It is possible to find internship opportunities on Indeed.com, a generic job search website that posts internships and other types of jobs from across the United States. You can also utilize websites that specialize in internship positions, such as Internships.com. Federal government departments also list internship positions on their websites.
There are two methods for locating internship opportunities via Indeed.com. The first is to type "Internship" or a specific field of internship into the website's search engine. The website then brings up a list of different internship opportunities from across the country. To limit results to a particular geographic area, type the city, state or ZIP code into the search engine.
The second way to locate internships through Indeed is to type the field you wish to work with into Indeed's search engine. For example, search using the term Social Worker. Once the list is pulled up, go to the left-hand side bar, click Job Type, and then click Internship, if available. This limits results to intern positions.
To find internship openings on Internship.com, choose your major and desired geographical region in which to work. The website then identifies relevant openings.
Departments of the U.S. Government frequently have internship opportunities listed online. For example, the U.S. Department of State has two internship programs, these being an unpaid U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program and a paid Pathways Program, both of which provide job experience working in international relations.