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How do you find internship?

I want to know how people find internship for major they are currently perusing.

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London’s Answer

Greetings Edwin: Great question. There are some remote and in-person paid internships found on this website. Hope this helps.
Source: https://www.indeed.com/q-College-Students-Paid-Summer-Internships-jobs.html?vjk=e2cd9d45cfc742d9

Good luck and have a great day,
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Maeve’s Answer, CareerVillage.org Team

"This answer was written on behalf of an intern group at Cloudera."

1. College website usually have a tab called something like "programs" which will list all of the internships that are offered to students at that school.

2. Research local companies on LinkedIn to see who has open positions.

3. Find or join groups at your school that share an interest in your major or things you are passionate about. Those groups may already offer internship opportunities, but if they don't the members of those groups may offer some valuable insight about what they are doing. People can share their experiences and what has worked for them. Make sure to reach out to them and ask questions!

4. Timing is important when searching for an internship. If you are looking for a summer internship, jobs are usually posted in January or sometime in the spring.

5. Make sure to turn in your application as early as you can to make sure you get an early response!


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Varshini’s Answer

1. Using school’s resources, attend career fairs and talk to alumni on LinkedIn to ask about they’re experience

2. Using your connections, if someone you know is working at a company you’d like to intern with, approach them, present you strength and ask if they could assist you in the process. Asking for referrals from employees already working in the organization you're interested in. You can do this by simply searching the companies over linkedin and then writing cold messages along with your resume to a bunch of employees asking for referrals.

3. Various recruiting website , websites like indeed, jumpstart and handshake are all good resources

4. LinkedIn is one of the best places to search for internships. You can go ahead onto the "jobs" tab and filter out for internships. You can even specify the role that you want - for eg. "Software engineer intern".
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Aida’s Answer

Various companies have on the external site with information on their college internship programs. I suggest checking the site of the companies you are interested in employment: Example https://careers.vmware.com/internships or linkedin internatVMware.

Also search on Linkedin.com for company name recruiter. Example VMware recruiter. Here's a name: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tjleeuw/

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Stephanie’s Answer

These answers are being submitted on behalf of a group of student interns at Cloudera:

Talk to your school counselor as they can help provide resources on this. You can also utilize Google to search for internships in the areas you are interested in. It's also helpful to look into local youth programs, like the Boys & Girls Club, that can help you find an internship.
Don't be afraid to take a hold of the opportunities presented to you.
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Nadia’s Answer

It depends on the industry - for example, corporate companies from IT often publish available internships on their job pages. Additionally, in many cases, there is a separate section for new graduates or students who do not have experience and would like to start their careers in that particular company.
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Madisyn’s Answer

Hi, Edwin.

You can seek out internships in your field through a variety of different sources. Some examples include:

1. Your college's career office.
2. Professional on-campus organizations.
3. Indeed, LinkedIn, Google, or other search engines with job postings.
4. Through referrals from people who already work in your field.
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