Finding An Internship
Finding an internship is just as challenging as finding a full-time job. You need to go through the same steps: deciding what field you would like to pursue, researching it and identifying likely companies. The process may take several months, but don't give up. The Career Development Center is here to help you with each step of the process.
For your first step, consider setting up an appointment with a career advisor to discuss strategies for finding your internship. If you are interested in an academic credit-bearing internship or learning more about getting credit for an internship, set up an appointment with the Academic Internship Advisor in the Center for Experiential Learning.
- Search for internships using RamberLink. This should be your main online internship search tool, as this is where employers are guided to post their internships for Loyola students.
- Search Internships.com. This is an online tool licensed by the Center for Experiential Learning.
- Visit company websites. Many companies post their internships only on their websites.
- Read the books and other print resources available in the Career Development Center's resource library.
- Develop a list of companies in which you are interested; research industries to find companies that match your goals.
- Network to develop contacts at desired companies, internship leads, mentors and referrals.
Looking for an internship in a different state?
Jesuit Consortium - Loyola students/alumni may request access to job search services from other Jesuit universities.