Here you will find a list of campus resources and searchable databases to help you locate an internship. Feel free to browse any of the databases or sites below, and remember, most internships are never posted. You should visit websites or directly contact a company or organization of interest to inquire about opportunities.
The Center for Public Service maintains a database for local, pre-approved public service. If you are interested in interning in New Orleans and receiving academic credit for your internship, you should start your internship search here.
The Liberal Arts Career Services Center maintains a database of internships geared towards liberal arts majors.
Hankshake is a database that allows you to search for internships and jobs posted by companies and organizations that want to recruit Tulane students. Be sure to check “internship” to refine your search.
Tulane Connect is a social networking platform where you can connect with Tulane Alums to learn more about industries, and expand your professional network.
General Internship Databases
University Career Action Network (UCAN) is on of the most comprehensive internship databases created for a select group of universities, including Tulane University.
Indeed searches organizations’ websites for internship listings. Narrow your search by including interests or skills, be sure to include “internship” as a key word.
The Vault allows users to easily search by region and industry, or browse their extensive listings and categories.
Glassdoor is database that allows you to search internships and see feedback and reviews from people who have worked there.
Idealist is an excellent resource for internship opportunities in the nonprofit sector.
Association of Fundraising Professionals offers a database of jobs and internships in the nonprofit sector focused on development and funding.
Chronicle of Philanthropy is a searchable database to find opportunities in the nonprofit sector. Be sure to include “internship” to help refine your search.
CampusGov has a database and resources that connect students with entry-level opportunities at the federal, state, and local level.
USAjobs.gov is the official job and internship list for the US government. Click “Students and Recent Grads” then “Find Internships” or refine your search by using key words such as “internship”.
Local Government Sites This site provides you with links to all of the individual state websites. Once on your selected state’s website you can search for internships.
Internships.com is a comprehensive database with easily customizable searches the let you find the right internship through thousands of options.
US Department of State offers unpaid internship opportunities in both Washington, DC and abroad to students who are interested in Foreign Service and Civil Service. NOTE: The application deadline for summer internships is in mid-October, so apply early!
United Nations offers unpaid internships to seniors and recent graduates
Going Global has massive research tool that contains more than 10,000 resources for finding internships and jobs in the US and abroad.
Transition Abroad One stop shop for international internships, travel, work, and volunteer opportunities.