Did you know that if your internship is non-credit, you can still have it denoted on your transcript?
If you would like for your non-credit internship to be listed on your transcript, complete the Co-op & Internship Employment Agreement Form. Please scan and email the completed form to Internships.Now@shawnee.edu, or bring it to the Workforce Development office in Massie Hall, Room B50. To get there, enter the back doors of Massie Hall from the parking lot, and Massie B50 is immediately to your left.
Search for the right internship for you! Below are some helpful tools:
SSU Career Connections is a new job search engine for SSU students and alumni. Creating a profile through SSU Career Connections has many benefits:
- It creates a visible profile so employers can find you
- It connects you to 6,000+ employers
- It makes it easier to find part-time/full-time jobs and internships.
Check out this nationwide database of internships. You can search for internship opportunities in every state using keywords to find positions that relate to your area of study. Click here to start your search.
The globalEDGE International Internship Directory was created by Michigan State University's International Studies and Programs. This directory is a reference guide for students, faculty, staff, and administrators to help match students with international internship opportunities offered by two- and four-year colleges and universities, governmental agencies, non-profit groups, private organizations, and corporations. You can access it here.
You might also check out the following opportunities:
Disney Professional Internships
Professional Internship for Disney/ABC Television Group, The Walt Disney Studios, Corporate, ESPN, etc. will post throughout the semester. Some Spring 2017 opportunities with Disney Parks & Resorts and ESPN are still available. Please see disneyinterns.com for more information.
Disney International Programs
Applications are currently available for the Cultural Exchange Program, Cultural Representative Program, and the Australia/New Zealand Cultural Exchange Program. Former Disney International Program participants may apply for the Guest Relations Cultural Ambassador Program.
The Enterprise Management Internship Program is a full-time, paid internship. That means you will be put in the middle of everything as you develop the skills to manage a fleet of hundreds of late model vehicles. They will teach you how to take care of customers — by actually working with them. You’ll learn to develop marketing strategies. And you’ll practice building business-to-business relationships. You'll even use the skills you learned to complete intern projects and compete for scholarships. For more information, visit here.
Fluor-BWXT of Piketon, Ohio, is seeking interns for its summer program. Interested parties should apply online here no later than February 16, 2017.
GeoCorpsTM America is a program of the Geological Society of America, operated in partnership with government agencies and other organizations committed to science and stewardship. Current partners include the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service. This program offers paid short-term geoscience assignments in some of the most beautiful natural areas in the world. Find out more here.
Several internship opportunities are offered by Honda at sites right here in Ohio. Search for opportunities here.
L Brands offers internships in all disciplines, including merchandising, finance, merchandise planning and allocation, design, accounting, stores, marketing, human resources and information technology. They also have opportunities in production, sourcing and logistics. Their brands include Bath & Body Works, Victoria's Secret, Henri Bendel, Victoria's Secret Pink and La Senza. Click here for more information. You may also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer's University Entrepreneurs Congressional Internship Program
The internship will run from mid-June to mid-August 2017, and the application deadline is January 30, 2017. Find out more here.
Northwestern Mutual’s internship program is ranked “One of America’s Top Ten Internships." As a financial representative intern, you have the flexibility to pursue your studies while getting real-world job experience.
P&G is always looking for the best and brightest from universities and colleges around the world. There is a variety of options across all of its function areas, and you'll find an opportunity to work on real business challenges with some of the world's best-known brands. A P&G internship allows you to work side by side with some of the industry's leading experts as you make valuable contributions to its family of brands. Some of P&G's best professionals started out as interns there and continued to work their way throughout the business. You must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate, master's or doctorate program to be selected. Click here for more information.
The Scioto Foundation will launch its UCAN Internship Program in the summer of 2017. A limited number of students will have the opportunity to participate in a five-week work environment at a local nonprofit organization or government agency. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2017. Click here for more information.
21st Mortgage, based in Knoxville, Tenn., is the leading provider of financing in the manufactured housing industry. Successful candidates will be making progress in attaining a degree in their chosen major, a great work ethic, multi-tasking and problem solving skills, good communication skills, outstanding ability to work with others in a team environment, and a desire to learn and advance within a credit granting loan servicing environment. All majors will be considered.
Wright Patterson Air Force Base
Science & Engineering Students: Experience real science and engineering; perform cutting-edge research at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base -- and get paid! Apply online at www.socheintern.org by February 1, 2017. Only U.S. citizens should apply. For more information, visit here.
The AFRL ATR Center Summer Program is a collaborative research experience for university professors, students, industry, and government to work together to solve challenging Air Force problems in sensor processing and exploitation, including object detection, tracking and recognition as well as problems in optical and radio-frequency remote sensing and detection. Students work with an Air Force mentor at Wright Patterson Air Force Base or nearby Wright State University, and have access to outstanding computing resources, measurement and modeling tools, and data. You can participate by submitting your resume and unofficial transcript to Ms. Pamela Meyers by February 10, 2017, for consideration and the best possible match with a mentor. Include relevant course work, prior and current projects, and technical work experience. For more information, visit here.