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Capital uses Handshake to connect students and alumni to internships and jobs.
In addition to step-by-step help in our booklet "How and Why to get an Internship", below are lists of internships held by students like you! Using the lists of internshipsCheck the employer websites to look for internships. Let us know if you need help finding the internship page, since they can sometimes be hard to locate (for example, sometimes you need to scroll to the very bottom of their homepage to find the “careers” link).
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Senior Job Search HandbookNetworking: How to Get Your Foot in the DoorYour Guide to LinkedInHow to InterviewBehavioral Interview QuestionsDining EtiquetteWhat should I wear to the interview? (from Career Services at Virginia Tech)What is business casual? (also from Career Services at Virginia Tech)
US.jobsBridge: Worldwide Music Connection (contact Career Development for username and password)Federal, state and local government positionsUndergraduate Summer Research Opportunities (PDF) Ohio Means Jobs website: A guide to help students with their career search
indeed.comidealist.com – non-profit jobs and internshipsInternship listings from ZipRecruiterSummer camp jobsCareers in college athleticsSports and live event jobsDiversity Employers Ohio Means Jobs website: A guide to help students with their career searchJobs in Each State