Finding an Internship

How do I find an internship?

Start with Career Connect

There are many resources available online for finding an internship that will meet your needs. Oglethorpe’s Career Connect is a great place to start. In Career Connect you’ll find hundreds of internship and part time job listings in the local Atlanta area. Users can filter results based on their major, or area of interest. Current students log in with their Oglethorpe username and use the last six digits of their social security number as their password. Alumni can request access from the A_LAB.

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Additional trusted resources

General Internship Listings

NACElink
Connect Sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers provides access to numerous internship opportunities.

Washington Internship Institute
You can work in the nation’s capital, investigate a career, meet today’s leaders, and participate in an experience that will enrich your life, while earning college credit!

Quintessential Careers
Career and job-hunting resource guide

InternWeb.com
A database of paid and unpaid internships around the country in more than 15 categories.

Internships in Politics

The Washington Center
Spend a semester interning in DC! Oglethorpe has an affiliation agreement with this program that reduces the cost and ensures your academic credits will transfer.

Vote Smart
Internships in political science.

Internships in Science and Healthcare

Student Conservation Association
Environmental and outdoor conservation

National Institutes of Health
Summer internship program in biomedical research

Internships in Non-profit and Public Service

Opportunity Knocks
A top-site for non-profit internships and job opportunities throughout the United States

Internships Abroad

Studyabroad.com
Links to many study abroad and internship programs.

International Resources

Explorations in Travel

Educational travel programs