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- Internships: give you valuable experience that employers want in addition to your degree.
- Internships.com Infographic: Internships Survey and 2013 Internship Trends
- Internships can be:
- paid or unpaid
- part-time or full-time
- summer or during the school year
- for academic credit, or not for credit
- Prepare for finding an internship just as you would for finding a job:
- Know your skills, abilities and experience in order to know what types of internships you fit, and want to pursue.
- Decide which companies/organizations that you would like to intern at.
- Research employers, and the type of internship you are seeking.
- Write your resume.
- Write a cover letter OR a letter of inquiry
- Network! Talk to friends, faculty, family, family of friends and people at companies you are interested in interning at.
- Apply, following the postings instructions exactly.
- When do I start my search?
- The more competitive the internship is, the earlier you look. Start at least 6 months before you actually need to do your internship. Keep looking because they are posted continually.
- The first part of this page is internships that have been sent to us by employers that want a Crown student.
- At the bottom of the page you can search web sites for a valuable internship experience. You'll have more success finding an internship if you start looking well in advance and are flexible about the location.
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Ministry / Parachurch Ministry
Social Services / Health Care
Web sites to search for Internships
- Land It: this site of specifically for students and graduates of Minnesota colleges and universities.
- Indeed: this site searches other mega sites, and employer sites for internships. Enter "intern" keywords, and a location (city or zip code).
- Minnesota Council of Non-Profits: select "intern" from the job type category.
- Internmatch: Find your focus
- Internships: search by type and location. A very good site!
- Career Builder: search for "internship" or "entry level".
- College Grad: Lots of internships, go to "Advanced Internship Search
- DC Internships: internships in Washington DC in public policy, journalism, public relations nonprofit, community service and other interests.
- Idealist: non-profit organizations with a social service focus.
- Inroads: Internships and development for minority youth in business and industry.
- Intern Web: "the Online source for internships."
- Rising Star Internships: "Your gateway to the future!"
- Urban Employ Network: internships in many large metro areas.
- Big Apple Head: opportunities in New York city and surrounding area.
- IHipo: International Internships.
- World Endeavors: International Opportunities.