Sites for Finding Internships in Your Field
General job sites like Indeed and Wagner Works are great places to start your initial internship search, but it’s also important to find other websites and job boards that focus more specifically on your chosen field.
*Please note that students should communicate with their faculty advisor prior to and during the internship search as much as possible, in order to know internships pursued are in line with departmental requirements and expectations.*
Arts and Entertainment
mandy.com – An international film and TV production resource, including film and television production jobs and casting calls
Business – Accounting, Finance, and Marketing
AICPA Job Board – The American Institute of CPA Job Board
Internships in NYC Government – Links to the various internships available in New York City government offices, including the Urban Fellows Program, the NYC Service Fellows Program, the Public Service Corps (PSC), and the Citywide Summer Internship Program.
U.S. State Department Internships – The U.S. Department of State offers two programs for high school, undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students who are interested in working in a foreign affairs environment: The U.S. Department of State Internship Program (unpaid) and the Pathways Program (paid).
U.S. Department of State
Journalism, Publishing, Communications & Media
Idealist.org Comprehensive listings of jobs and internships with non-profit organizations, as well as substantial volunteer opportunities
The Association of Fundraising Professionals
Dot.Org.Jobs – A job and internship board published by onphilanthropy.com
The Nonprofit Jobs Cooperative
Opportunity Knocks – job and internship postings with nonprofits, as well as advice on developing a non-profit career
Mental Health Network
Sports, Recreation, and Fitness
NACDA Internships – The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics maintains a listing of internships at athletic departments at colleges and universities around the country.