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This is not a directory of INTERNSHIPS, but rather a sampler of

internship sources to give users ideas of kinds of organizations that

provide internship opportunities. This list supplements bibliographies

whose sources lead to better understanding of internships.  Internship

internet sources and resources are selectively listed with information

about many of these sources.


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Internship - Wikipedia

An internship is a period of work experience offered by an organization for a limited
period of time.
[1] Once confined to medical graduates, the term is now used for a wide
range of placements in businesses,
non-profit organizations and government agencies.
They are typically undertaken by students and graduates looking to gain relevant skills
and experience in a particular field. Employers benefit from these placements because
they often recruit employees from their best interns, who have known capabilities, thus
saving time and money in the long run. Internships are usually arranged by third-party
organizations which recruit interns on behalf of industry groups. Rules vary from country
to country about when interns should be regarded as employees. The system can be open
to exploitation by unscrupulous employers.

Internships for professional careers are similar in some ways, but not as rigorous as
apprenticeships for professions, trade, and vocational jobs.[2] The lack of standardization
and oversight leaves the term "internship" open to broad interpretation. Interns may be
high school students, college and university students, or post-graduate adults. These
positions may be paid or unpaid and are temporary.

Typically, an internship consists of an exchange of services for experience between the
intern and the organization. Internships are used to determine if the intern still has an
interest in that field after the real-life experience. In addition, an internship can be used
to create a professional network that can assist with letters of recommendation or lead to
future employment opportunities. The benefit of bringing an intern into full-time
employment is that they are already familiar with the company, their position, and they
ypically need little to no training. Internships provide current college students the ability
to participate in a field of their choice to receive hands on learning about a particular
future career, preparing them for full-time work following graduation.



Internships exist in a wide variety of industries and settings. An internship can be paid,
unpaid, or partially paid (in the form of a
stipend).[5][6] Internships may be part-time or
full-time and are usually flexible with students' schedules. A typical internship lasts
between one and four months,
[7] but can be shorter or longer, depending on the
organization involved. The act of
job shadowing may also constitute interning.[8]

  • Paid internships are common in professional fields including medicine,
    architecture, science, engineering, law, business (especially accounting and
    finance), technology, and advertising.[9] Work experience internships usually
    occur during the second or third year of schooling. This type of internship is to
    expand an intern's knowledge both in their school studies and also at the company.
    The intern is expected to bring ideas and knowledge from school into the company.

  • Work research, virtual research (graduation) or dissertation: This is mostly
    done by students who are in their final year of school. With this kind of internship,
    a student does research for a particular company.
    [11] The company can have something
    that they feel they need to improve, or the student can choose a topic in the company
    themselves. The results of the research study will be put in a report and often will
    have to be presented.

  • Unpaid internships are typically through non-profit charities and think tanks which
    often have unpaid or volunteer positions.
    [5] State law and state enforcement agencies
    may impose requirements on unpaid internship programs under Minimum Wage Act.
    A program must meet criteria to be properly classified as an unpaid internship.
  • Partially-paid internships is when students are paid in the form of a stipend. Stipends
    are typically a fixed amount of money that is paid out on a regular basis. Usually,
    interns that are paid with stipends are paid on a set schedule associated with the

Another type of internship growing in popularity is the virtual internship, in which the intern
works remotely, and is not physically present at the job location. It provides the capacity to gain
job experience without the conventional requirement of being physically present in an office.
The internship is conducted via virtual means, such as phone, email, and web communication.
Virtual interns generally have the opportunity to work at their own pace.

Internship for a fee

Companies in search of interns often find and place students in mostly unpaid internships,
for a fee.
[13] These companies charge students to assist with research, promising to refund the fee
if no internship is found.
[14] The programs vary and aim to provide internship placements at
reputable companies. Some companies may also provide controlled housing in a new city,
mentorship, support, networking, weekend activities or academic credit.[6]



The 10 Best Websites For Finding An Internship - Forbes

1. LinkedIn

2. Glassdoor

3. Google

4. Your school’s job listing site and alumni network



7. YouTern
An unusual site, YouTern tries to mentor and connect would-be interns
using social media tools like Twitter. Internship seekers
fill out a profile and interact with mentors.

8. Idealist:
An excellent site to look for both internships and jobs in the non-profit sector,
Idealist, based in Portland, OR, dates back to 1996. Run as a non-profit,
it has listings for organizations around the world.

9. Global Experiences

10. CoolWorks:
This site isn’t for internships per se, but rather for jobs,
especially summer positions, geared toward young people.


Internship Programs: Find Your Next Internship


How to Identify a Shady Internship

Not all internships are created equal. Some positions that might look like

internships are really just part-time temp jobs available to almost anyone.

They may even be unchallenging busywork that an employer would rather

not assign to staff.


You might get paid at this type of job, but chances are slim you’ll rack up good,

resume-building experience.


Here are some tips for recognizing shady internships:

• It promises quick money and lots of it. If it sounds too good to be true—it is.

• It’s a small organization you can’t find in the Yellow Pages.

• The employer advertises its “internships” on flyers all over campus.

• It’s a sales-related job and the pay is based on commission.

• The employer doesn’t inquire about your experience, background,

or career interests to see if you’re a good fit for the position.

• You get vague answers to your questions about the work you’d be doing.

• The offices are in a questionable location, such as a warehouse area or

a person’s home.

• The employer doesn’t ask you to complete a job application before making

you an offer.

• Your instincts are telling you to get out as fast as you can!


Internships 101

What is an Internship?

From Way Up

In the past few years, it’s become increasingly common for college students
to have a paid or unpaid internship under their belt by the time they graduate.
To be competitive in the workforce and give yourself a leg up in the job search
after graduation, it’s more necessary than ever to apply for meaningful internships.



An internship might not pay much — or at all —
but it can be the start of a great career.
Learn how to write a resume, apply for an internship,
interview effectively, and make the most of your internship.




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Khan Academy Internships


We offer mentorship and then some

We treat our internship program as the healthiest, most important source of full-time recruiting
we have. From day one to the end of your internship you'll have an experienced teammate who
considers it their job to make sure you're growing the skills you need. Something's in your way?
Let us know, we'll fix it. The people you'll work with
come from all walks of life and are available
to teach you new tricks and tell stories about their past. Whatever you're working on,
you'll find a teammate interested in helping you learn.




Find the best internship opportunities for you.








Internships & Co-ops


An internship with real-world application

Mentoring, training, and practical work experience in a world-class research environment

Intrigued by the possibility of applying classroom theory in a real-world work environment? Consider Sandia.

Each year, Sandia welcomes students from around the country—from those in their final years of high school
to researchers obtaining PhDs—to work in a variety of technical and business positions.
Interns work on real-world, challenging projects to contribute to critical national goals.

Many of our research internships can be experienced through technical institutes that encompass
a range of disciplines, including cyber security, energy surety, engineering design, and software development.
Each institute provides a team to guide and mentor interns in projects aligned with their major or area
of particular technical interest. Professional development and social activities supplement project work
to create an even more rewarding experience.

Our internships provide students

  • Opportunities to work on challenging projects at competitive pay
  • Academic credits for some co-op and other internships
  • Research mentoring from top scientists and engineers
  • Training and practical work experience using state-of-the-art equipment and instruments

In some cases, internships can also lead to an offer of full-time employment.  

Internship Types

Sandia offers several types of internships to help jump-start your career 

  • Summer Internship
  • Year-Round Internship
  • Co-Op Internship
  • Academic Internship


Before applying to an internship or co-op, make sure you meet these minimum requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship for positions that require security clearance or as stated in the job posting
  • At least 16 years of age
  • Full-time enrollment status (typically 12 units for undergraduates  and 9 units
    for graduate students) at an accredited college, university, or high school


    • Year-round/co-op intern – Must be a full-time student during the academic school year
      (spring, fall, and winter)
    • Summer intern – Must be a full-time student during the spring term immediately
      preceding the internship
    • Academic intern – Must be a full-time student during the term (spring, fall, or winter)
      immediately preceding the internship
  • Minimum cumulative grade point average


    • 3.0/4.0 for graduate students
    • 3.0/4.0 for undergraduate and high school students applying for Research and Development (R&D),
      Technical, or Business positions
    • 2.5/4.0 for undergraduate and high school students applying for clerical or laborer positions
      (Laborer positions are available only at the Sandia/New Mexico site)

How to Apply

Apply to each job you are interested in separately, following these steps:

  1. Use Sandia's Careers tool to create a username and password.
  2. Filter by the Student Job Family or Job Type.
  3. Browse the list of internship and co-op openings.
  4. Complete your online application.

Detailed instructions for using Sandia's Careers tool to apply for a position are also available.


Many factors are considered in the selection of an intern, including your interests, academic achievement,
and applicable experience, as well as Sandia's workforce needs.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion,
sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

Sandia invites you to review the Equal Employment Opportunity posters which include EEO is the Law,
EEO is the Law Poster Supplement, and Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision.




Learning to Lead Internships
Independent Institute

Now Accepting Applications!

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Independent’s Learning to Lead Internships are designed to provide participants with hands-on training
and experience in a premiere think tank setting while encouraging the professional development
of future leaders, scholars, and pioneers of tomorrow. Our programs are multi-disciplinary and
incorporate group work to foster collaboration with staff across the organization.

Readings and other elements of personal and professional development are incorporated into the program
to encourage interns to develop skills and understanding of their work and free-market ideas. Interns are
encouraged to participate in events and social gatherings hosted by the Independent Institute.
All interns are encouraged to write original research or editorial pieces with a chance to be featured
in Independent Institute publications.

We make every effort to match prospective interns based on their interests and future career goals.


Application Deadline*

Term Start

Term End


October 1

February 1

May 1


April 1

June 1

August 8


July 1

September 4

December 13

*Applications recieved after the deadline will be considered if open intern positions are still available.






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Finishing your studies and want some international experience?

INTERPOL offers a range of internships across both policing and support services.
This is a great opportunity to get work experience in an international organization
and understand how international police cooperation works.

Internships can be in our policing services for those of you who are interested
in security and crime matters. We also offer internships across our support services,
from communications and strategic planning to human resources.

How do I apply?

Only applications submitted in response to specific internship vacancies will be considered.
Candidates should apply through the online Talentlink platform accessed from each vacancy announcement.
Please include a cover letter including:

  • Your motivation to join the INTERPOL internship programme;
  • Your interest in and your assets for the specific internship you are applying for;
  • Your expectations for this internship.

Who can be an intern at INTERPOL?

To do an internship at INTERPOL, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled in, or have graduated from, a post-secondary accredited academic institution
    within the past one year on the date of submission of their application;
  • Be a national of one of INTERPOL’s member countries;
  • Have attained the legal age of majority in their country of nationality;
  • Be fluent in English.
  • Meet the requirements indicated for each specific internship opening for which they wish to apply.

Conditions of internships

Duty station

Most of our internship opportunities are based in our Lyon headquarters in France, but there are some
opportunities in our other duty stations.
The duty station of each internship is indicated in the vacancy notice.


The length of an internship depends on the needs of the hiring service and is indicated in each vacancy notice.
It varies from a minimum of six to a maximum of 11 months.


Interns receive a monthly allowance of 550 euros (Lyon), which is adjusted for different duty stations
and is prorated according to the number of days worked.


All costs related to the recruitment process and subsequent travel, insurance, accommodation, and living
expenses must be borne by the intern.

Security clearance

A confidentiality vetting inquiry will be carried out prior to confirming any selection. If selected,
you must produce a certificate of non-criminal records from your country of nationality
and from any other country where you have lived for more than 12 months in the past five years.


Interns are responsible for obtaining and financing the necessary visas. INTERPOL
will provide you with the necessary documents.

Medical insurance

Interns are responsible for medical costs arising from accidents and/or illness incurred during the internship
and must provide a medical insurance certificate, covering in case of illness and death, valid for the duration
of the internship prior to starting.


You must be discreet and keep confidential any and all unpublished information obtained during the course
of the internship and may not publish any documents based on such information.

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Student Internships



Ever thought about having a great career dedicated to:

  • improving the health and well-being of all Americans?
  • ensuring that we have clean air, pure water and better-protected land?

You can have that career at EPA! EPA internships and fellowships provide a great introduction to our work,
giving you a sense of whether EPA might be the right place for you. Internships,
fellowships and other opportunities are available at our Washington D.C. headquarters,
in our ten regional offices, and at our labs and research centers throughout the nation.

NOTE: EPA resources for the Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Undergraduate Fellowships and Science
to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowships for Graduate Environmental Study are no longer available.
Students are also encouraged to review other Federal Opportunities for Undergraduate and Graduate Students.
For historical information, please refer to the GRO and STAR Fellowship page.

What Do Interns Do?

Want to learn more about what EPA interns actually do? Read these blog entries from recent interns:


Other Student Opportunities


    Fellowships, scholarships and post-doctoral opportunities

    Student contracting

    Internships and fellowships for law students and recent law school grads

    EPA-NSF Graduate Research Internship Program

    Federal internships through the NSF INTERN Program


Related Information


    Partnership for Public Service's Go Government website, Students page Exit Pathways for Students and Recent Grads page

    NOAA's National Sea Grant Jobs and Fellowships page


The Pathways Program offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current
students, recent graduates and those with an advanced degree. There are three different paths available:


·         Internship Program

The Internship Program is for current students. If you’re a current student in high school, college,
trade school or other qualifying educational institution, you may be eligible. This program offers paid
opportunities to work in federal agencies and explore federal careers while completing your education.

Learn more about the Internship Program  .

·         Recent Graduates Program

·         Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program

Other student programs and opportunities

There are several other opportunities available to students, including:

How do I know a job is open to Students & recent graduates?

In the job announcement look for the This job is open to section. When a job is open to Students 
you’ll see the Students icon: . When a job is open to Recent graduates, you'll see the Recent graduates icon: .
There may be other groups listed that can also apply.

You can also select the Students or recent graduates filter. Your results will display all jobs open
to students and recent graduates.

Documents you may need




Upload and submit through USAJOBS

You can upload and save documents to your USAJOBS account. Once uploaded, you can submit these
forms with your job application as needed. Sign into USAJOBS or learn how to upload documents.

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Internships and Fellowships


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Georgia Tech


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Click Here for undergraduate advisors for help with co-ops and internships.

Georgia Tech internships provide opportunities for students to gain experience in their field,
determine if they have an interest in a particular career, and create a network of contacts, and
receive academic credit. An internship may be either paid, unpaid or partially paid
(in the form of a stipend).

The Georgia Institute of Technology Internship Program is an academic program designed to
complement a student's formal education with practical work experience.
The internships are single-semester, major related full-time or part-time work experiences
that help students better understand the "real world" applications of their academic studies. 

Involvement in the GT Internship program requires a commitment of full-time or part-time
employment for a minimum of 14 weeks for the fall or spring semesters,
or a minimum of 8 weeks for the summer term. Interns typically work for one semester,
with the flexibility of participating in multiple internships, and in some cases, have the option
working for two consecutive terms (e.g. spring and summer or summer and fall). 
Full time work assignments are for a minimum of thirty five hours per week,
and part time assignments require at least twenty hours of work per week.

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The Houston Zoo invites college students and aspiring professionals

to participate in unpaid internships at our AZA accredited facility.


Internships are available in most animal sections, as well as conservation,

education, marketing, special events, and water quality departments.

Internships are designed around spring, summer, and fall semesters,

but not all areas will have openings available during each term.


General Internship Requirements

Age and field of study

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Internships | US Department of Transportation


The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has several internship opportunities,

which are aimed at providing current high school, college, and recent college graduates

with meaningful developmental and work experiences in the transportation industry.

The overarching goal of DOT Internship Programs is to:


Provide a pipeline for attracting talented students with a passion for public service

Stimulate interest in pursuing a promising career and experience during their

assigned placements throughout DOT.


Eligibility Requirements - All candidates must be:

  • A U.S. Citizen
  • Eighteen years of age on or before the first day of the internship
  • Enrolled in high school, vocational or trade, undergraduate or graduate program at a 2 to 4-year college or university
  • Able to obtain or maintain a security clearance

For more information on DOT internships, visit Catalogue of DOT Internships


DOT Agencies

There are 13 DOT Operating Administrations that sponsor internships

  1. Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST)
  2. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
  3. Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
  4. Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
  5. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
  6. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
  7. Office of Inspector General (OIG)
  8. Maritime Administration (MARAD)
  9. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
  10. Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA)
  11. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLS)
  12. Surface Transportation Board (STB)








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Internships & Recent Graduates

MCC offers student employment opportunities through the Pathways Program
There are three components of Pathways:
the Internship Program, the Recent Graduates Program, and the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program.



MCC Requirements for Internships

  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must be at least 16 years old
  • Must be enrolled at least part-time in a degree-seeking program
  • Must have completed two years of post-high school education or an associate degree
  • Must have a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher
  • Suitable for federal employment, as determined by a background investigation

Internship Program Administration

  • MCC hires interns on a temporary basis for up to one year for an initial period,
    or for an indefinite period while an intern is completing educational requirements.
  • Interns may work either part-time or full-time.
  • MCC will sign a participant agreement with the interns that sets forth the
    expectations for the internship.
    Interns may be eligible for conversion to a permanent position
    after completion of the program​.



The Center offers a wide range of part-time internship opportunities
to current, recent, or returning college students.
Wilson Center interns have the opportunity
to develop both research and professional skills,
and to participate in the numerous activities and events held at the Center.
There are at least 80-90 interns
at the Center at any given time. Availability of positions generally corresponds
to the beginning of the fall, spring, and summer terms. Most internships are unpaid.
The Woodrow Wilson Center has two different internship programs
with separate applications and deadlines.
Many interns are research assistants for our visiting scholars,
contributing directly to research on a wide range of projects.
Other interns work in staff and program offices.
For more information about both of our internship programs,
please visit the pages found under "Helpful links"
on the right side of the page.
The related links below show a number of Staff Assistant internship opportunities
at the Center.

Staff Assistant Internships


·          Accounting Intern

·          Internships with the Africa Program

·          Internships with the Brazil Institute

·          Internships with the Canada Institute

·          Internship with the China Environment Forum

·          Internships with the Cold War International History Project

·          Internships with the Communications Office - Media Outreach

·          Internships with Congressional Relations

·          Internships with the Development Office

·          Internships with the Design Office

·          Internships in Digital Communications

·          Internships with the Digital Futures Project

·          Internships with the Director's Office

·          Internships with the Environmental Change and Security Program

·          Internships with the Global Women's Leadership Initiative

·          Internships with the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy

·          Internships with the Kennan Institute

·          Internships with the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

·          Internships with the Latin American Program

·          Internships with the Maternal Health Initiative

·          Internships with the Mexico Institute

·          Internships with the Middle East Program

·          Fellowship and Internship Opportunities with NPIHP

·          Internships with the Polar Institute
nternships with Special Events

·          Internships with the Urban Sustainability Laboratory

·          Internships with the Science and Technology Innovation Program

·          Spring Social Media Internship 
Internships with The Wilson Quarterly

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For more information or questions, write to:

Internship Coordinator

Email: internships@...

 Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20004-3027



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Every year we host hundreds of interns from the world’s leading universities.
Our chosen interns have demonstrated academic excellence, strong leadership,
communication skills and technical excellence in their respective fields.
Interns have the opportunity to work in functions that include engineering,
science, finance, information technology and marketing.

Our internships offer flexible 10-12 week assignments during the summer,
adjusted to your academic calendar and the needs of individual businesses.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the U.S. without Abbott sponsorship,
be enrolled in a major in a related discipline, and possess a willingness to travel
and be placed anywhere throughout the United States.



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DCNR Internships

DCNR seeks interns drawn to challenging and rewarding career experiences
in conservation, recreation, and environmental protection.

As a DCNR intern, you can play a role in protecting and enhancing our natural lands,
overseeing the state park system, managing state forest lands, and/or
expanding outdoor education and recreation opportunities throughout the state.

Who Can Apply?

DCNR provides both paid and unpaid internships, which are available
to full-time college students.

The number of positions varies from year to year, based on department needs.

You may apply for an internship with DCNR if you meet this criteria:

  • Be currently enrolled full-time in a bachelor’s degree or advanced degree
    program in an acceptable major
  • Have freshman year completed
  • Have good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher)
  • Have Pennsylvania residency or enrollment at a Pennsylvania
    college or university

DCNR is seeking students majoring in programs such as:

  • Architecture
  • Communications
  • Geology
  • GIS
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Education
  • Forestry
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Public Policy
  • Natural Sciences

DCNR Internship Benefits

As a DCNR intern, you have the opportunity to:

  • Gain rewarding experience in your field of study
  • Experience hands-on skill development in conservation-related work
  • Gain insight into state government employment
  • Access employment opportunities throughout the state

How to Apply

All DCNR internship opportunities will be posted at the
PA Government Employment website
during the late January to early February time frame.

Select “Internships” from the landing page, then filter by department 
for DCNR specific internships. You must apply for each internship opportunity
you are interested in.


Internships at the OAS

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Organization of American States (OAS)

We offer you a unique opportunity to acquire experience in different areas of expertise,
in an international and multicultural environment enhancing your networking possibilities.
In addition, you will have the chance to acquire significant knowledge of the
Organization of American States (OAS), its mission, pillars, structure and projects in the hemisphere.

The Organization of American States (OAS) is the main political forum of the Region
that promotes and supports Democracy, Human Rights, Multi-dimensional Security
and Integral Development in the Americas. The OAS seeks to prevent conflicts and to
bring political stability, social inclusion and prosperity to the region through dialogue
and collective actions.

Apply now!


Important to know

  • The OAS Internship Program does not offer any payment or stipend.
    Interns are responsible for all costs associated with travel, housing,
    maintenance and health insurance.
  • All interns are required to participate in a weekly orientation program
    coordinated by the Department of Human Resources. A certificate of
    completion of the internship will be awarded to interns who have attended
    at least 80% of these activities.
  • As part of the OAS Internship Program, interns are required to fulfill
    a performance evaluation. This evaluation is done at the end
    of the internship session.
  • If you live or are studying in the United States with a student visa (F-1)
    or are a permanent resident or a US citizen, you can participate as a
    part-time intern (at least 20 hours per week). If you have a visa sponsored
    by the OAS (G-4) you must participate in a full-time basis
    (40 hours per week).
  • All interns are required to submit valid proof of insurance before starting
    the internship.
  • If you have participated in the OAS Internship Program once, you cannot
    apply again or be accepted in any future internship sessions at the OAS.
  • The information handled by interns during the performance of their duties
    is confidential; it belongs to the General Secretariat of the OAS and cannot
    be used for personal or professional gain.



For Interns, All Work and No Payoff
By Alex Williams
Feb. 14, 2014
New York Times

Like other 20-somethings seeking a career foothold, Andrew Lang, a graduate
of Penn State, took an internship at an upstart Beverly Hills production company
at age 29 as a way of breaking into movie production. It didn’t pay, but he hoped
the exposure would open doors.

When that internship proved to be a dead end, Mr. Lang went to work at a second
production company, again as an unpaid intern. When that went nowhere, he left
for another, doing whatever was asked, like delivering bottles of wine to 27 offices
before Christmas. But that company, too, could not afford to hire him, even part time.

A year later, Mr. Lang is on his fourth internship, this time for a company that
produces reality TV shows. While this internship at least pays him
(he makes $10 an hour, with few perks), Mr. Lang feels no closer to a real job and
worries about being an intern forever. “No one hires interns,” said Mr. Lang, who
sees himself as part of a “revolving class of people” who can’t break free of the
intern cycle. “Is this any way to live?”


Call them members of the permanent intern underclass: educated members of the

millennial generation who are locked out of the traditional career ladder and are

having to settle for two, three and sometimes more internships after graduating

college, all with no end in sight.


This complete article can be viewed at the web address above.




The Path to Internships
American University, Washington D.C.

One of the greatest advantages to studying in Washington, D.C. is the unparalleled access
that you have to internships. These opportunities enable you to enrich your education
with hands-on experience and to apply lessons learned in the classroom to professional settings.

Half of the time, interns report that their experiences affirm their career aspirations.
However, learning what you dislike in a position, organization or industry is equally valuable.
So too is developing new skills, expanding your list of achievements, and building relationships
with professionals. The more internship experience you have, the more qualified you will likely
be for other internships and jobs. Therefore, start interning as early as you can and explore a wide
variety of opportunities.


Steps Along the Way
Academic Credit
Organizational Culture
Down The Home Stretch





Internships | Bureau of Land Management


Many BLM internships are made possible through public-private partnerships
involving BLM offices and youth-serving organizations in states
and local communities. Opportunities to pursue partnerships with the BLM
to provide internships and other job training opportunities for young people
and veterans are posted regularly on




Science and Engineering Internship Program – Internships
Ocean Exploration Trust


The Nautilus Science and Engineering Internship Program which aims to train
community college, undergraduate, and graduate students studying ocean sciences,
technology, engineering and video in the at-sea environment. Intern positions entail
2-5 week periods working aboard E/V Nautilus as Data Loggers, Seafloor Mappers,
ROV Pilots, or Video Engineers. All interns spend their time on Nautilus working
with a wide array of scientists, engineers, students, and educators. Science interns
learn how to make scientific observations and process digital data and physical samples.
ROV interns learn to maintain and operate our exploration vehicles and systems.
Video engineering interns learn to operate video for our ROVs and work with our
communications team to share our Nautilus story. All interns gain experience in
communications and leadership, including participating in educational outreach



Year of Internship


Hourly Rate
  Monthly Rate -   More Info




GVI Internships Abroad


GVI offers some of the most highly rated intern abroad programs
in the international sustainable development sector.
Each of our
award-winning internships, allows interns to work
on one or more of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Every year hundreds of students complete our internship experiences and
we receive stellar
reviews from the overwhelming majority.
Our alumni have gone on to work at top global organisations like the
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Unilever, and Deloitte.
Many have also gone on to found their own sustainable development organisations. 

All GVI international internship programs include:

  • Field-specific training by experienced professionals, 
  • Specialised work experience in international development focuses, 
  • GVI ILM Leadership Development certificate, a qualification recognised
    by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM).
  • Weekly one-on-one feedback with your on-site mentor,
  • A confidential professional recommendation, upon successful completion
    of the internship,
  • The opportunity to contribute to the achievement of the
    United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, 
  • And the chance to connect with specialists in the international sustainable
    development sector from all around the world and start building your global network. 

Many of our internship programs abroad also include qualifications like a PADI’s
Divemasters or a TEFL, teaching English as a foreign language, certificate.
In addition, many of our interns are allocated the time and support required to complete
a research project related to their field of study during their GVI internship. 

Interns who have successfully completed their internship stand a good chance of working
for GVI, or one of our many partner organisations. In fact, many of our current staff
members were previously GVI interns. 




Marine Conservation

Contribute to your professional development and enhance your access to careers in marine biology,
conservation, and the diving industry. Help us collect data, conduct surveys and perform recovery research;
we also provides Professional Dive Training on our Divemaster Internships, Instructor Development Course (IDC)
and Master Scuba Diver Trainer course (MSDT).

View Programs Now

Wildlife Conservation

Join our wildlife conservation internships and gain personal and professional development through hands-on
field experience. GVI offers international wildlife conservation internships that amplify your access to careers
in the industry. Come enjoy a real-world experience with conservation practices and surrounding wildlife.

View Programs Now

Business & Micro-Enterprise

Business Internships Abroad are a great way to apply your business management and leadership skills and
explore the world. We help you to do the groundwork for your future now by developing you personally
and professionally as you run hands-on, educational workshops on microenterprise business skills, business
training initiatives and mentoring small business owners.

View Programs Now


Join our teaching internship to gain practical classroom experience to further your career goals.
Our interns enhance access to education for disadvantaged communities, where schools are often overcrowded
and teachers are limited. While our interns develop their own skills they also make a valuable difference.

View Programs Now

Community Development

Volunteer with underprivileged children on our international community development internships.
Take part in a range of initiatives in educational enrichment, public health awareness, women’s
empowerment, and sustainable environmental practices. Gain practical experience to achieve your
career goals.

View Programs Now

Women's Empowerment

Join a women’s empowerment internship to see the world, experience new cultures and contribute
to a sustainable project. Gain hands-on practical skills as you assist in empowering women from
communities with access to less resources through educational enhancement, health care
demonstrations, and alternative income initiatives.

View Programs Now

Animal Care

Take part in our animal care internships and gain skills that will enhance your career development
and employability. Animal care internships offer you real-world experience that develops teamwork
and leadership skills for your future professional life. Interns also help educate communities about
animal care.

View Programs Now


Participate in construction internships for a chance to renovate basic infrastructures and educational
facilities; contribute to locally-run community building projects; and assist with awareness of
sustainable living and improved sanitation. Improve your construction and teamwork skills while
making a difference.

View Programs Now

Global Health

Participate in public health projects around the globe with GVI; internships in public health provide
you with real-life experience to expand your career development. Our health internships are focused
on assisting communities and contributing to their general standard of public health and increasing
their knowledge of public health practices.

View Programs Now



OUR INTERNSHIPS (sample listings)


Marine Conservation and PADI Divemaster Internship in Fiji

Enter the global scuba diving realm by acquiring a professional

diving qualification on this program, while gaining work

experience in the marine conservation field.


Conservation Internship with Elephants in Thailand

Volunteer in the forests of Northern Thailand with a semi wild herd of elephants,
while gaining leadership experience and further expanding your skills set.


Mexico Marine Conservation Short Term Internship

Earn your PADI Coral Reef Researcher Distinctive Speciality and gain
work experience in marine conservation


Costa Rica Conservation Short Term Internship

Kickstart your career in conservation by spending three months gaining work
experience in a lush Costa Rica rainforest.


Marine Conservation Short Term Internship in the Seychelles

Scuba dive in the beautiful Indian Ocean and gain field work experience,
all while contributing to vital marine conservation projects.





Want interesting work that matters? Consider a UCS internship!
Union of Concerned Scientists

  • Are you looking for an opportunity to earn money, gain useful and
    meaningful work experience, AND make a difference?
  • Would you like to work with people who are passionate about what they do,
    really smart, know how to get things done, AND are supportive colleagues?

Consider applying for one of our internships! We value our interns as staff
members and colleagues. UCS offers only paid internships.

View current internship openings on our jobs page

Please note that UCS does not always have internships available.

Frequently asked questions

Will I get paid?

All interns receive a competitive salary of at least $17.50 per hour and
most are eligible for benefits, including paid time off and health insurance.
Interns are benefit-eligible if working 20 hours or more a week and hired
for more than three months.
Please see
individual listings for specific salary information and the benefits
section for benefits information.

What are the hours?

Most of our internships are full-time with regular business hours
(9-5, Monday through Friday) with one paid hour for lunch.

Do you have summer internships? How long are your internships?

UCS internships vary in length, but most are 9 months to one year.
UCS doesn’t usually have summer internships.

What if I’m not a U.S. citizen?

Applicants who are not U.S. citizens must be able to provide an employment
authorization document from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

How do I apply?

See instructions for each internship.

Listings are on our jobs page.





Human Resources Internship Opportunities - City of Phoenix



HR Internship Page Hero Image

The city offers ​many​​ internship opportunities for energetic,
talented and highly motivated students and professionals.  
Some internships are paid, others qualify for college credit.  
They range from a few weeks to more than a  year.  
Aviation, Human Services, Parks and Recreation and the
City Manager's Office are among the departments that offer internships.

Several programs are nationally recognized, including the
Phoenix Management Intern Program

for graduate students in public administration, business administration
or a related field.​

View our Internship Opportunities 3-14-19.pdf



Commonwealth of PA Internships





Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

is managed and operated by Battelle for the Department of Energy


If you are a high school, undergraduate or graduate student,
PNNL offers a wide range of internships in science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and business fields.
Internships can be completed either during the summer or during
the academic year. As a PNNL intern, you can work in a laboratory
alongside experienced researchers or in a PNNL office to expand
your knowledge in a scientific field, develop your research abilities
and business skills and form mentoring relationships with our
scientists, engineers, and business leaders.

Information on our specific internship programs is listed here.

Current openings for undergraduate and graduate students can be
found on our
Careers page. Simply type the word intern in the
search bar. Interested students can also connect with PNNL’s
University Recruiter.


Fred Bond

Staffing Consultant, University Recruiter


(509) 372-6735




Internships for Undergraduate and Graduate Students


About The Met

The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone
to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—
The Met

Fifth Avenue
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The Met Breuer, and

The Met Cloisters.

Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.

Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more
than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive
in the Museum's galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing
both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.

Mission Statement

The Metropolitan Museum of Art was founded on April 13, 1870,
"to be located in the City of New York, for the purpose of establishing and
maintaining in said city a Museum and library of art, of encouraging and
developing the study of the fine arts, and the application of arts to
manufacture and practical life, of advancing the general knowledge of
kindred subjects, and, to that end, of furnishing popular instruction."[1]

This statement of purpose has guided the Museum for over 140 years.

On January 13, 2015, the Trustees of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
reaffirmed this statement of purpose and supplemented it with
the following statement of mission:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art collects, studies, conserves, and presents
significant works of art across all times and cultures in order to connect
people to creativity, knowledge, and ideas.


The Museum offers internship opportunities for college and graduate students interested in careers
in art museums, as well as New York City–area high school students.

Two young women use magnifying glasses to inspect a textile.

Internships for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Join a community of interns to gain professional skills and learn about museum practice.
The Met has over forty department areas that host interns from a wide variety of academic backgrounds.

High School Internships

Calling all artists, writers, thinkers, and designers! Interested in finding out about careers in museums?
Apply for a high school internship at The Met to meet experts, find mentors, make friends,
gain professional experience, and more.




The World Bank Working for a World Free of Poverty


    Who We Are


    What We Do


    Where We Work

    Understanding Poverty


    Work With Us






        Programs and Internships

            Recruitment Drive for MNA Fellows Program

            Young Professionals Program (YPP)

            WBG Analyst Program


            Donor Funded Staffing Program (DFSP)

            Global Secondment Program

            Saudi Recruitment Program


    Employment Policy

    Diversity and Inclusion


The World Bank Summer Internship Program is now open until January 31 2020.
Please note, only selected candidates will be contacted. Apply

The World Bank (WB) Internship Program offers highly motivated individuals an
opportunity to be exposed to the mission and work of the WB in international
development. The internship allows individuals to bring new perspectives, innovative
ideas and latest research experience into the WB's work and improve their skills while
working in a diverse environment. An internship at the WB is an opportunity to learn
while gaining practical experience. Interns generally find the experience to be
rewarding and interesting. In addition, it is a way to enhance their CVs with practical
work experience.


Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for an Internship, candidates must have an undergraduate degree and be
enrolled in a full-time graduate study program (pursuing a master's degree or PhD with
plans to return to school full-time). There is no age limit.

Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of languages such as: French, Spanish, Russian,
Arabic, Portuguese, and Chinese is desirable. Other skills such as computing skills are

We value diversity in our workplace, and encourage all qualified individuals, particularly
women, with diverse professional and academic backgrounds to apply. Our aim is to attract
and recruit the best talent in the world.



Receive a stipend, training, and professional development -
while supporting the mission of the Golden Gate National Parks!

Related Documents

Volunteer Agreement Form (PDF)

VIP Internship Timeline.pdf

Internship Information

Our Work

Volunteer In Parks (VIP) Internships


Build your workplace skills. Test out a career. Receive a stipend.
Get personalized training and mentorship from a park professional.

Interns and staff in the Marin Headlands in 2018.


Internships - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Academic Interns Gathering At Orientation

Our Work

Academic Internships


Join a diverse team of 40+ college students in making a difference in your community! Available to students
at College of Marin, San Francisco State University, and City College of San Francisco.

Current Internship Openings


U.S Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Job Board


Office of Science / U.S. Department of EnergyManaged by Fermi Research Alliance, LLC

Helen Edwards Summer Internship

Program Description

The Helen Edwards Summer Internship program is a 10-week opportunity
for students majoring in physics and engineering at universities in Europe. 
Interns work with Fermilab scientists and engineers at the frontier
of scientific research in physics and particle accelerator technology.



  • Current accredited European university/college enrollment
    and completion of at least one full year at the time of application
  • Minimum 4.0 GPA on a 5 point scale
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Conversational and written English fluency
  • Evidence of identity and eligibility to work in the United States
  • Non-US citizens will usually require a visa to be eligible to work.
    Once accepted to the program, Fermilab’s Visa Office will assist
    with obtaining the appropriate United States visa.
  • Proof of medical insurance while at Fermilab

Application Requirements

  • Online application
  • Unofficial transcript
  • Two letters of recommendation



Internships | Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute


Internships provide the opportunity to meet and work with scientists
from around the world, gain hands-on experience in academia and research,
and delve into Panama’s rich ecosystems and culture.
Internships generally involve specific roles within Smithsonian research projects
but also encourage interns to bring new ideas and questions to the table.
Smithsonian Internships often have a profound impact on young academics
at early career stages, and can lead to new research projects at the Smithsonian
in Panama.

Before you apply

Internships are intended for undergraduates, recent graduates, and Master's students.
Interns are selected based on merit and potential for achievement. However, placement
depends upon finding a match between the applicant's interest and a suitable research
project overseen by a STRI scientist or research associate. We encourage applicants to
directly contact potential supervisors. Staff research profiles and contact information
can be
found here and a list of research affiliates is on this document starting at page 244.
If you are having trouble identifying someone whose research interests align with your
own or contacting a scientist, please contact us here.



U.S. Department of Commerce


The mission of the Department of Commerce Internship Program is to engage
and empower developing leaders with a passion for public service.

The program will expose students to opportunities in the Federal Government
and the potential to find passion in a career in public service. Interns will gain
unique experience through their placement in one of several DOC offices.

The DOC Office of White House Liaison Internship Program accepts applications
on a rolling basis for summer, spring, and fall sessions. This is an unpaid,
volunteer opportunity and hours are flexible. Candidates should be available
for the duration of the session to be considered for placement.
Applicants must demonstrate a strong interest in public policy,
governmental affairs, public affairs, economics, and/or business.




Center Theatre Group Internship Program
601 W Temple St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Center Theatre Group offers internships for college undergraduate and graduate students throughout the year. Our interns get hands-on experience at departments across the company, study and learn alongside professionals, and participate in career development programs.

Read our internship descriptions for details on individual internships and departments. All internships are part of a company-wide structured learning experience that includes mandatory weekly professional development sessions on Friday afternoons on topics such as resume and cover letter writing, careers in Los Angeles theatre, and diversity and inclusion.

Spring 2020

Applications are now open for spring 2020 opportunities.
We are only accepting applications for the internships listed below.
Unfortunately, we are not offering any graduate-level fellowships this semester.



NREL offers many different internship opportunities to full-time undergraduate and graduate students.
The laboratory works with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science to provide
the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship, Community College Internship, and Visiting Faculty Programs.

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is a national laboratory of the
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy,
operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.

Benefits and Opportunities at a Glance

NREL Undergraduate and Graduate Internships

Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship Program

Community College Internship Program

Visiting Faculty Program





Central Intelligence Agency

The Work Of A Nation. The Center of Intelligence.


Undergraduate Internships

The CIA’s paid Undergraduate Internships and Co-ops are outstanding opportunities for undergraduate
students to obtain real-world experience and gain insight into the events that impact our nation and the world.

While there is no guarantee of full-time employment at the CIA after graduation, many of our best and
brightest students find these experiences to be an ideal way to transition from academic life to national

Community college students are eligible to apply for the Undergraduate Scholarship Program and the
Undergraduate Internship or Co-op Program. Although the majority of occupations require
a four-year degree, there are also some opportunities open to individuals with a two-year associate degree,
specifically in the support and information technology fields.
Browse jobs by category to learn more and
find a role that fits your skills and experience. If you anticipate going to a four-year undergraduate
program and want to participate in one of our programs, you will need to provide your transcript with at
least a 3.0 GPA and, eventually, proof of acceptance into a four-year degree program.

Application Deadlines

Although a deadline might be posted, you can submit your application at any time of year, except if you are
applying for the
Directorate of Operations Internship or our scholarship programs. It is essential to submit
your application at least 12 months before your desired start date because, if you get an employment offer,
we will need time to process your security clearance.

Use the categories below to learn more about the internship or co-op opportunity that’s
right for you.


Those in analytic positions at the CIA are problem solvers and critical thinkers. In an analysis internship
or co-op, you will learn how information is studied and evaluated to provide unique insights that help
inform decisions – and ultimately protect our national security.

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Our clandestine experts strengthen national security and support foreign policy objectives. In a clandestine
internship with the CIA, you will see firsthand how our dedicated professionals use their technical and
specialized skills to help inform key decisions within the Agency.

Directorate of Operations Position

The Directorate of Operations Internship Program is available to first-year college students applying
during their second semester. The deadline for applying is midnight (EDT) 15 March.

Technical Clandestine Positions

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STEM professionals at the CIA use specialized knowledge to help tackle challenging, complex technical
problems. In a STEM internship or co-op program, you will learn how these innovative experts ensure
the Agency can adapt to the ever-changing technical issues that arise in the 21st century.

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Enterprise & Support

Enterprise and support professionals keep key CIA functions up and running at Headquarters
and in locations worldwide. In an enterprise and support internship or co-op program,
you can zero in on the area that interests you the most and learn how these skilled professionals
provide the infrastructure and expertise necessary to support the Agency and its mission.

Business Management, Accounting, Finance



Arts, Design, Publishing and Production

Geography, Cartography, GIS

Library and Information Science

Education and Training

Human Resources


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Foreign Language

Foreign language experts are central to everything the CIA does – ensuring we stay one step ahead.
In a foreign language internship or co-op, you will see how our language professionals contribute to
our national security not just through speaking, translating and interpreting foreign languages,
but also through having a deep understanding of cultural nuances.

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CBO summer internships provide an excellent opportunity for graduate students to participate
in CBO’s analysis and to observe budget and economic policymaking at close hand.
These paid internships are located in Washington, D.C. and normally last 10 weeks.
CBO will accept applications for the internship program only between January 6, 2020
and February 28, 2020. We encourage you to register for job alerts to be informed of new
opportunities at

For more information, please contact us at 202-226-2628 or at careers@....

Frequently Asked Questions


    What is the application process?

    What are the qualifications for the summer internship program?

    Can noncitizens apply?

    How does CBO select interns?

    When are interns selected?

    What do CBO interns do?

    What projects have CBO interns worked on?

    How can I prepare for a CBO internship?

    Does CBO accept interns for the fall or spring semesters?

    Does CBO offer internships for individuals who have already

completed their degree program(s)?


What is the application process?


All applications must be submitted online by the application deadline.
Only complete applications will be considered. When you apply:


    Submit your cover letter and resume

    Upload a transcript (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)


What are the qualifications for the summer internship program?


You should:


    be pursuing a graduate degree in economics, public policy, health policy,
finance, or a related field

    have solid writing skills and the ability communicate clearly and concisely

    have exceptional interpersonal and analytical skills

    be familiar with computer programming, statistics, econometrics,
or other quantitative methods


Often, CBO also seeks summer interns in other disciplines, such as budget
and financial management, information technology, communications, and
human resources. Qualifications and deadlines for those positions differ.
Applications for those internships should be submitted through careers@....


Can noncitizens apply?


CBO may employ individuals who are not U.S. citizens if they are permanent
residents of the United States who are seeking citizenship, as outlined in
8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3)(B). Please review the citizenship requirements or contact
CBO Human Resources at careers@... to determine employment eligibility
before submitting an application.


How does CBO select interns?


CBO selects interns on the basis of:


    academic achievement

    relevance of your academic training to CBO's work

    relevant work experience




Museum of Science, BostonAccess language guides




Interns work throughout the Museum on a wide variety of projects and tasks
including everything from science education to behind-the-scenes work.
An internship at the Museum of Science is an excellent way to gain a hands-on,
work-learn experience in a specific area of interest or field of study.
Our internship program offers internships for one of three trimesters:
fall, winter/spring, and summer.

How to Apply

Please visit our internship application site

to view our open opportunities and to complete the application process.

The Museum will provide reasonable accommodation to individuals with
disabilities who need an accommodation to fully participate in the application process.
If you would like to request an accommodation,
please contact the Human Resources department via email

Internship FAQ





Internships - New York State Museum

Interning with the New York State Museum

An Internship at the State Museum encourages participants to take an active role through hands-on
learning opportunities throughout research and collections, education, public programs and
administration offices. Internships exist in a wide variety of specialized departments throughout
the museum providing exciting educational opportunities that not only provides personal and
professional growth to participants but is a valued resource for the museum itself enlisting talented
motivated individuals. Museum internships are unpaid, may be part-time or full-time, and set up to
accommodate any semester throughout the year. A typical internship lasts 6-12 weeks, but can be
shorter or longer, depending on the school requirements and the organizational needs.  

Internships should be pre-planned well in advance to allow time for the application process, interviews
and to complete necessary agency/educational institutional agreements provided by the educational institution.

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The New York State Museum is a program of the University of the State of New York
New York State Education Department




Internship Programme | About UNICEF: Employment | UNICEF


The UNICEF Internship Programme offers eligible students the opportunity to acquire direct
practical experience in UNICEF's work. UNICEF is active in various functional areas related
to its mandate, which can be categorized in three main pillars: Programme and Policy,
External Relations and Operations. Read more about these areas

Internships are offered depending on the needs and capacity of offices to receive and supervise interns.
Currently available internship opportunities are advertised on the UNICEF
employment page.

Our Internship Programme has been revised to broaden the eligibility criteria and introduce the paid modality.
You can find out more about what changed here.

Eligibility Requirements

To be considered for an internship, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or Ph.D. degree programme or have graduated
    within the past two years.
    - Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
  • Be proficient in at least one of UNICEF's working languages: English, French or Spanish. Fluency
    in the working language of the office you are applying to is required.
  • Have excellent academic performance as demonstrated by recent university or institution records.
  • Have no immediate relatives (e.g. father, mother, brother, sister) working in any UNICEF office; and
  • Have no other relatives in the line of authority which that you will report to.

Individuals must demonstrate excellent academic performance through recent university or institution records.

Additional consideration will be given to any past professional experience.

How to Apply

Visit our employment page for a list of available internship opportunities.

All applications must be submitted through the online e-recruitment system.
To apply for an internship, open the internship advertisement page and click
on the “Apply” button found at the bottom.

Returning applicants who already have a profile may log into the e-recruitment system here.

For more details on the Internship Programme, please see our Internship FAQ page.



U.S. Office of Personnel Management

1900 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20415


Federal Relay Service (external link)

Internship Program


The Internship Program is for current students.
It replaces the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP)
and Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP).
The new Internship Program provides students in high schools,
colleges, trade schools and other qualifying educational institutions
with paid opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers
while completing their education.


United States Trade Representative


United States Trade Representative


    600 17th Street NW

    Washington, DC 20508


USTR Internship Program

Program Description

The intern program at USTR is a semester-long, volunteer program in which undergraduate, graduate,
and recently graduated students gain knowledge and experience in conducting U.S. trade policy.
Assignments may include research, analysis, statistics, and coordination of briefing books, report preparation,
meeting and conference planning, letter writing, and covering meetings, hearings, and/or legislative markup sessions.
Internships are available in all 26 departments of the Washington, DC office.




Internship guidelines | Environmental Defense Fund

EDF offers internships and fellowships for students and recent graduates in a variety
of programs and departments throughout the organization. Our internships typically run
for 10-12 weeks during the summer with flexible schedules during fall and spring semesters.
Fellowships run one to two years. The ultimate goal of our internship and fellowship programs
is to provide high-quality experiences (including relevant projects and opportunities for
networking) that form the foundation for any individual who is serious about having an
environmental career.

EDF's approach is unique as we use corporate partnerships, economic incentives, sound science
and a nonpartisan approach to policy to accomplish our goals.

As an EDF intern, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Work directly in your field of study, gaining valuable experience, developing skills and
    knowledge that can take you to the next level in your education or career.
  • Network with EDF's executive team and leadership in several program areas.
  • Join the network of EDF alumni interns and create your own professional network.
  • Explore a broad spectrum of career opportunities available in environmental advocacy.


Internships at EDF are designed for undergraduate students, recent graduates, and graduate students.


EDF offers both paid and academic credit eligible internships. EDF internships vary in responsibility,
with each program area maintaining its own budget for intern expenses, therefore the rate of pay may vary.

For students receiving academic credit, EDF will ensure that any and all paperwork needed to secure
academic credit is completed.

To Apply

Available internships for the summer, fall and spring semesters, as well as special-project internships,
are posted on EDF's Internships and Fellowships page. Applicants should review each internship
opportunity carefully to make sure that they meet all criteria before applying.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find EDF's internship opportunities? Available internships are posted on
EDF's Internships and Fellowships page.

I saw an EDF internship opportunity elsewhere, but it isn't listed on your site.
Are you still accepting applications for that position?

EDF's Internships and Fellowships page is always the best source for up-to-date information—
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Urban Promise’s Internship Program

UrbanPromise’s internship program provides college-aged adults with year-round or summertime training in urban youth development and ministry. Interns work in our after-school and summer camps and live in community in the Camden neighborhood in which they work. Their role at UrbanPromise is essential to our organization’s operational and programmatic success as they work on a volunteer basis and act as positive role models to the children and teens in their camps. 

Their role at UrbanPromise is essential to our organization’s operational and programmatic success as
they work on a volunteer basis and act as positive role models to the children and teens in their camps.
We combine hands-on training with classes on youth ministry to empower interns to effectively
mentor children and teens.

Although very similar, the year-round and summer internship programs vary in the opportunities
offered to intern participants as outlined below.

UrbanPromise also offers customized practicums for both the summer and school-year internships.  
Our staff will work closely with the intern/student and university to design a practicum that meets the
service learning and/or degree requirements needed.

Our Admissions Process

  • Application
  • Interview
  • Admission
  • Preparation
  1. STEP 1
    Prospective interns can begin the application process by submitting a complete application. 
  2. STEP 2

You will be invited to schedule a phone interview will with our Internship Coordinator.

  1. STEP 3
    A formal invitation to join our internship team will be made pending the completion of the following:
    background check form (with payment), physical form, proof of medical insurance,
    and copy of valid photo ID.
  2. STEP 4

You will receive a welcome packet with everything you need to know about Urban Promise.
Our team will also create a personal online fundraising page for you to begin fundraising to
underwrite the cost of your internship to the ministry. 



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Year-Round Internships

Each activity of UrbanPromise’s year-round program is grounded in the following values and themes:

Although they receive a small stipend for basic living expenses, interns volunteer as staff in Urban Promise’s
after-school and summer camps. Their role is primarily focused on planning for and teaching camp classes
that include arts and crafts, Bible study, homework help, recreation, and performing arts.

Interns work and live in diverse communities. The neighborhoods in which they work are culturally and
ethnically diverse; the families of many camp youth are non-English speakers or recent immigrants to the
United States. In relation to living space, interns are grouped based on their neighborhood camp and live
with program participants from across the country and world.

Participants in the internship program utilize and develop leadership skills through their work in an
often challenging environment, engagement in weekly classes and discussions, and responsibility to
respond to the needs of others—the youth they serve as well as fellow interns. Classes relate to
various aspects of ministry, leadership, poverty, and culture and include guest speakers, film viewings,
and assigned readings.




Unpaid Internships: Bad for Students, Bad for Workers, Bad for Society
Derek Thompson
May 10, 2012
The Atlantic

The economics of unpaid internships are obvious.
Employers are desperate for cheap work,
and "free" is pretty cheap. Workers are desperate for,
well, anything, and students and recent grads are willing
to negotiate their wages down to zero. But the ethics aren't
so clear-cut. If unpaid internships are the key to better jobs
and bigger salaries, should we be concerned about the
millions of lower-class students who can't afford to work for free?


National Geographic

Every year, the National Geographic Society provides a number of students with a paid 
opportunity to spend the summer exploring and learning with us. Our internships are
diverse and designed to give undergraduate and graduate students a well-rounded experience.

The Program

The purpose of these paid internships is to provide educational and work-related opportunities
for undergraduate and graduate students. All interns will perform work on a temporary basis to
gain job-related skills and will engage in other formal learning and educational opportunities.
The program offers support and guidance from a wide array of National Geographic staff and
focuses on giving interns the opportunity to learn from the host department/mentor,
the management team, other staff members, and Human Resources.



Internships | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


Internship at DOL | U.S. Department of Labor

Student Pathways

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) values the contributions made by students and recent graduates of all
ages and backgrounds. The Department runs three programs, collectively the Pathways Programs,
for current or recent students:

  • Internship Program for current students
  • Recent Graduates Program for individuals who have recently graduated from qualifying
    educational institutions or programs
  • (2 years from the date the graduate completed an academic course of study)
  • Presidential Management Fellows Program for individuals who obtained an advanced degree
    (e.g., graduate or professional degree) within the preceding two years

Interested parties must search and apply for these opportunities using the following link:

Internship Program

The U.S. Department of Labor is seeking bright, innovative, results-oriented individuals
to join our Pathways Internship Program. As an Intern, you will have the opportunity to gain valuable
on the job training and experience related to your field while pursuing your education. Internship can
be seasonal (spring, summer, fall or year round). At the successful conclusion of this program,
you may be eligible for non-competitive conversion to a federal career or career conditional position.
Interns may work full-time or part-time schedules. The Pathway Internship Program replaces STEP/SCEP.
Temporary appointments may be extended without further competition.

Ideal candidates for DOL internships are individuals pursing undergraduate or graduate degree programs
in various fields (e.g. business administration or management, economics, public policy, political science,
international relations or studies, accounting, financial management, medical, information
technology/information systems, human resource management, pre-law and law.) Candidates will be
considered on the basis of the applicability of their education and experience.


Farm Sanctuary is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation
(tax ID number 51-0292919).


Imagine yourself in a place where animals are free from cages and spend their
days basking in the sun, wallowing in the mud, and exploring every nook and
cranny of their fascinating habitats. Open pastures surround you, the air is fresh,
and the pigs grunt their greetings as you walk by. You spend your day working
on projects with one goal in mind: to create a more compassionate world for
farm animals. At the end of the day, you return home to a community of
like-minded people with whom you can discuss ideas, swap stories, and maybe
even share a home-cooked vegan meal. If this sounds like your kind of place,
a Farm Sanctuary internship may be for you.

For more than 25 years, Farm Sanctuary has welcomed interns to work alongside
our expert staff at the nation’s leading nonprofit farm animal protection organization.
Our volunteer internship program has served as a launching pad for countless
activists who’ve gone on to do incredible work for animals in the nonprofit sector and

Internships are offered in many departments and several locations, suiting a wide
variety of skills and interests. Ready to strengthen your activism, deepen your
compassion, build your résumé, and make life-long connections with some amazing
animals (including the human variety)?

Start here to find the right opportunity for you!


Internships | The Art Institute of Chicago

In addition to getting in-depth exposure to the museum and school,

Art Institute Internships also offer:

    Free admission to the Art Institute and other Chicago cultural institutions

    Access to events and exhibitions at the museum

    Discounts for the museum’s shops and restaurants

See currently available internships.

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Internships | Council on Foreign Relations


Interning at CFR

In an ever-changing world, CFR’s work as a leading nonpartisan resource for information
and ideas about foreign policy is more important than ever. At CFR, interns do work that
matters alongside smart and dedicated staff in a diverse and inclusive environment.
Interns are paid a competitive hourly wage while gaining valuable experience through
exposure to leading foreign policy experts. They are also offered professional development
training as a foundation for future work in the field of foreign policy and international affairs.
Internship opportunities are offered through the Blavatnik Internship Program
and Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program.

Interning at CFR
Available Internships in New York
Available Internships in Washington, DC
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About Len Blavatnik
Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program
About Ambassador Franklin H. Williams



The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA)


The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is an independent U.S. government foreign
assistance agency that links U.S. businesses, and their best practices and advanced technologies,
to global infrastructure project opportunities. USTDA promotes economic growth in emerging
economies by facilitating the participation of U.S. businesses in the planning and execution of
priority development projects in host countries. The Agency’s objectives are to help build the
infrastructure for trade, match U.S. technological expertise with overseas development needs,
and help create lasting business partnerships between the United States and emerging market economies.

USTDA’s programs support $104 in exports of U.S.-manufactured goods and services for every
$1 programmed for priority development projects in emerging markets. The Agency’s programs
have generated over $4.9 billion billion in U.S. exports since USTDA’s inception. 


Specific duties vary by office but may include:

  • Conducting research on a variety of topics, including current global market trends in key
    sectors such as energy and transportation, partner country procurement practices,
    US industry competitiveness, regional and country-specific economic and development trends,
    and broader policy and trade issues. 

  • Conducting research and compiling background information on USTDA's prospective domestic
    and overseas partners.

  • Analyzing sets of project data to assess key trends and patterns and providing written analysis
    of conclusions to inform region and sector planning efforts.

  • Researching the outcomes of USTDA's funding, including the export of U.S. goods and services
    as well as development benefits realized by foreign country grantees benefiting from USTDA funding.

  • Assisting with the drafting of letters, memoranda, and correspondence with USTDA stakeholders.

  • Preparing background information and briefing materials for USTDA personnel.

  • Assisting with planning and preparation for meetings and outreach with USTDA partners. 

  • Providing general administrative support, such as scanning, photocopying, editing, data entry,
    and filing.


USTDA accepts student internship applications on a rolling basis to fill positions in the offices noted above.
Candidates will be evaluated on their research and evaluation skills and familiarity with international
business and/or foreign assistance. Candidates should describe any regional or country specific experience
as well as foreign language skills in their application. All internships take place in USTDA’s office located
in Arlington, Virginia and are available to students who are U.S. citizens and currently enrolled in an
undergraduate or graduate degree program. USTDA requests a 40 hour work week for a 12 week period
during the summer; a minimum of 20-25 hours per week for a 12 week period is requested during the
academic year. All internships are unpaid. Selected candidates will need to successfully complete
a background screening prior to the start of the internship.

How to Apply

To apply for an internship, please submit a resume, unofficial transcript, and a cover letter indicating your

top two offices of assignment preference and dates of availability by the deadline below.

Applications can be emailed to Carolyn Hum at chum@....

Deadlines for application submission are as follows:

  • Summer (May-July) placements: January 20
  • Fall (September-October) placements: July 1
  • Winter/Spring (January-February) placements: November 1

Legal Internships

The Office of the General Counsel of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) accepts applications
for legal internships from first or second year law students. Strong writing and analytical skills coupled with
excellent work and academic credentials are essential. A demonstrated interest in international affairs and
business is helpful. U.S. citizenship is required and interns will need to successfully complete a background
screening prior to the start of the internship. All legal internships are unpaid. USTDA requires a commitment
of 40 hours per week over a 10 week period. USTDA legal internships are available during the summer only.
Applications for the upcoming summer are accepted through Friday, January 4, 2019. Any intern seeking credit
for an internship must make his/her own arrangements with their law school.

If interested, please send cover letter, resume, law school transcript (undergraduate transcript if law school
transcript is not available) and writing sample to Anna Skubikowski Aguilera via email at aaguilera@....

Accounting Internships

The Agency has an internal audit function that assesses U.S. company compliance with grant agreements in
accordance with the Foreign Assistance Act and federal contract agreements in accordance with the Federal
Acquisition Regulation. USTDA is seeking an Accounting Intern to support this internal audit function.
The Accounting Intern will work with the Program Monitoring and Evaluation Office, the Office of General
Counsel, and Regional Teams to review accounting processes, conduct accounting research, and assist with
writing accounting policy memos. The Intern may be asked to review existing internal audit processes, research
enhanced internal audit methodologies, and present research findings to Agency personnel. The Intern will
become familiar with federal regulations and standards, most notably, Generally Accepted Government Audit
Standards, known as GAGAS or Yellowbook. If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, school transcript,
and writing sample to Diana Harbison via email at dharbison@....  


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and services for priority development projects in emerging economies. | More

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1101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1100
Arlington, VA 22209

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ATF participates in a number of paid internship programs.
The paid internship programs ATF participates in are:

  • Pathways
  • Recent Graduates
  • Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program

To learn more about these paid internship programs, please visit

OPM's Students and Recent Graduates information page

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Student Volunteer Program Application Information

The student volunteer program is an unpaid program that allows students the opportunity to explore
career options and develop personal and professional skills. Student volunteers are exposed to the
Federal work environment and will learn about the mission and responsibilities of ATF.
Student volunteers may or may not be assigned duties which relate to their course of study.


Program Features

  • Flexible schedule of work assignments.

  • Open to all students enrolled at least half-time in one of the following educational
    institutions that has been accredited by an accrediting body recognized
    by the U.S. Department of Education:

    • High school,
    • Technical or vocational school,
    • A 2-year or 4-year college or university, or
    • A graduate or professional school.


Eligibility Requirements

 You are eligible under the Student Volunteer Program if you are:

  • At least 16 years old (required by Federal, state or local laws and standards
    governing the employment of minors);

  • In good academic standing and maintain at least a 2.0 overall scholastic
    average on a 4.0 scale or equivalent;

  • Taking at least half-time academic or vocational and technical course load
    in an accredited high school; or technical or vocational school, 2-year or
    4-year college or university, graduate or professional school that has been
    accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education;

  • A U.S. citizen or a national (resident of American Samoa or Swains Island).
    Non-citizens may be eligible for employment if:

  • lawfully admitted to the U.S. as a permanent resident

  • otherwise authorized to be employed

  • Male applicants must provide proof of Selective Service registration unless you meet the
    statutory exemption under Selective Service Registration, 5 U.S.C. section 3328.


Student Volunteer Program Application Information

 To apply for a position as a Student Volunteer submit your resume along with a message specifying
the city and state in which you wish to volunteer and semester(s) you are available to work to
Internships@.... For a list of ATF Offices around the country, please visit

ATF's Field Division page.


 Additional Information:

  • Duties assigned will depend on the needs of the office.

  • Hours/days worked will be set by you and the supervisor
    and will depend on class schedule and the needs of the office.

  • Hours will be adjusted with changes in class schedule and/or the needs of the office.

  • No minimum number of hours per week.



 Questions about the paid internships (e.g. Pathways, Recent Graduates,
and Presidential Management Fellows programs) may be directed to:

 Questions about the unpaid internships (e.g. student volunteers) may be directed to:


Internships, News Assistants and Fellowships

At WETA, we have three different pathways into public broadcasting.
Participants in our programs will gain educational and practical experiences
in the field of public broadcasting and news journalism. We currently have
 three programs designed for college students and recent graduates.
Each provides a unique perspective into the world of public media.




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Internships | USDA


Jobs & Internships - The Education Trust


·  All positions currently open are posted on this website.


·  For full consideration, please follow the application process listed for each job description.
We ask that you send your application and correspondence only to the address provided.

·  We will give every application our full attention; however, we are not able to respond to individual
inquiries on the status of your application. You will receive an auto-reply message letting you know
that we received your application, and the appropriate hiring manager will contact you if we wish to
pursue your candidacy.


·  For more information, please visit our


Frequently Asked Questions.


·  The positions listed below are available in our Washington, D.C., office unless otherwise noted.




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What is the Difference Between a Paid and Unpaid Internship?

How Do I Find an Internship?


8 Benefits of Internships


1. Gain valuable work experience

2. Explore a career path

3. Give yourself an edge in the job market

4. Develop and refine skills

5. Receive financial compensation

6. Network with professionals in the field

7. Gain confidence

8. Transition into a job
Many companies use internships as a way to enhance their recruitment efforts.
In some cases, a company may decide to hire an intern at the end of the assignment.
Even if a job offer doesn’t happen right away, an intern who makes a favorable

impression could receive an offer down the line when an opening occurs.

It’s a way for companies to test out an employee before committing to hiring them.




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Interns are integrated in NASA teams and assigned to authentic projects.


Although prior experience can be valuable and may be preferred for some projects, it is not a requirement for NASA internships.


The stipend award amount is based on student's academic level and the length of internship.


Interns are selected and placed in projects for fall, spring and summer sessions at any NASA location.


Students complete one application that is viewed by mentors agencywide.




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Best Internship Jobs

Looking to fill an internship position?

Rather than looking for candidates on big job boards like Monster and Indeed for a specific internship position,
an employer can post on more niche job boards that specialize in internship positions throughout the country.

We compiled this list  to help employers find the most engaged and qualified interns around!

Internship Jobs at Proven – Proven offers internship positions, as well as many other positions. Proven aggregates
jobs across many job boards making sure that each job is successfully filled with your ideal intern.

College Recruiter – 
College Recruiter is the leading niche job board for college and university students searching for internships,
part-time employment or seasonal work. For job seekers, they provide news, advice, and even free resume critiquing.
For recruiters, they provide the largest pool of applicants, news, and suggest conferences and events.

WayUp – 
WayUp (formerly known as InternMatch) is the largest database of college internships online. They allow job seekers
to customize their profiles and highlight their strengths. For employers, job seekers can apply directly to your job
postings or you can search the database to find and connect with candidates.

Career Rookie – 
Career Rookie is a database of internships, part-time jobs and entry-level careers. They are a division of CareerBuilder,
the global leader in human capital solutions. Users can post resumes, get automatic job alerts, find local career fairs, and more.
Employers are given access to a resume library, virtual career fairs, brand builders and targeted emails. – hosts a job board full of internship and employment opportunities. You can post and manage
all of your internship opportunities for free, access their student resume database, and gain access to industry experts’
insights, tools, and materials to help you run a successful internship program.

OnForce –
OnForce allows employers to find, engage, negotiate and hire non-employee talent. They allow employers to search
their marketplace of pre-vetted professionals and manage labor clouds of skilled talent – from contractors to full-timers
and everything in between. This site is not only a hiring tool, but a management tool as well. – 
Intern Jobs is a job board focused on finding both recent graduates and seasoned workers looking for new opportunities.
They have been helping employers since 1996 focus on finding quality candidates for their internships and entry-level positions.
Job postings include a company profile in the employee directory, account tools to help easily edit and manage listings, and
priority placement on the site.

YouTern – 
YouTern is a community dedicated to helping thousands of college students and recent graduates to ascend into
the workplace with internships. Employers trust YouTern to help them develop an amazing employer brand – and s
ecure top tier talent – through a variety of methods… internship postings, custom partnerships, and more.




United Nations Careers


United Nations Internship Programme

To find internship opportunities, go to Job Openings.

Click on the links below for more information on internship programmes
at major locations of the United Nations:

o    New York, UNITED STATES

o    Geneva, SWITZERLAND

o    Vienna, AUSTRIA

o    Nairobi, KENYA

o    Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA

o    Bangkok, THAILAND

o    Beirut, LEBANON

o    Santiago, CHILE


Internship programme

Why be a United Nations intern?

If you are thinking of entering the world of diplomacy and public policy,
an internship at the United Nations could be the ideal start for you.

The objective of the internship is to give you a first-hand impression
of the day-to-day working environment of the United Nations.

You will be given a real chance to work with our people. As part of our

team, working directly with outstanding and inspiring career professionals

and senior management, you will be exposed to high-profile conferences,

participate in meetings, and contribute to analytical work as well as

organizational policy of the United Nations. Initially you will take on the

amount of responsibility you can shoulder; the potential for growth,

however, is yours to develop.


Can you be a United Nations intern?


Are you enrolled in a Master's or in a Ph.D. programme, or in the final

year of a Bachelor’s programme; or within one year after graduation

from a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D. programme?


Do you have excellent command of English or French?


Are you neither a child or a sibling of a United Nations Secretariat staff member?


Keep in mind:


Duration: The internship programme lasts for at least two months and

can be as long as six months. Once selected, you must begin your internship

either prior to or within one year of graduation.


Cost: United Nations interns are not paid. All costs related to travel,

insurance, accommodation, and living expenses must be borne by either the

interns or their sponsoring institutions.


Visa: You will be responsible for obtaining and financing the necessary visas.

Travel: You will arrange and finance your travel to the United Nations location

where you will be an intern.


Medical insurance: You will be responsible for costs arising from accidents

and/or illness incurred during the internship and must show proof of a valid

major global medical insurance coverage.


Confidentiality: You must be discreet and keep confidential any and all

unpublished information obtained during the course of the internship and may

not publish any documents based on such information.

Academic Credit: You may get academic credit from your institution of higher

 education for the internship. Check with your university to confirm their

academic credit policy for internships.

If you are interested in internships with other United Nations funds and programmes

listed, please apply with them directly through the links below.


·         United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)


·         United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)


·         United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA)


·         United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)


·         United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)


·         United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)






Internship Opportunities - – Intel


Intel has a well-developed internship program serving thousands of students who
are preparing for real careers outside of college. Our goal is to provide real-world,
thought-provoking internships to undergraduate and graduate-level students.
Historically, more than 60 percent of our interns go on to accept full-time
opportunities with Intel after graduation. There is no better way to learn than to
experience things first-hand.

Intel internships offer students a chance to get real-world experience with ownership
of projects from day one, as well as the opportunity to develop a network of contacts
for their future. Intel managers encourage students to take the initiative and develop
programs that meet their particular interests.

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As an intern at Intel, you will enjoy a variety of benefits including:

Real-world experience with leading-edge technologies

Competitive salaries

Networking with Intel managers and executives

Access to Intel University classes for professional and personal development

Consideration for full-time employment when you graduate




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eInternship Opportunities

This is a list of all the current internship opportunities at the Smithsonian, sorted by unit. Use this list to get a better sense about where you might like to pursue an internship at the Smithsonian, click the links to dig deeper.  You can also view all of the Smithsonian’s internships with their deadlines by clicking here.

Smithsonian-Wide (SI)

These are centrally funded opportunities that place interns throughout the Smithsonian. Click the links to find out how each program works.

Anne R. and G. Wayne Clough Internship

Benjamin Lawless Internship

Conservation Internship For Broadening Access (CIBA)

General Smithsonian Internship Pool

Internship to Fellowship (I2F) Programs

James E. Webb Internship for Minority Undergraduate and Graduate Students in Business and Public Administration

Katzenberger Art History Internship Program

Minority Awards Program

Native American Internship Awards

Shirley Ann Jackson Science Internship & Robert P. Kogod Arts Internship

Smithsonian Unit Internship Opportunities

These are internship opportunities available at each of the Smithsonian’s various museums, research centers, and other units. Click the link for more information about each opportunity, and how to apply.

Accessibility Program (AP)

Anacostia Community Museum (ACM)

Archives of American Art (AAA)

Arts and Industries Building (AIB)

Associate Provost for Education and Access (APEA)

Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage (CFCH)

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (CHNDM)

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (FSGA)

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (HMSG)

Museum Conservation Institute (MCI)

National Air and Space Museum (NASM)

National Collections Program (NCP)

National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC)

National Museum of African Art (NMAfA)

National Museum of American History (NMAH)

National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)

National Museum of Natural History (NMNH)

National Portrait Gallery (NPG)

National Postal Museum (NPM)

National Zoological Park (NZP)

Office of Advancement (OA)

Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)

Office of Equal Employment and Minority Affairs (OEEMA)

Office of Fellowships & Internships (OFI)

Office of Finance and Accounting(OF&A)

Office of Facilities Management & Reliability (OFMR)

Office of General Counsel (OGC)

Office of Human Resources (OHR)

Office of International Relations (OIR)

Office of Investments (OI)

Smithsonian Organizational and Audience Research (SOAR)

Office of Public Affairs (OPA)

Office of Protection Services (OPS)

Office of Special Events & Protocol (OSEP)

Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP)

Office of the Provost (OUSMRP)

Office of Visitor Services (OVS)

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Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery (SAAM)

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Clarify expectations about the internship: both the employers and yours. It is a good idea to agree upon your job responsibilities in writing.


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conflict prevention, and humanitarian assistance. Internships and Fellowships allow students the opportunity
to explore Federal careers and offer valuable work experience.

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The Internship Program replaces the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) and Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP).
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Students who successfully complete the program may be eligible for conversion to a permanent job in the Civil Service. Internships offer
students invaluable hands on experience while working a temporary job that does not convert to permanent employment.

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apply within two years of degree or certificate completion (except for veterans precluded from doing so due to their military service obligation,
who have up to six years after degree completion to apply). Successful applicants are placed in a dynamic, developmental program with the
potential to lead to a Civil Service career in the Federal Government. The program lasts for one year (unless the training requirements of the
 position warrant a longer and more structured training program). Recent graduates may be converted to a permanent position (or, in some
limited circumstances, a term appointment lasting one to four years).

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The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is a flagship leadership development program at the entry-level for advanced
degree candidates.  Created more than three decades ago, the program attracts and selects from among the best candidates and is designed
to develop a cadre of potential Federal Government leaders.  These Fellows serve for two  years in an Excepted Service position. Upon
successful completion of the program, the PMF may be converted to a permanent position (or, in some limited circumstances, a term
appointment lasting between one and four years) in the competitive service.

Fellowship Programs

The USAID Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship Program(link is external) seeks to attract outstanding
individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in the Foreign Service of USAID. If you want to work on the front lines of some of the most
pressing global challenges of our times - poverty, hunger, injustice, disease, environmental degradation, climate change, conflict and violent
extremism - the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for International Development provides an opportunity to advance U.S. foreign policy
interests and reflect the American people's compassion and support of human dignity. The Payne Fellowship, which provides up to $96,000
in benefits over two years for graduate school, internships, and professional development activities, is a unique pathway to the
USAID Foreign Service.

Watch a webinar recording(link is external) and review Payne Program publications(link is external) for more information.

Connect with USAID Development Diplomats in Residence(link is external) as a resource to learn more about a career in Foreign Service.

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USAID also sponsors unpaid internships for college and graduate students, depending
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·         Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0

·         Meet other qualifications as stated in the application

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USAID partners with the Department of State to offer virtual internship opportunities
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At the same time, it  benefits the IAEA and its programmatic work to obtain the assistance of qualified
students specialized in various professional fields.

The duration of internships is normally not less than three months and not more than one year.
However, a minimum of one month is also accepted. Interns are subject to the authority of the
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To be eligible for the internship programme, applicants must be at least 20 years of age and have
completed at least three years of full-time studies at a university or equivalent institution towards the
completion of their first degree.

Individuals may apply up to one year after the completion of a bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree.
Applications submitted after that time will not be considered. Applicants must not have previously
participated in the Agency’s internship programme.

A working (oral and written) knowledge of English is essential. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages
(Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, or Spanish) is an asset. Interns should be able to adapt to an
international, multicultural and multilingual environment, have good communication skills and be able to
work in a team.

Interns are selected from candidates whose study disciplines are relevant to the Agency's work.

The IAEA provides a stipend of EUR 500 to interns who do not receive financial support from an institution,
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o    Springfield, Illinois

o    Sugar Grove, Illinois

o    West Chicago, Illinois

o    Wheeling, Illinois

o    Evansville, Indiana

o    Fort Wayne, Indiana

o    Indianapolis, Indiana

o    Lagrange, Indiana

o    Marion, Indiana

o    Plainfield, Indiana

o    South Bend, Indiana

o    Terre Haute, Indiana

o    West Lafayette, Indiana

o    Ankeny, Iowa

o    Burlington, Iowa

o    Cedar Rapids, Iowa

o    Des Moines, Iowa

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o    Waterloo, Iowa

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o    Gardner, Kansas

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o    Olathe, Kansas

o    Salina, Kansas

o    Shawnee, Kansas

o    Sublette, Kansas

o    Topeka, Kansas

o    Wichita, Kansas

o    Covington, Kentucky

o    Hebron, Kentucky

o    Lexington, Kentucky

o    Louisville, Kentucky

o    Owensboro, Kentucky

o    Paducah, Kentucky

o    Alexandria, Louisiana

o    Barksdale AFB, Louisiana

o    Baton Rouge, Louisiana

o    De Ridder, Louisiana

o    Lafayette, Louisiana

o    Lake Charles, Louisiana

o    Monroe, Louisiana

o    New Orleans, Louisiana

o    Shreveport, Louisiana

o    Shreveport, Louisiana

o    Augusta, Maine

o    Bangor, Maine

o    Caribou, Maine

o    Limestone, Maine

o    Portland, Maine

o    Andrews AFB, Maryland

o    Baltimore, Maryland

o    Boonsboro, Maryland

o    Camp Springs, Maryland

o    Gaithersburg, Maryland

o    Glen Burnie, Maryland

o    Glenn Dale, Maryland

o    Rockville, Maryland

o    Salisbury, Maryland

o    Silver Spring, Maryland

o    Bedford, Massachusetts

o    Boston, Massachusetts

o    Burlington, Massachusetts

o    Cambridge, Massachusetts

o    Chelsea, Massachusetts

o    Cummington, Massachusetts

o    Falmouth, Massachusetts

o    Hyannis, Massachusetts

o    Lawrence, Massachusetts

o    Lexington, Massachusetts

o    Marlboro, Massachusetts

o    Marlborough, Massachusetts

o    Nantucket, Massachusetts

o    North Truro, Massachusetts

o    Norwood, Massachusetts

o    Worcester, Massachusetts

o    Ann Arbor, Michigan

o    Battle Creek, Michigan

o    Belleville, Michigan

o    Calumet, Michigan

o    Coopersville, Michigan

o    Detroit, Michigan

o    Flint, Michigan

o    Freeland, Michigan

o    Grand Rapids, Michigan

o    Indian River, Michigan

o    Ishpeming, Michigan

o    Kalamazoo, Michigan

o    Kentwood, Michigan

o    Lansing, Michigan

o    Muskegon, Michigan

o    Romulus, Michigan

o    Saginaw, Michigan

o    Traverse City, Michigan

o    Waterford, Michigan

o    Apple Valley, Minnesota

o    Bemidji, Minnesota

o    Bloomington, Minnesota

o    Crystal, Minnesota

o    Duluth, Minnesota

o    Eden Prairie, Minnesota

o    Farmington, Minnesota

o    Hibbing, Minnesota

o    Minneapolis, Minnesota

o    Nashwauk, Minnesota

o    Princeton, Minnesota

o    Rochester, Minnesota

o    Saint Paul, Minnesota

o    Byhalia, Mississippi

o    Columbus, Mississippi

o    Goodman, Mississippi

o    Greenville, Mississippi

o    Greenwood, Mississippi

o    Gulfport, Mississippi

o    Jackson, Mississippi

o    McComb, Mississippi

o    Meridian, Mississippi

o    Olive Branch, Mississippi

o    Pearl, Mississippi

o    Tupelo, Mississippi

o    Bridgeton, Missouri

o    Cape Girardeau, Missouri

o    Chesterfield, Missouri

o    Columbia, Missouri

o    Earth City, Missouri

o    Greentop, Missouri

o    Independence, Missouri

o    Joplin, Missouri

o    Kansas City, Missouri

o    Kansas City, Missouri

o    Kansas City, Missouri

o    Saint Ann, Missouri

o    Saint Charles, Missouri

o    Saint Joseph, Missouri

o    Saint Louis, Missouri

o    Springfield, Missouri

o    Weldon Spring, Missouri

o    Belgrade, Montana

o    Billings, Montana

o    Great Falls, Montana

o    Helena, Montana

o    Kalispell, Montana

o    Missoula, Montana

o    Bellevue, Nebraska

o    Columbus, Nebraska

o    Grand Island, Nebraska

o    Lincoln, Nebraska

o    North Platte, Nebraska

o    Offutt AFB, Nebraska

o    Omaha, Nebraska

o    Scottsbluff, Nebraska

o    Wellfleet, Nebraska

o    Elko, Nevada

o    Fallon, Nevada

o    Las Vegas, Nevada

o    Nellis AFB, Nevada

o    North Las Vegas, Nevada

o    Reno, Nevada

o    Tonopah, Nevada

o    Lebanon, New Hampshire

o    Manchester, New Hampshire

o    Merrimack, New Hampshire

o    Nashua, New Hampshire

o    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

o    Atlantic City, New Jersey

o    Caldwell, New Jersey

o    Fairfield, New Jersey

o    Gibbsboro, New Jersey

o    Millville, New Jersey

o    Morristown, New Jersey

o    Newark, New Jersey

o    Newtonville, New Jersey

o    Teterboro, New Jersey

o    Trenton, New Jersey

o    Albuquerque, New Mexico

o    Carlsbad, New Mexico

o    Farmington, New Mexico

o    Newkirk, New Mexico

o    Roswell, New Mexico

o    Albany, New York

o    Binghamton, New York

o    Buffalo, New York

o    Dansville, New York

o    East Farmingdale, New York

o    Elmira, New York

o    Farmingdale, New York

o    Garden City, New York

o    Horseheads, New York

o    Islip, New York

o    Ithaca, New York

o    Johnson City, New York

o    Melville, New York

o    Kings, New York

o    New York, New York

o    Queens, New York

o    Newburgh, New York

o    Rochester, New York

o    Rome, New York

o    Ronkonkoma, New York

o    Saranac Lake, New York

o    Syracuse, New York

o    Valley Stream, New York

o    Wappingers Falls, New York

o    Westbury, New York

o    White Plains, New York

o    Asheville, North Carolina

o    Benson, North Carolina

o    Charlotte, North Carolina

o    Fayetteville, North Carolina

o    Fort Bragg, North Carolina

o    Goldsboro, North Carolina

o    Greensboro, North Carolina

o    Kinston, North Carolina

o    Lexington, North Carolina

o    Maiden, North Carolina

o    Raleigh, North Carolina

o    Wilmington, North Carolina

o    Bismarck, North Dakota

o    Fargo, North Dakota

o    Finley, North Dakota

o    Grand Forks, North Dakota

o    Minot, North Dakota

o    Minot AFB, North Dakota

o    Broadview Heights, Ohio

o    Clermontville, Ohio

o    Cleveland, Ohio

o    Columbus, Ohio

o    Dayton, Ohio

o    Findlay, Ohio

o    Green, Ohio

o    London, Ohio

o    Mansfield, Ohio

o    New London, Ohio

o    North Olmsted, Ohio

o    Oberlin, Ohio

o    Swanton, Ohio

o    Swanton, Ohio

o    Vandalia, Ohio

o    Vienna, Ohio

o    Ardmore, Oklahoma

o    Bethany, Oklahoma

o    Lawton, Oklahoma

o    McAlester, Oklahoma

o    Midwest City, Oklahoma

o    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

o    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

o    Tulsa, Oklahoma

o    Tulsa, Oklahoma

o    Yukon, Oklahoma

o    Eugene, Oregon

o    Fossil, Oregon

o    Hillsboro, Oregon

o    Keno, Oregon

o    Klamath Falls, Oregon

o    Medford, Oregon

o    North Bend, Oregon

o    Portland, Oregon

o    Portland, Oregon

o    Portland, Oregon

o    Redmond, Oregon

o    Salem, Oregon

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o    Avoca, Pennsylvania

o    Benton, Pennsylvania

o    Bern, Pennsylvania

o    Brentwood, Pennsylvania

o    Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

o    Coraopolis, Pennsylvania

o    Du Bois, Pennsylvania

o    Erie, Pennsylvania

o    Essington, Pennsylvania

o    Fairview, Pennsylvania

o    Indiana, Pennsylvania

o    Lester, Pennsylvania

o    Middletown, Pennsylvania

o    Millcreek Township, Pennsylvania

o    New Cumberland, Pennsylvania

o    Oakdale, Pennsylvania

o    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

o    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

o    Reading, Pennsylvania

o    Scranton, Pennsylvania

o    State College, Pennsylvania

o    Tinicum, Pennsylvania

o    West Mifflin, Pennsylvania

o    Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

o    Wilkes Barre Township, Pennsylvania

o    Williamsport, Pennsylvania

o    Kingston, Rhode Island

o    North Kingstown, Rhode Island

o    Providence, Rhode Island

o    Warwick, Rhode Island

o    Anderson, South Carolina

o    Charleston, South Carolina

o    Columbia, South Carolina

o    Columbia, South Carolina

o    Florence, South Carolina

o    Fort Mill, South Carolina

o    Greer, South Carolina

o    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

o    North Charleston, South Carolina

o    West Columbia, South Carolina

o    Gettysburg, South Dakota

o    Huron, South Dakota

o    Rapid City, South Dakota

o    Sioux Falls, South Dakota

o    Blountville, Tennessee

o    Bristol, Tennessee

o    Chattanooga, Tennessee

o    Jackson, Tennessee

o    Joelton, Tennessee

o    Knoxville, Tennessee

o    Memphis, Tennessee

o    Nashville, Tennessee

o    Abilene, Texas

o    Addison, Texas

o    Amarillo, Texas

o    Andrews, Texas

o    Austin, Texas

o    Austin, Texas

o    Beaumont, Texas

o    Bellville, Texas

o    Burleson, Texas

o    Burnet, Texas

o    Corpus Christi, Texas

o    Corpus Christi, Texas

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o    Dallas, Texas

o    El Paso, Texas

o    Ennis, Texas

o    Euless, Texas

o    Fort Worth, Texas

o    Harlingen, Texas

o    Houston, Texas

o    Houston, Texas

o    Irving, Texas

o    Keller, Texas

o    Laredo, Texas

o    Longview, Texas

o    Lubbock, Texas

o    McAllen, Texas

o    Midland, Texas

o    New Caney, Texas

o    Rogers, Texas

o    San Angelo, Texas

o    San Antonio, Texas

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