Internship Search Resources

It’s never too early to start planning for your internship. If you don’t know where to start, check out our Steps to Get an Internship [PDF] resource.

Whether you need to complete an internship as part of your major, or you want to do one to explore career options, students should consider which types of internships or industries they are interested in. It is worth noting that many competitive internship programs’ application cycles begin 6-9 months in advance of when the student begins their internship.

Resources for Your Internship Search

The Career Center is here to help students with their internship search. Check out our Resources & Tools page to search for available opportunities, develop your résumé and cover letter, conduct an assessment to provide direction for your search, and improve your networking and interviewing skills.

Looking for somewhere to start your search? Check out the following internship search boards:

An internship and job search management tool that can help you in all phases of your job search.
LinkedIn Use the “Jobs” tab to search for, review, and apply to positions. Jobs will appear on your homepage based on keywords from your profile. allows you to browse internships by industry or by major city in the United States.
WayUp WayUp offers internships and jobs from over 20,000 employers from startups to Fortune 500s.
Idealist Idealist connects you to all non-profit internships, jobs and organizations throughout the country.
MediaBistro MediaBistro lets you explore creative careers in graphic design, copywriting, social media, marketing, communications, and video.
HireCulture A free, searchable database of arts, humanities, and science employment opportunities in Massachusetts sponsored by Mass Cultural Council
Massachusetts Government Internships Looking for experience working in government? Find an internship with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.


Discover Entry-Level Jobs and Internships. Get AI-powered job recommendations from machine learning-driven engine.
Indeed Indeed is a general job and internship board with company review and salary information.
SimplyHired SimplyHired acts as the Google of Job Boards.
ZipRecruiter ZipRecruiter is a job search engine for entry-level and internship postings. It additionally provides salary information and job market insight and resources.
USA Jobs USA Jobs includes job listings in all sectors and geographic areas for the U.S. Federal Government.
College Recruiter College Recruiter believes that every student and recent graduate deserves a great part-time, seasonal, internship, or entry-level job. Search by major as well.
Glassdoor Glassdoor provides a number of helpful resources in job hunting, including a job board with company reviews, salary information and calculator, and interview feedback.
GoinGlobal GoinGlobal provides international students with U.S. city guides, job postings, cultural advice, and an H-1B Visa Directory. It also provides international city guides and information for students who plan to study or work abroad. For off-campus access: sign in to Handshake select the Career Center tab, and find it under Resources.

International Student Internships

If you are an international student, you are strongly encouraged to have a conversation with the International Student Services Office to make sure you fully understand the parameters of your visa status and completing an internship. Learn more about Employment Authorizations (OPT vs. CPT).