Saturday, April 6, 2013

A little about Internships. They are great experience, and can sometimes lead to a job.

First off, Internships don't always lead to jobs.

But they do look great on a resume. And if they like you a lot, and have an opening, they can be a terrific way to get a job. Sometimes.

An internship can be a practice run on a job you think you might like. They are often unpaid, and offered for a limited time.

But you can do great work at one, and make a difference too.

Here are some great pages I found on finding an internship in a field you like or would like to learn more about.

The Fatomei/Dr. Torres List of Internships

Intern with Greenpeace

Finding Internships - at the page

NYC Summer Internships 2013

The Fall 2013 White House Internship program

Smithsonian Internship Opportunities

Student Programs at the Department of State

The City of Seattle Internship Program

Internships Explained: from the Columbia University website

Internships at the UN

Reuters Journalism Internships

And if summer internships at a site are filled, jot these addresses down OR make your own list for next year. The sooner you apply for these, the better.


And of course, check out my Nontrads Scholarship pages:

Scholarships Links and Tips Page One

Scholarships Links and Tips Page Two

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