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What companies offer internships for college students

best internships for college students?

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Alexis’s Answer

If you’re already enrolled in college check with your advisor/school website for local opportunities. My university had a job site called Handshake to search for opportunities.

If you don’t already have a LinkedIn profile, I’d start there. It makes searches easy based on your experience and interests. Otherwise I’d go to company websites you might be interested in working at and go to their career page to see if they offer internships.

Businesses big and small offer internships, depends on what your degree is for how many opportunities there are. Many state agencies have internships as well, I’d check them out too.
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T.J.’s Answer

Hello Adreanna!

Different employers will offer work near you. The best internships are heavily determined by the career field.
Also, I feel that 'best' is subjective. What best means to you may not feel best to another student.

Generally, find a company that can give you experience in the job you want, and find a company that matches your values & respects your well-being. You can find local companies on Indeed, LinkedIn, or at career fairs.

When you search for internships, you can use these tips:
- Quiz: Determining Career Values | https://this.deakin.edu.au/career/quiz-what-are-your-career-values
- Questions to ask during an interview | https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/interviewing/questions-to-ask-in-an-interview

Sending you the best as you search for internships :)
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Charlie’s Answer

There are numerous companies that offer internships for college students, but the availability of internships may vary depending on your location, industry, and time of year. Start by visiting your college's career services office. They typically have resources, job boards, and connections with employers specifically looking to hire interns. They can also provide guidance on resume building, interview preparation, and networking.

Utilize online job portals and internship search platforms, such as Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and InternMatch, to search for available internship opportunities based on your location, industry, or specific keywords. Many larger organizations also advertise internship opportunities directly on their websites.

Tap into your personal and professional networks by reaching out to family, friends, professors, alumni, and professionals in your desired field. Attend career fairs, industry events, and join relevant student organizations to expand your network and increase your chances of finding internships through referrals.
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