Some Internship Sources
Career Services Office.
Just about all career services offices have a list of internship programs, important application dates, and other sources of internship information. This office is a great place to start your search. Some offices even have a special internship coordinator.
Major-specific internship programs are frequently maintained by the department office. One or more faculty members may specifically handle internships, so make sure you investigate these sources.
Tell everyone you know that you are looking for a specific type of internship; these people should include your family, your friends (at school and at home), your family’s friends, your professors, past employers, alumni, etc. Just as with job-hunting, networking may be one of your best sources for internships — especially for competitive internships. Learn more about networking.
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