Internships In the United States
NOTICE: The Web pages listed below are NOT official Berry College pages.
Internship Sites with Password Access
Berry Career Central – Our online system is used to connect Berry students and alumni with employers for full time, part time and internship positions. Students have 24 hour access to the system and can search and apply for full time, part‐time and internship positions.
www.internships.com – This website allows you to search from thousands of open internships throughout the country, and even some abroad! The first time you log on you must use the Berry Promo Code (contact the Career Center at 706-236-2292 to obtain), and then you will set your own password for future website use.
Internship Sites with Federal / Public Service Organizations
Making the Difference - The Partnership's Web site for college students and recent graduates interested in federal employment.
Federal Student Internship Programs - via USAJobs
Best Places to Work - Based on feedback from more than 221,000 civil servants, the Partnership has compiled its "Best Places to Work in the Federal Government" rankings of 283 federal agencies and subcomponents.
Where the Jobs Are - Check out a list of federal hiring projections through 2012!
Internship Sites for Multiple Majors
LinkedIn Job Portal for Students and Recent Graduates - A job portal through LinkedIn providing easy access to entry-level jobs and internships in the U.S. and worldwide.
www.ielnet.org – A great list of internships through experiential learning.
www.idealist.org – A huge list of internships available with non-profit organizations throughout the world.
www.princetonreview.com – No one knows how to find an internship better than the Princeton Review.
www.intern.si.edu/ - Internships through the Smithsonian Institution.
www.twc.edu - Internships through the Washington Center.
www.supremecourt.gov - Judicial Internship Program with the Supreme Court of the United States
www.internshipking.com/ - A great internship resource that lists opportunities with big name companies.
Internship Sites for Communication Majors
www.magazine.org – If you go to the site map and look for Internships under "Career Center," you'll find some great internship opportunities at a variety of different magazines.
www.emmys.com – Academy of Television media and entertainment internships.
www.entertainmentcareers.net – Internships in the entertainment field.
Internship Site for History Majors
www.preservenet.cornell.edu – A great website, through Cornell University, with opportunities in historic preservation.
Internship Sites for Environmental Science Majors
www.eco.org – Check out internships dealing with environmental careers.
www.firstgov.gov – Under the First Gov website do an advanced search for “intern” and find jobs dealing with environmental internships.
– Environmental internships through the Student Conservation Association.