Great question! Yes, the college career center can provide guidance and leads but it is also extremely helpful to use your own network: make sure your family members and their friends know you are looking. It is easier to get an internship if someone employed at the company recommends you and can forward your resume to the appropriate hiring authority. I would also recommend setting up an alert on Indeed. This will result in daily emails to you with relevant internships in your geographic area. Now is the time to start applying. If you are home for a spring break soon, that is an ideal time to interview for a summer internship so let the potential employer know when you are available. There is urgency to this! Good luck!