An internship is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths; and give employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent.
- Looksharp – The largest internship and entry-level jobs marketplace dedicated entirely to students and new grads. Search for opportunities by location, industry and/or companies of interest.
- Back Door Jobs – Uncover thousands of unique and alternative short-term jobs, internships and unique work experiences for students of all ages.
- Disney College Program – A unique educational and work program especially designed to increase practical knowledge of the entertainment and hospitality industry.
- Handshake Open
- InternshipPrograms.com – The premier portal web site community for internship seekers such as college students, corporate employers, and career center professionals. Research and apply to hundreds of internship programs from this site.
- USAJobs.gov – Opportunities for internships and entry-level jobs with the federal government.
Summer Housing Options
Emory Summer Housing
Educational Housing Service
Scholarship and Funding for Internships
- Association for Women in Sports Media – Since 1990, AWSM has placed more than 90 female college students interested in sports media careers in paid internships. All interns receive a $1,000 scholarship from AWSM in addition to whatever pay the internship provides.
- Green Scholarships – Numerous providers are awarding green scholarships to environmentally-conscious students to pursue studies or projects in sustainable areas.
- PSJD – Public Service Legal Careers – Database of funding opportunities for students pursuing legal careers in public service fields.
St. Andrews University is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers. As a member our practices and policies regarding internships are guided by the NACE Position Statement on Internships.
The Office of Career and Vocational Services serves as referral sources for jobs and other opportunities and generally cannot make specific recommendations regarding off-campus employers. The Office of Career and Vocational Services makes no guarantees about the positions listed in the internship or job resource databases. The Office of Career and Vocational Services is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any others aspects of off-campus employment. While we expect employers to adhere to ethical standards, we are not able to research the integrity of each organization or individual that lists a job. Students and alumni are urged to ask good questions and use common sense when applying for any job or internships, particularly with respect to employment in a private home or other opportunities not affiliated with an established public or private sector organization. We encourage you to research prospective employers, as well as other tools, such as the internet. For additional information, please contact Career and Vocational Services, located in LA Building, Room 135.
The Office of Career and Vocational Services does not guarantee job placement for students nor for alumni. The director is available to assist and guide with job and internship opportunities.
Please contact the Office of Career and Vocational Services with any questions or concerns.