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Jefferies LLC Internships

Jefferies LLC Internships are offered to college students who are pursuing careers in investment banking. Internship positions are available in Investment Banking, Fixed Income, Equities, and in the Research and Corporate divisions.

Both undergraduate and graduate students may apply for an internship opportunity at any of their locations, including New York, California, North Carolina, and Texas. Internships are also available internationally. Internships are offered during the summer to undergraduate juniors or graduate students, preferably with a background in accounting and finance.

American Airlines Engineering Co-op Program

American Airlines Engineering Co-op Program is open to college students pursuing degrees in the engineering and aviation fields. Candidates must have completed their sophomore year or approximately 60 hours towards a Bachelor degree.

Candidates include students with majors in the areas of Engineering, including Aeronautical/Aerospace, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer, Metallurgical and Civil Engineering. Positions are offered at several locations with a work commitment of 6-7-months, either January-August or June-December. A GPA of 2.5 or above is required.

MGM Hospitality Internship Program (HIP) - Paid

MGM Hospitality Internship Program (HIP) is a paid internship for current college students interested in an exciting career in the field of hospitality. Candidates must be full-time student pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree at an accredited college or university.

Applicants must be 21 years of age or older. They must also have a GPA of 2.8 or above in order to apply. Internships are 10 weeks long and include pay. Applicants must also have an expected graduation within 18 months after the internship program ends.

Erie Insurance Future Focus Internship Program

Erie Insurance Future Focus Internship Program is committed to helping undergraduate and graduate college students learn and grow with a challenging internship position that will offer relevant and real world business experience.

ERIE’s internships are paid, competitive and available in many disciplines.

Sonic Drive-In Corporate Internships

Sonic Drive-In Corporate Internships are offered to college students who have completed at least two years of coursework. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply.

Applications are being accepted now for summer internship positions. Internships are offered in the areas of accounting and finance, advertising, marketing, architecture and engineering, business, human resources, information technology, purchasing, supply chain and more.

Thrivent Financial Internships

Thrivent Financial Internships are offered to college students who have earned their Bachelor's degree and are working towards a Master's degree. Internship positions vary across the organization.

Internships may be offered in the areas of accounting, business, marketing, information technology, investments, real estate market analysis, and more. In addition to majoring in the area pertaining to the internship position, candidates must have excellent communication skills, strong interpersonal skills to work with a variety of people across all levels of the organization, and be detail-oriented.

Assurant Corporation Internships (Paid)

Assurant Corporation Internships are offered to college students majoring in accounting or finance. Applicants may be either undergraduate juniors, or seniors who will be pursuing a Master's degree in accounting or finance.

Paid internships are offered during the school year; interns hired during the school year will work 25 hours a week at their internship position. Interns hired for the summer will work a full 40 hours per week. Some internships might be extended up to one year.

National Center For Learning Disabilities Internships

National Center For Learning Disabilities (NCLD) Internships are offered for the fall semester (August-December) and spring semester (January -June) for college students with learning disabilities who are interested in working for a non-profit organization. Internships for both disabled and non-disabled students are available.

Internships last a minimum of six weeks, with interns working a minimum of 20 hours per week. The following internships are available:

Sealed Air Corporation Internships

Sealed Air Corporation Internships are open to outstanding college students who are currently enrolled at an accredited college or university in the U.S. Positions are offered in many diverse areas.

Most internships occur during the summer, but some interns may receive extended offers for future internships with the company. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or above. Internships are offered in Research & Development, Marketing and Communications, Graphic Design, Human Resources, Finance, Information Systems,
Manufacturing, Customer Service, Sales, and Packaging.

AECOM Technology Corporation Internships

AECOM Technology Corporation Internships offer a wide variety of work experience opportunities for college students who want to get a taste of the real world while still in school. Internships provide on-the-job training that contributes to students' skill base.

Internships are offered in the areas of engineering, architecture and design, and construction management. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.0 or above, excellent communication skills, a professional demeanor, and the ability to interact effectively with peers and fellow employees.

Zoro Paid Internships

Zoro Paid Internships are offered to college students during the summer. Internships start in early June and end in late August and are full-time, summer positions.

Internships are offered in marketing, business, software, customer service, and more. Applicants should major in the field for which they are applying but are not required to have specific experience; interns will receive on-the-job training. They should have an interest in learning, have good interpersonal skills, and work well with teams as well as independently.

EOG Resources Internships

EOG Resources Internships are offered to qualified college students who are pursuing degrees in engineering and geoscience. Students must have a strong desire for a career in the oil and gas industry.

Interns will be given challenging projects that will give them valuable hands-on work experience, in addition to increasing their knowledge and understanding of one of the most dynamic oil and gas companies in the United States.

Paid Vs Unpaid Internships -- Which is Better For My Career?

By Joyce Huber

Internships offer a great way for college students to explore career opportunities, apply their classroom learning in a real work setting, and help them decide if this is what they want to do the rest of their working life. Whether the internship pays or doesn't pay, the student is gaining valuable, on-the-job experience. But which internship is better -- a paid internship or an unpaid internships? It depends.


It is best to weigh the pros and cons of both paid and unpaid internships. If money is the primary goal and you absolutely need to make money for college, then a paid internship should be the goal.

But if the primary goal is to gain valuable experience that will give you a jump-start on your career, or help you find employment, then there are several things to consider when choosing a paid or an unpaid internship.

Gaining Experience

The most important thing to remember in choosing an internship is to choose one that is in an industry that relates to your chosen career field. Remember, internships go on your resume, which means you will need to explain to your potential employer what you gained from the internship experience. If the internship is totally out of your career focus and was accepted just for the money, it may be a negative on your resume.

On the other hand, examine carefully the duties you will be performing during the internship. If a paid internship turns you into a go-for, fetching coffee, making copies, and answering phone calls, it is not going to give you any meaningful experience in your career field, even if it does include pay. In this case, an unpaid internship that offers more experience in your field would be more valuable.

Increasing Job Opportunities

Internships can also lead to offers of full-time employment following graduation. Competition for good jobs out of college lead many students to choose internships that have a history of hiring interns. Statistics show that by far, paid internships are more likely to lead to job offers than unpaid internships. According to The National Association of Colleges and Employers, students who complete paid internships were 63 percent more likely to find employment. Students who completed unpaid internships were only 37 percent likely to find employment. This is close to the 35 percent likelihood among students who did not complete an internship at all.

Just because you completed a paid internship does not guarantee you a job, but it does seem to increase your chances. Even if the employer who hired you for the internship does not offer you a full-time position after graduation, the social network you have established during the internship can increase your chances of being hired by another company.

Internships For Credit

Many internships are unpaid but offer internships for college credit. This is an option to consider. Although it is unpaid, you can earn credit toward your degree by completing the internship. These types of internships require students to keep accurate notes, and they are generally graded by both their supervisor and their professor. Internships for college credit that are directly in-line with a student's chosen field and offer exceptional experience will add credibility to their experience.


The good news is that paid internships are on the rise. According to The National Association of Colleges and Employers’ (NACE) 2014 Internship and Co-op Survey, among the 97 percent of employers who were planning to hire interns in 2014, 98 percent were paid. And they are paying well. According to a recent survey, average pay for interns seeking bachelor’s degrees is at $16.35; and $22.50 for those with a master’s degree.

Internships in technology typically offer very competitive wages for interns and often include housing and living expenses. Companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, VMware, Twitter, LinkedIn and Palantir offer wages up to $7,000 a month, and benefits like free food, free haircuts, and drycleaning services. Other large companies like ExxonMobil also offer competitive wages. But they are also competitive when it comes to selecting candidates for internships.

The bottom line is that whether you choose a paid or an unpaid internship is a personal decision that is based on what is best for you. In addition, you have the opportunity during your college years to participate in more than one internship. Each one will be a learning experience that will help you make better career decisions. Finally, whether paid or unpaid, an internship is not a waste of time but a valuable step in planning your career.

Allegion Internship Program

Allegion Internship Program offers paid summer work experience for college students who are working on their bachelor's or master's degrees. Internships are offered in engineering, finance, software engineering, mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, and information technology.

Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, leadership skills, and the ability to be exposed to a variety of assignments. The internship is 12 weeks long and is offered during the summer break. is product of StormFox Productions LLC