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  1. Scoring a Great Internship (Students Helping Students series) by Ellen Rubinstein, 2002-11
  2. Practical Experience: An Architecture Student's Guide to Internship and the Year Out (Architectural Students Handbooks) by Igor Marjanovic, Katerina Ruedi Ray PhD in Architecture, et all 2005-01-03
  3. Supervising Student Internships in Human Services by Carlton Munson, 1984-01-01
  4. Learning from Working: A Guide for Cooperative Education Internship Students (Ca 40 Ab) by Joseph E. Barbeau, William A. Stull, 1989-09
  5. Internship Bible, 2001 Edition (Princeton Review: Student Advantage Guide: Internship Bible) by Mark Oldman, Samer Hamadeh, 2000-09-12
  6. Getting Work Experience: The Student's Directory of Professional Internship Programs by Betsy Bauer, 1985-10
  7. International Internships and Volunteer Programs: International Options for Students and Professionals by Will Cantrell, Francine Modderno, 1992-07
  8. Translating Theory into Practice: A Student Guide to Counseling Practicum and Internship by Justin E. Levitov, Kevin A. Fall, 2009-02-06
  9. The Counseling Practicum and Internship Manual: A Resource for Graduate Counseling Students by Dr. Shannon Hodges PhDLMHCACS, 2010-08-03
  10. Paralegal Internship Manual: A Student Guide to Career Success (2nd Edition) by Charles P. Nemeth, 1996-01-11
  11. Nine Hundred Eighty Nine Great Part Time Jobs in Seattle: How to Find Internships, Temporary, Seasonal, Student and Free Lance Work by Linda Carlson, 1994-09
  12. Hospitality Management Internship: A Student Workbook by Kimberly J. Harris, 2005-02-17
  13. Priceless? Fewer newspapers are offering paid internships to journalism students.(DROP CAP): An article from: American Journalism Review by Will Skowronski, 2009-04-01
  14. N.C. bioscience firms hire from student internships.: An article from: BT Catalyst by Gale Reference Team, 2006-09-01

1. Student Internships - Job Hunting Advice
The following companies post internship and coop opportunities on their websites.
MEMBERS ONLY Join Renew Shop ... Home Search ASME: ASME.ORG ASME Career Center Job Hunting Advice Student Internships Looking for Internships...?
The companies listed at the bottom of the page post internship and co-op opportunities on their websites. These listings are most often found in the "Career/Employment Opportunities" (aka, "Job Listings", "Working for Us", etc.) section. ASME's Online Database
To search , click here and select the "Internships" option under "Job Level." Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE)
Every summer, ASME Government Relations sponsors an undergraduate ASME student member with at least two years of engineering education for the Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE) program. Through meetings and discussions with prominent engineers and government officials, the student examines a public policy issue of concern to engineering and prepares a research paper for publication. For more information, go to Need a mentor?
Student members review information on prospective mentors online and choose the ones that best fit their needs. Email your top choices to us and we will match you on a first come first served basis. For more information visit our

2. Student_internships
Requirements. Application 2007. Internship Hosts. Interns. Resources. Information for companies wanting to host interns
VEAP Program
Student Internships Application deadline is February 28, 2007.
Application 2007 Internship Hosts Interns ... Information for companies wanting to host interns DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Have you considered a summer internship in East Asia? Internships are wonderful ways to gain important "hands-on" experience while improving language and learning more about other cultures and societies. The Visiting East Asian Professionals (VEAP) Program of Washington University has a number of internship opportunities that may be of interest to you.
Visiting East Asian Professionals Program
Campus Box 1123
Washington University
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
Tel: 314-935-4448
Fax: 314-935-7462
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3. P&G Balkans - Career Center
Job Category. Job Categories New College/University Graduates Starting positions for students about to graduate or recently graduated including those with
Albania Balkans Bosnia Bulgaria Republic of Macedonia Moldova Romania Find A Job and Apply Job Number:
Job Category:
Job Categories
New College/University Graduates
Starting positions for students about to graduate or recently graduated including those with Advanced Degrees
Positions requiring previous relevant work experience and specific skills
Temporary employment as part of a school curriculum or between school sessions Student Programs/Seminars Apprenticeship Country/Region: Language: Returning User View your job submissions. Language: Site Search Brand Site Links Make a selection Alldays Always Ariel BeingGirl Pampers Pantene Secret-Deodorant Tide Make a selection United States Brazil Germany Hungary India Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kyrgyzstan Mexico Mongolia Poland Russia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Career Center What we look for Recruiting Philosophy Student Opportunities ... Steps to Success Steps to Success Thursday, May 29, 2008 You will participate in introductory training sessions on arrival and from then on we will guide and coach you as well as giving you access to our internal Learning and Development programmes. Within your work you will be expected to demonstrate initiative and leadership whilst learning on the job. Our internships vary in length but generally run for at least ten weeks.

4. UVa Art Museum - For Students & Faculty - Student Internships & Volunteer Opport
The University of Virginia Art Museum exhibits art from around the world dating ancient times to the present. In addition to its permanent collection,
UVa Art Museum On view Press room Things to do ... Site map The University of Virginia Art Museum exhibits art from around the world dating ancient times to the present. In addition to its permanent collection, the Museum offers changing exhibitions exhibitions, accompanied by related programs and publications.
Please enter a valid email. Invalid email format. Gallery Hours
Tuesday - Sunday
12 - 5 pm Location
Thomas H. Bayly Building
155 Rugby Road
P.O. Box 400119
Charlottesville, VA
GROUP TOURS Student internships Fourth-year students are eligible to become UIP interns at the Museum and receive academic credit for their part-time work. Students of all academic interests and years may also volunteer in many departments in the Museum. Call 434.243.2050 or email us Student Docent Program Docents design tours for groups, from pre-school children to seniors, and plan the annual Writer's Eye competition. Docent volunteers, both community members and University students, are trained in the inquiry method and other museum education techniques, and give tours to school students, adult groups, and University classes throughout the year. After an initial training period, docents have on-going monthly training with curators, guest speakers and eductation staff regarding special exhibitions and the permanent collection. As a group, docents occassionally take field trips to other museums. Some docents also attend regional and national docent education conferences.

5. Program In Human Biology
Please see the Student Handbook for this information here! Human Biology Internship (Humbio 197) Proposal......STUDENT INTERNSHIPS. Internship
About Hum Bio

The Minor

Informational Video
STUDENT INTERNSHIPS Internship Description
Please see the Student Handbook for this information here! Human Biology Internship (Humbio 197) Proposal
Download the form here! Human Biology Internship Evaluation Form
Download the form here! Internship Database, examples of past Internships
Download the form here! The internship proposal should be turned in before the internship is started and no later than a quarter after it is finished. The report/evaluation should be turned in when the internship is finished, and no later than 6 months after the internship is finished. A student must petition the SAs and Director if the internship paperwork is further delayed, and petitions will only be approved under extraordinary circumstances. Humanities and Sciences Stanford University

6. UT RecSports - About - Student Internships
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... Committees Jobs Employment at RecSports Part-Time Student Positions Application Process for Student Jobs Graduate Assistantships ...
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Student Internships Each semester RecSports offers a limited number of internships to selected individuals who are pursuing a career in campus recreation, student affairs administration or a closely related field. Functions During the internship, the student:
  • gains practical experience working in a comprehensive and progressive collegiate recreational sports program, works closely within one or more areas of the organization or on special projects, learns the many procedures, policies and philosophies associated with recreational sports administration, works directly with one or more professional staff members in one of the following areas: Programs, Facility Operations, Marketing/Development or Business Services.
Requirements Applicants must be currently enrolled at The University of Texas at Austin or any other accredited university and earning academic credit for the internship. Preference will be given to individuals whose academic area of study is directly related to the administration of collegiate recreational sports programs. Selection Process The Division of Recreational Sports creates specific positions by matching its needs with the skills and interests of candidates. The selection committee interviews top candidates and generally offers internships within one month of the application deadline.

7. Webster University Career Services
Experiential Education is designed to assist students in applying classroom learning while gaining career related experience before (or shortly after)
Events Programs General Information Forms ... Calendar of Events General Internship Information Experiential Education is designed to assist students in applying classroom learning while gaining career related experience before (or shortly after) graduation. We provide services to assist you in connecting with local, national, and international employers interested in helping you learn and gain experience in your major/career field while working on their projects.
Hours, Pay, and Other Basics

What an Internship Is and Isn't

Learning Goals

General Guidelines and Getting Started
International Student Information

Hours, Pay, and Other Basics
What is Experiential Education?
The term "Experiential Education" refers to an educational experience in which a student or recent alum takes on a position related to his/her major and/or career interests, and then observes, analyzes, and reflects on the experience and its relationship to academic learning. The purpose of Experiential Education is to assist you with education and career development by giving you the opportunity to:
  • Enhance classroom learning by linking academics and real-world work experience.

8. Cal Poly Pomona
Contents. Cal Poly Pomona Current Students Prospective Students Advisors HOME Advising Tools Academic Policies Degree Requirements
Student Internships
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Student Internships
Students are encouraged to contact the academic department of their major for information about student internships. Following are a sample of internships offered to Cal Poly Pomona students or points of contact for additional information. College of Business Administration Accounting:
Computer Information Systems: Contact Professor Frederick Gallegos
Finance, Real Estate and Law
International Business and Marketing

- Look for the 'Jobs and Internships'tab Management and Human Resources
Technology and Operations Management

9. University Of Mary Washington | Student Internships
This page contains information on past internships.
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Past Student Internships
First Nations Development Institute
Ross Cornell, Fall 1996
Merrill Lynch

Jeff Seaman, Spring 1997
G.D. Package Machinery

Gabe Venturi, Summer 1997
Paine Webber

John L. Bowman, Spring 1997

Roman Guerra, Summer 1997
BondNet Brokerage, NYC
John Schmauch, Summer 1997 Scott Estelle, Spring 1997 Dean Witter Kenneth Gardner, Summer 1997 American Express Financial Advisors Renee Adler, Summer 1997 Cooperative Benefit Administrators, Inc. Tamara R. Hinton, Summer 1997 Crestar Mortgage Corporation Anna Eriksson, Spring 1998

10. EUROCONTROL - Internships
Internships should normally last at least three months; application is made directly to EUROCONTROL Headquarters (EHQ), to the CRDS, or to the EEC.
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Internships should normally last at least three months; application is made directly to EUROCONTROL Headquarters (EHQ), to the CRDS, or to the EEC. How to apply for an internship at the CRDS. Selection is carried out by a local selection committee at each site. The topic of the internship can be either one from the catalogue of subjects proposed (see the internship links), or one that you want to propose on your own initiative. Author: document.write('The EEC web team');
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11. Goddard Earth Sciences & Technology Center Staff
GEST Goddard Earth Science and Technology Center. home, about GEST, directory administrative staff sponsor resources faculty resources
Guidelines for GEST Student Internships
  • Sponsor must first complete a New Task Worksheet if the sponsor does not already have a task with GEST.
  • download the form off the GEST Web site; enter the required information; save it; and email it as an attachment to the following people:
    • Richard E. Hartle, GSFC Technical Officer for GEST, Email: Alicia Joyner, GSFC Contract Specialist for GEST Debora E. Boyer, GSFC Resources Analyst for GEST, Email:
    Sponsor must complete the Student Internship Request Form and return to Valerie Casasanto, GEST Program Coordinator/Education Lead, Email: For summer internships during the June-August timeframe, students can be housed at University of Maryland, College Park in the Leonardtown Apartments. Therefore, your students will be housed with other students working at GSFC during the summer. You may choose to provide funds for your student’s housing or request that the student be made responsible for their own housing payments. Housing students outside of the summer term is a difficult task and GEST will only be able to provide limited help in searching housing possibilities for students. If you are interested in having a student during the regular summer programs timeframe, please give at least 45 days advance notice in order to have space set aside. Students housed at College Park during the summer can access a M-F shuttle between campus and GSFC. This summer morning pick up is at 7:20am on campus and dropped off at a few locations on both sides of GSFC. Afternoon pick-up at GSFC begins at 4:30pm to return to campus. GEST does not recommend renting a vehicle for a student under the age of 21 for reasons of liability.
  • 12. University Of Teesside » Current Students » Student Internships
    The University of Teesside is a modern university dedicated to delivering quality education. There are over 20000 students at Teesside on courses from
    @import "css/default_style.css"; @import "css/stud_style.css"; @import "css/print.css"; @import "css/forms.css"; Skip to Main Content Search site: Current Students Current Students Quick links: - Quick links - Home page News Centre Visit Us Accommodation Travel Directions Schools Departments Careers Library Blackboard Term Dates
    Our Student Interns
    Dominic Burghuber
    ‘I am in my third year of a Computer Studies degree. My other interests include films, computer games, martial arts, boxing and football. I have been an enterprise intern here at Teesside for a year. My main focus for this coming term is to promote the new Simventure Challenge – a fun computer game which will help you learn business skills as well as helping you win prizes. Watch out for further details.'
    Andrew Ferguson
    ‘I am studying law here at Teesside. Outside of Uni I enjoy keeping fit and am a representative of the Teesside Tennis Club. I am constantly on the look out for new student enterprise events and competitions, so if you want to know what is going on, or if you have any ideas for events – do get in touch.’

    13. Alna - Karjäär: Student Internships
    The first step on the road to getting to know us is the student internship!It is with pleasure that we offer internships to students that are.
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    Karj¤¤r / Student Internships Alna t¶¶andjana T¶¶jµuv¤rbamisega seotud ettevµtmised Student Internships The first step on the road to getting to know us is the student internship It is with pleasure that we offer internships to students that are creative, smart, highly motivated and have interest in IT. Students are provided with various opportunities according their knowledge and motivation. Our internship program is flexible and designed to match the skills and characteristics of students.
    It is possible to choose from three types of internship ¢â‚¬â€œ ¢â‚¬Ëœclerk¢â‚¬â„¢, ¢â‚¬Ëœassistant¢â‚¬â„¢ and ¢â‚¬Ëœvirtual¢â‚¬â„¢. Clerks are viewed as future specialists
    If you are creative, seek personal development and have an interest in IT and business processes, then this is the course for you! During their internship, clerks work in a specific department and are assigned defined tasks to be carried out under the supervision and support of an Alna specialist. Assistants are students on internships that work one-on-one with an Alna specialist and function very much as that specialist¢â‚¬â„¢s right hand person. If you are a responsible, hard-working and active student, who can show initiative, then the position of assistant awaits you! Tasks are set, supervised and supported by that specialist, operating in the role of a manager. This approach enables the student to learn from the inside all the practical knowledge and encourages the successful implementation and development of skills.

    14. Australian Water Association | Student Internships
    I m sorry but this page is currently unavailable. Please try again later. About AWA Contact Us Membership Networks Education

    15. Volunteer Student Internships
    Volunteer Student Internships. Volunteer student internships are available at the County of Marin. The listing of internships can be viewed by clicking the
    Volunteer Student Internships
    Volunteer student internships are available at the County of Marin. The listing of internships can be viewed by clicking the Human Resources Home Page link found at the top of the Job Postings web page. On the Human Resources home page, there will be a link, Student Internships , on the sub-navigation links at the top of the page. When you click the link, you will be presented with the list of current volunteer internship openings for the County of Marin, as well as information about applying for an internship.

    16. Center For Prairie Studies - Student Internships - Completed Internships
    Center for Prairie Studies Student 2006 Internships. Alicia Sellon, ’07, Youth Conservation Corp During the spring 2006 semester Alicia was responsible for
    Student Internships
    Completed Internships
    Center for Prairie Studies
    Student 2006 Internships
    Alicia Sellon, , Youth Conservation Corp During the spring 2006 semester Alicia was responsible for coordinating with city and park officials and local organizations to develop a schedule and plan for specific projects at Arbor Lake Park. She also worked to publicize the YCC program, helped recruit high school students, and assisted with the hiring process. During the summer internship, she coordinated all YCC crew work. Elizabeth Tegeler Compass Plant CSA and Grinnell Area Local Food Alliance , Grinnell, Iowa (Brenda Dunham and Jon Andelson, co-supervisors). Lizzie assisted with all regular activities of CSA (garden care, harvesting, share distribution, promotion) and other activities of the local food movement including the Campus Garden and the Saturday farmers market. Center for Prairie Studies
    Student Summer 2005 Internships
    Allison Berger Calvin Dane Lorin Ditzler Center for Prairie Studies
    Student Summer 2004 Internships Eli Zigas
    worked for the non-profit organization Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA) in South Deerfield, Massachusetts. Eli worked to promote local food purchasing among a variety of local buyers. He also assisted in efforts to establish Town Agricultural Commissions across Western Massachusetts.

    17. Student Internships
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    18. Student Internships From Interconnection Business
    STUDENT INTERNSHIPS Would your business benefit from an injection of new skills and experience, without the additional expense of hiring a new employee?

    19. Human Resources Association Of New York
    The Human Resources Association of New York, Inc. is the premier professional association for human resource professionals in the greater New York City

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    Companies and organizations make certain internships available to HR/NY student members via the HR/NY website. Internships are available throughout the year and during the summer months, but are only available to HR/NY student members. Click here to view the listings.
    Additionally SHRM students are encouraged to visit SHRM for exclusive internship opportunities.
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    Davis Museum And Cultural Center Wellesley College. Welcome, Information, Exhibitions Collections Calendar Education and Community Friends of Art
    Fellowships and Internships in the Arts The Davis Museum and Cultural Center with the Center for Work and Service offer Wellesley College students a range of opportunities in the arts on campus, throughout America, and in Asia and Europe.
    Opportunities abound to develop skills in numerous areas of interest. Experience an array of business environments and cultural institutions while working with some of the foremost leaders in the varied world of the arts.
    Work at the Davis and you can participate in many aspects of the museum profession including research collections care, public relations, fundraising, assisting curators, technology-based initiatives, and educational programming.
    Work at other museums and arts institutions and gain exposure to other parts of the art world in cities that offer incredible opportunities for exploration and fun while you are building your resume, learning about art, and meeting leaders in the arts world.
    The following internships are offered to current and graduating Wellesley College students.

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