Job banks that specialize in or specifically list paid, summer, international,
college student (academic) and other types of internships or co-op work-study
programs. Some also include entry-level jobs and apprenticeships.
This targeted section is for your convenience, but lots of job banks list internship
programs among their "regular" jobs. Be sure to check other job
banks too, especially Top Job Banks.
For more tips about landing internships, see the Internship
Center. See the First
Job Center for tips about landing your first job and planning your
Initially called the Job Resource and started by two students at Stanford University,
for students. Search for internships and entry-level jobs.
Writing Your First Career Resume
Your resume is your calling card and an employer's very first impression of you.
You don't get a second chance. If you have any doubts about writing your first
career resume or if it doesn't land enough interviews, consider letting ResumeEdge
help you. They'll create an entire resume package for you-or if you so choose,
just help you improve your version. As the service of choice for some of the
topmost of the top job banks, ResumeEdge is the
#1 professional resume writing service on the Web.
Learn about Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science (SOARS),
a four-year, paid internship program for graduate and undergraduate groups
who are underrepresented in atmospheric and related sciences. SOARS provides
transportation, housing, and earn-while-you-learn paychecks that increase annually.
Search for U.S. and international entry-level jobs and internships, post your
profile and multiple resumes confidentially, set up search agents to send jobs
by email, organize your job search results, get salary info, find scholarships,
and much more, courtesy of
Wall Street Journal.
Search for entry-level jobs and internships, and browse loads of resources for
college and after-college job seekers, such as Salary Information, Best College
Resumes, Internet Job Search Strategies, and Mastering the Interview. Most popular
for its interview advice. Useful for all, not just grads.
A job board for students and alumni of every U.S. college, university, graduate
school, high school, and vocational and adult education school. Lists internships
and entry-level, temporary, part-time and full-time jobs in many industries.
Post your resume and access resources, such as job search tips, student loans,
helpful sites and a scholarship search.
Conservation Jobs and
Explore volunteer, internship and employment opportunities in a wide
variety of disciplines throughout the U.S., courtesy of the Student Conservation
Environmental Career Internships
Among other things, this leading environmental careers development organization
lists paid, summer and other environment-related internship programs in America,
that typically lead to entry-level environmental jobs.
Entry-Level, Co-Op and Internship Jobs
Big Blue participates in college campus recruiting events, and lists global entry-level,
co-op work-study program, and internship opportunities on its Web site.
A project of Action Without Borders, "A global network of individuals and
organizations working to build a world where all people can live free and dignified
lives." Find volunteer, paid, summer, international, college student (academic)
and other types of internships with nonprofit and volunteer organizations around
the globe. Register for email updates of internship opportunities matching your
Jobs Just for Students
Search and apply for international entry-level jobs and internships for both
students and recent graduates, at the global giant's Web site. Also store potential
employment opportunities in your "shopping cart" and receive more by
Search an international database of internships for students and recent graduates,
link to related resources, and browse featured employers. Some services are
by third-parties and cost. Runs other job banks that cater primarily to students
and recent grads too, including SummerJobs.com, OverseasJobs.com and ResortJobs.com.
Any of their sites might include work-at-home opportunities. Since most such "opportunities" are
scams, be wary. Get a reputable book on
the subject instead. It's a lot cheaper.
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
The USA branch of the IEEE lists U.S. and international electrical, electronics,
computer, and other electrotechnology and information-technology opportunities,
including entry level, internship and consulting. Offers resume posting, opportunity
notification by email, and lots of career resources for engineers. Doesn't require
membership for many of its services, including those listed here.
Search for U.S. and international internship programs and post your resume for
same. A service of WetFeet.
Job Bank USA
Find U.S. and international internships by selecting the keyword in your search
criteria. Accepts resumes, sends employment opportunities by email and lists
Limnology and Oceanography
The American Society of Limnology and Oceanography is a Professional organization,
featuring resources for those working or interested in limnology (scientific
study of freshwater bodies), oceanography and related sciences. Includes a job
board with student opportunities, including paid internships.
Search for entry-level jobs or internships and learn about resumes and interviews,
at the college and graduate school recruiting section of popular Monster,
a top job bank.
Become a Monster
member to manage your job search, post your resume and customize your jobs
by email options. It's all free.
Read about and search for international computer, IT, programming, and other
internships and entry-level jobs.
A directory of resources to help science, mathematics and engineering students
prepare for the changing demands of today's job market. Includes job listings,
fellowships, studentships and summer opportunities, and graduate school rankings.
Browse paid, summer, international, college student (academic) and other types
of internships listed alphabetically by category. Charges a small fee for resume
Research Corporation Student Programs
SRC is an association of companies and U.S. Government agencies, collaborating
in semiconductor research. Among its student programs, it offers fellowships,
scholarships, mentoring by industry experts, and increased chances for internships
and entry-level jobs.
A joint project between the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and Department
of Education, just for high school and college students. Search for Federal employment,
including apprenticeships, internships, co-op work-study programs, and temporary
and summer opportunities. Also build an online resume you can print locally,
research Federal agencies, and receive new opportunities by email.
Student Search System
Recruiters specializing in American internship, entry-level and experienced positions
for college students. Browse jobs and submit your resume online.
Jobs and Internships
A collection of helpful articles and resources, for finding and landing summer
jobs and internships. Includes same for internships abroad. By Alison Doyle,
About.com's Job Searching Guide.
Washington Center for Internships
Arranges academic, college student internship programs in the private, government
and nonprofit sectors for a semester, summer or quarter. Offers a Business
and Information Technology Internship Program, among others. Works with hundreds
of colleges and universities to place interns. A nonprofit organization not
affiliated with the U.S. government, except through internship arrangements.