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Internships: Your Dream Job Diving Board

Internships are a perfect stepping stone between college and your career. Here's why they're so important to your future career and skill building.

by Jessica Rinker


Our Best Advice on How to Find and Rock Internships

Here's our best advice on finding and rocking internships in high school and college, plus helpful search sites and a video from a student who's been there.

by CollegeXpress


How to Find Business Internships and Land the Position

Internships can help you gain experience and learn about your career preferences and interests. Check out these expert tips on landing business gigs.

by Karan Goel


Types of College Internships and What They're Really Like

Interning isn't about being the office errand runner. Here are the many types of internships you'll find in college and what you may do as an intern.

by Bridget Holcombe


What's the Difference Between Co–ops and Internships?

Internships and co-ops are both great experiential learning opportunities in college. But what's the difference between the two? Our expert has the answer.

by Francesca Morrissey


8 Network and Etiquette Tips to Help You Find Internships

Mastering the art of networking and professionalism will only help you land internships and jobs. Here are eight great tips to follow to get the gigs you want!

by Laura Wallace


How MBA Students Can Find Great Internships Online

The internet is a treasure trove of great internships to support your MBA program. You just have to know where to look, and these expert tips can help!

by Ashley Dunlap


The Best Summertime Opportunities: Jobs, Internships, and Volunteering

From summer jobs and internships to volunteering, you can do more with your summer than hang out. It might be the key to getting into your dream college.

by Jessica Tomer


25 Highest Paying Internships in America

Paying for college gets a whole lot easier when your internship pays $4,000 per month...or more. That's what you'll be earning if you're lucky enough to intern at one of these high-paying companies. They offered the highest median monthly pay for US-based interns, as reported on Glassdoor from April 2016 to April 2017. View the original list and lots of fun details of these super generous internship providers here.

FYI, the number given is the median monthly pay. We repeat: that's MONTHLY pay.

source: Glassdoor, 2017 (Shared with permission)


Fund for American Studies Internships

There are programs in comparative political and economic systems, political journalism, business and government, philanthropy and international institutes. Each program includes classes, an internship and special events. Students live in on-campus housing at George Washington University or in furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Each student takes 3-9 credit hours in courses at George Mason University in addition to interning 30-35 hours per week. Summer and school-year programs are available.

sponsored by Fund for American Studies


Archaeology, Research and Education Internships

Interns work with the professional research staff to conduct field work at ancestral Pueblo archaeological sites and conduct laboratory analysis of the artifacts collected. Education interns work with the professional education and research staff to teach archaeology, including field and laboratory work to students who are enrolled in Crow Canyon programs.

sponsored by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center


Interning in the US: Pursuing a Fitness Internship Abroad

Internships are invaluable. International internships? Priceless! Read on for an inside look on Martin's international fitness internship.

by Kara E. Joyce


5 Ways to Help Your Student Network for Internships

As a parent, you want to help your student through the college and career journey, but you shouldn't be overbearing. Here's how to help them learn to network.

by Callie McGill


5 Behind–the–Scenes Internships for Film Students

Majoring in Film and looking for an internship? Here are five great jobs that are away from the spotlight but still majorly important parts of the industry.

by Maddy Heller


RISE – Research Internships in Science and Engineering

Applicant must have at least two years of undergraduate study completed. Graduating seniors enrolled in graduate program may apply.

sponsored by German Academic Exchange Service


How to Balance Homework and Internships in High School

Taking on an internship can be difficult as a high school student, but you can find a balance and be successful at both work and school with these helpful tips.

by Varnika Dhyani


Alumni Association Life Member Scholarship for Internships

Applicant must be a full-time sophomore or junior in good standing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus who has an unpaid summer internship that is located away from the student's home. Top candidates may be interviewed for final selection.

Max Award: $2,000

sponsored by University of Massachusetts at Amherst


Where to Look for Health Care Internships in High School

Interning or volunteering in health care during high school can give your college applications a huge boost. Here's where to look for these opportunities.

by Srivarsha Rayasam


A Quick List of Important Internship Do's and Don'ts

Internships are an exciting time in your academic career. Just follow these do's and don'ts to make sure you fully benefit from all of your hard work.

by Diane Barlow


Important Steps to Succeed Before, During, and After Your Internship

Internships can lead to great things, but only if you make the most of them. Here’s what you should do throughout your internship to make a great impression!

by Gracie O'Brian