Internships are a great way for students to gain exposure to an industry closely related to their major. They can be unpaid, paid, or credit-bearing. Below are some websites where you can start your internship search today
- What it is: A job search engine designed for students seeking internships and entry-level positions
- Why it's useful: Allows you to create a detailed profile and matches you to opportunities; includes remote positions
- What it is: A job search engine designed for students seeking internships (paid and unpaid)
- Why it's useful: Allows you to search by major, industry, or job type; lists whether or not a position is paid, unpaid, or credit-bearing
Glassdoor for Students
- What is it: A variation of Glassdoor for college students and entry-level professionals
- How to register: Visit the site, click “sign in" then “sign up." Student can use their student email to receive full, unlimited access to the site
- Why it's useful: Provides info on each company and user-reported ratings of their hiring process, interview questions, and workplace
ZipRecruiter for College Jobs
- What it is: A newer, modern search engine with the ability to search for hundreds of positions.
- How to register: Visit www.ziprecruiter.com for more info.
- Why it's useful: Allows you to search by industry, location, job type, and other filters.
- What it is: A job search engine designed for millennial and Gen-Z students interested in working in various industries
- Why it's useful: Can search by semester; shows newer, start-up brands all over the country