There are numerous resources available for finding internships and jobs:
There are many resources available for researching companies and organizations to learn more about internship and career opportunities as well as the focus and mission of the organization.
Identify Your Career Interest & Location :
Create a list of employers that match your interest and location. Identify employers in the field that you wish to pursue as well as organizations that offer jobs in that field. Once you generate a list of employers, also generate a list of their competitors for additional potential employers to contact.
Identify Employers by Doing a General Search :
Check out the Company’s Website:
Once you have identified your targeted companies of interest, you can go to their website to gather important information about their focus, mission, and available job opportunities. In addition, you will find out more about the company’s product and services, customer relations, clientele, environmental sustainability, careers and benefits, etc.
Read Relevant Trade & Business Publications:
You can find out additional information by reading articles written up in various trade and business publications by utilizing indexes and databases, such as: the Business Periodicals Index, F. & S. Index to Corporations and Industries, and The Wall Street Journal Index.
Utilize Online Research Sites:
Check out Smaller Employers:
Identify smaller companies to find additional opportunities. Large corporations may advertise internships in the career section of their website but it may be necessary to prospect for opportunities by contacting smaller companies individually to see if they offer internships or if they would be interested in having an intern work for them.