience that pertains to their area of study. Candidates must be college juniors or seniors, or graduate students in good academic standing who are attending an accredited college or university. Applicants must have a study concentration in the area for which they are applying for an internship.


The Human Rights Campaign Internship

the_human_rights_campaign_2017_summer_internship
The Human Rights Campaign Internship offers numerous summer internships, as well as internships in the Spring and Fall, for college students who are LGBTQ advocates and leaders. More than 25 program areas are available.

Applicants have a choice of several locations, including Washington, DC, Birmingham, AL, Little Rock, AR and Jackson, MS. Internships are unpaid but do provide a modest, one-time travel stipend. The internship program is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates who have graduated within the last year.


The Washington Center Internship Program

the_washington_center_2017_summer_internship_program
The Washington Center Internship Program offers college students a summer internship in Washington, D.C. Internships are offered across almost all fields and sectors, regardless of students' majors and professional interests.

Applicants must be currently attending an accredited college or university and be a sophomore or above during the term of their internship. They must have a GPA of 2.75 or above and be at least 18 years old. While some internships may include a stipend, most are unpaid. Students may receive academic credit from their college or university for their participation in the internship.


Are Grades or Experience More Important When Looking For a Job?

are_grades_or_experience_more_important_when_looking_for_a_job
By Joyce Huber

The whole purpose in going to college is to prepare yourself to enter the workforce, and to increase your chances of getting a better-paying job, right? Back in the 80s and 90s, the emphasis was on getting good grades in college to make yourself more competitive when it came time to search for a job. Well, things have changed. The rules have changed substantially from Baby Boomers to Millennials. Now you need experience.


The National Agricultural Library Internships

national_agricultural_library_2017_summer_internships
The National Agricultural Library Internships are available to high school students, undergraduate and graduate college students. Many different opportunities are available that will match the interests or career goals of students. Applicants must be at least 16 years old to apply.

Students interested in agriculture will find summer internships available in food and nutrition, food safety, water quality, animal welfare, rural community development, alternative farming systems, and more. Other summer internships are offered in information technology, database management, web content development, and more.


FindInternships.com is product of StormFox Productions LLC