Internship and Job Offers
Employing international interns and trainees has become the norm in most US companies, institutes, and public institutions. An indispensable prerequisite is a very good command of the English language.
Sending unsolicited applications is often a good choice when searching for internships. The websites of companies or organizations, as well job portals, can also serve as starting points. Make use of your personal contacts—talk to friends, fellow students, teachers at your department, and attend events where you can network with people who might be able to help you.
A good source for further information and for finding employers are reports by former interns. Through the Career Service’s internship report database, we can provide you with specific reports. Please send an email requesting information at firstname.lastname@example.org.