Internship Resources

  1. SAINTSLink
  2. Internships by Industry
    Internship programs and search engines that complement a variety of career interests. To get the most out of this list of internship sites, explore sections that are both directly and indirectly related to the field you want to target. You never know what you might find!
  3. General Internship Links
    Search for internships in many different fields with these comprehensive websites.
    Looking for a broad selection of internships?
    Uncertain about your internship goals right now?
    Curious about what opportunities are out there?
    If you answered “yes” to these questions, browse the links below for ideas:
    • 3d-internship.com
    • collegegrad.com
    • collegerecruiter.com
    • experience.com
    • idealist.org
    • iinternship.com
    • indeed.com
    • internabroad.com
    • internhere.com
    • internmatch.com
    • internshipking.com
    • internweb.com
    • internzoo.com
    • jobster.com
    • gogovernment.org
    • monstercollege.com
    • opportunityknocks.org
    • ourpublicservice.org
    • rileyguide.com
    • simplyhired.com
    • summerjobs.com
    • usajobs.gov
    • volunteerinternational.org
    • wetfeet.com
    • Department of Citywide Administrative Services - The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) administers internship programs to introduce college students and recent graduates to public service.
    • DCInternships.org - Assistance for internships in the Washington D.C. area.
    • Washington Intern Student Housing (W.I.S.H.) - Housing for student interns in the Washington D.C. area.
    • Rising Star Internships – Search for placements in 120 categories from Accounting to Zoology. Bright, talented college students and graduates can find companies and organizations who are looking just for them.
    • InternshipPrograms.com - Use InternshipPrograms.com to post your résumé to employers who are exclusively looking for interns, search the database of internships, read internship reviews or research companies and careers. More than 2,500 programs and 200,000 positions are listed in the following categories: Advertising/Marketing/PR, Agriculture & Ecology, Architecture Firms, Arts & Humanities, Government Agencies, Health & Medicine, Internet Companies, Large Corporations, Law Firms & Organizations, News & Media, Non-Profit Organizations, Real Estate, and Sports Teams & Organizations.
    • The Philadelphia Center – Students intern 4 days per week in supervised field placements for academic credit. A wide variety of placements are available, including law firms, ad agencies, corporations, cultural institutions, city government, hospitals, and many others. City seminars and electives help you gain insights into urban life and open yourself to new areas of personal, professional, and academic growth and inquiry.
    • Internweb.com – Internships are showcased in 15 industry-specific areas. Students are able to search for internships by internship type, employer type, geographic location or any combination. Resources for out-of-state housing, cover letter and resume writing, interviewing and other useful topics are also included.
    • www.project-ion.com – internships in Syracuse/Central Upstate New York.
  1. Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
    Summer research opportunities for students interested in the sciences.
    • Institute of Ecosystem Studies – A 12 week undergraduate research experience supported by the National Science Foundation.
    • Research and Training at the National Institute of Health - Summer internships and research related to biomedicine.
    • Research Experiences for Undergraduates – Apply for research opportunities in over 15 different areas, from astronomical sciences to polar programs.
    • SURF Program – Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship programs at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Projects available on 12 different topics, including neuroscience, immunology, genetics, biophysics, and cell biology
    • MedZilla.com - Outstanding services for employers and professionals in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and science
    • Yale University - Research opportunities available to students in a broad range of science backgrounds.
  1. Summer Housing Opportunities
    • Educational Housing Services - Educational Housing Services is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1987 to provide secure housing for college students and interns.
    • Intern Housing in Washington, D.C. - The Catholic University of America provides housing for individuals who are in Washington, D.C. for educational purposes -- internships, research and study.