Additional Internship Resources
WayUp.com: from startups to Fortune 500s, WayUp offers internships and jobs from over 20,000 employers
Internships.com: the world’s largest internship marketplace bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one centralized location
Indeed.com: “spider sites” that pick up internship postings from company websites and other job search sites
info.parkerdewey.com/chaminade: mission-driven organization working to address the challenges associated with college-to-career transitions by providing micro-internships. These professional, paid, short-term assignments allow Career Launchers to demonstrate their skills and grit, explore careers and develop their networks as they seek internships and full-time roles.
Allinternship.com: this is a comprehensive list of internships in the state of Hawaii and other states (some links may be outdated)
TheForage.com: in these virtual work experience programs, top companies teach students the skills they look for before they hire you
Visit company websites if you have ideas for where you’d like to work. Look for their employment/careers link on their site. Some sites have a section specifically for internships.
Try a Google search, you’ll be surprised what you’ll find.
Network by let your family, friends, professors, neighbors know what you’re looking for. Personal references are still one of the best ways to find an internship.
Attend a career fair where you can start making connections directly with employers and corporate recruiters.