Thinking about doing an internship? This can be a great way to start making connections in your industry, learning about what you do and do not like about different positions, and more. This resource should help get you started and don’t forget you can schedule an appointment or stop by for a drop-in advising meeting to answer your questions and help you think through next steps.
Springboard for the Arts is an economic and community development organization for artists and by artists. Use their site to identify job and internship opportunities, explore fellowships and sponsorships, and discover professional development offerings–all designed specifically for artists!
This resource features advice for students who are undocumented with regard to finding internships, as well as includes links to additional resources that could be helpful in navigating this challenging journey.
The Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) is a partnership with the National Park Service and Environment for the Americas designed to provide internship opportunities for young Latinx adults, in a variety of career fields. The program helps raise awareness of public lands, including national parks, and engage the next generation of stewards. Applications generally open […]
Parker Dewey provides students access to paid micro-internships, short project-based experiences with employers that help you gain critical skills to build your resume. Students can create a free account, upload their resume, search for, and apply for projects that match their interests and skillsets. The micro-internship board updates frequently with new opportunities. Many of these […]
Put your best foot… or hand forward with handshake! Find jobs, internships and more with this CSU Career Center resource.
Check out CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences pages for links to jobs and internship sites by major and interest area.
Explore past internships in apparel and merchandising at CSU.
Do you have questions about getting paid for your internship? Find those answers with this document.
If you’re a current student or recent graduate, you may be eligible for federal internships and job opportunities through the Pathways and other student programs.
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It’s not brain surgery, find a neuroscience job with this website.