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Clemson Center for Career and Professional Development

Off-Campus Internship Program

Domestic Internship Resources

A domestic internship search will take 4-6 months. When you are looking for an internship be sure to use many varied resources. Here are some options for you to consider:

West

Mid-West

South

  • Charleston Digital Corridor: Talent Portal
    Find jobs and internships in the Charleston, South Carolina area by searching under the "Talent Portal" heading
  • Washington DC Internship Programs
  • DCInternships.org: The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) was founded in 1967 to help instill in young people an appreciation for the American form of government and the free enterprise system. TFAS sponsors Institutes that teach college students about the principles and values upon which the United States was founded.
  • Book of Lists - Lists of major companies in Greenville area.

North-East

  • Maine Arts Commission
  • Fordham University New York City Summer Internship Program
    The Summer in the City New York Internship program assists students in securing eight- to 10-week internship placements for the summer in business, finance, marketing, media, advertising, public relations, art, theater, government, non-profits, human resources, and more.
  • The Philadelphia Center
    The Philadephia Center provides experiential education programs for undergraduate students that put the liberal arts mission into practice by integrating multidisciplinary seminars, comprehensive advising, and substantial internship opportunities in Philadephia.

Networking

Faculty

Speak with your professors or advisor and ask if they have any contacts for you.

Alumni

Conduct an informational interview to learn more about a company, the profession, tips for finding an internship, or a contact within their company or industry.

Targetting specific companies

Select companies you are interested in working for and contact their human resources department or college recruiter to ask if they offer internships.


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