Internships are a great way for college students to build valuable work experience. In fact, some majors at NWU require them. Following are some resources that will help you locate an internship right for you and your career development. See also Service Learning and Job Resources for a list of regional employers who also offer internships.
Internships are a great way for college students to build valuable work experience. Various majors at NWU require them. While the academic departments themselves can offer background and advice on landing internships, the Career & Counseling Center can offer additional guidance. Before applying for an internship, check out the resources listed in the right column of this web page.
We subscribe to 16 internship directories with Internships USA in areas ranging from international affairs to sports. Once you are on the site,
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Following is a list of the 16 directories available from Internships USA:
Internships in International Affairs
Internships with America's Top Companies
For the Common Good-Internships with Social and Community Service Agencies
The Big Green Internship Book
The Congressional Internship Book
The History Internship Book
The Human Rights Internship Book
The Media Internship Book
The Museum Internship Book
The Resort Internship Book & Seasonal Employment Guide
The Sports Internship Book
Washington Internships in Law and Policy
Women's Rights Internship Book
Find Jobs and Internships with the JobZone
The JobZone is a job posting website that NWU shares with seven other Nebraska schools. The JobZone connects college students and alumni with internships, full-time employment opportunities, and part-time jobs in a variety of fields. To see the full list of jobs and internships, you must register.
Once your registration is approved by a JobZone administrator, you’ll have access to a database of hundreds of opportunities for jobs and internships.
The Career & Counseling Center makes networking with professional alumni easy. The Career Assistance Network can connect you to receptive alumni who are already established in your field and eager to help fellow Prairie Wolves.
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