Top Internship Websites
Where to Look for an Internship
At the Career Development Office, we firmly believe in the benefits of gaining real experience from completing an internship. The resources listed below can help you find an internship in the fields that interest you. Networking, forming a well-targeted resume and cover letter, and having a solid foundation of interview skills are key to landing an internship. Check out these websites!
Need an internship but don’t want to search on many different companies’ websites? Indeed.com is an excellent resource for finding internship positions fast. Browse using your skills and interest to narrow down the results and be sure to include “internship” as a keyword to help you find the perfect fit.
HANDSHAKE is an online employment database exclusively available to NAU students and alumni. Create a profile and begin perusing jobs and internships offered by employers who want to hire NAU students. To create a profile, visit the Career Services HANDSHAKE page.
“Whether you are just entering the workforce, making a lateral career move or considering a career change, Vault.com is more than just reviews, it provides the intelligence you need for the career you want—search current job openings, research a company, school or industry, get the inside scoop on what it’s really like, and find the career advice you need to launch your career.”
Designed specifically for sports, TeamworkOnline.com contains positions from all professional sports teams.
LinkedIn connects the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the Internet. You can search jobs, view jobs you might be interested in, and follow companies of interest on LinkedIn.
Internships.com is the world’s largest internship marketplace bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one centralized location. This site specializes in helping students and young professionals find the right internship to kick start their career.
Going Global provides country-specific and employment information, including world-wide internship and postings, employer listings, corporate profiles, and career resources for 30 countries. Updated daily, this annual subscription service is available on an unlimited access basis.
StudentFreelance is designed for students looking for freelance opportunities. If you don’t have the time to do an internship, if you need to earn a little money for project based work, or if you simply want to maintain your skills, you can use StudentFreelance to gain real experience and earn income.
Idealist is a job and internship website for students looking for opportunities in not-for-profit companies.