Your summer internship may have been cancelled due to the pandemic, but there is still time to find another. Some companies are offering the opportunity to you complete your internship remotely. These positions tend to be in technology and at non-profits. Depending on where you live, some employers may be offering in-person internships again as states open back up.
If you are searching for an internship, there are many websites you can use to aid you in your search.
- Try a micro-internship. Micro-internships are short-term project-based assignments. Parker Dewey a website that connects college students and recent grads with short-term (and paid) micro-internships. is a good place to search for postings.
- Search on Indeed to see which companies are still hiring. Then look at their websites to see if they are seeking interns.
- Look on internship search websites like Is My Internship Cancelled? Candor, Handshake, Internships.com,Internmatch.com, YouTern, Chegg, and WayUp
- Search on job search sites for Internships: Idealist, LinkedIn (To search for internships, go to the jobs tab at the top of the page and put “internship” in the search box),Glassdoor, Simply Hired, Zip Recruiter