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Students: Searching for Internships

  • Handshake

    • By signing into their MyISU, students can schedule an appointment to receive aid from a Career Coach with internships. 
  • Work and Learn Indiana
    • A free and easy way to find internships in a variety of regions, fields and industries throughout Indiana; they also offer Micro-internships. Micro-internships are short-term, project-based experiences that allow employers to hire students specifically for the purpose of completing a singular project. They typically last from 10 to 80 hours of work with most projects being due within a week to a month after assignment.
  • Internships.com
    • A website that helps you find internships along with giving you tips for resumes, cover letter, and nailing your interview.
  • LinkedIn
    • Use this source to find a job, or find a course or training to find the right job or internship for them. Get up-to-date contact information, including email addresses, for millions of companies.
  • Parker Dewey 
    • If you are launching your career, Parker Dewey provides a tremendous opportunity. Not only can you explore different career paths and work on interesting assignments, you can also demonstrate your abilities to potential employers while building your professional portfolio and network. Beyond that, your academic experience will improve as you apply what is taught in the classroom to the real world (and vice versa). Oh, did we forget to mention that you get paid for all of this?
  • Disney College Program
    • An internship open to all majors with opportunities both in California and Florida. Through the internships, students can network with Disney leaders, earn college credit, live in a multicultural environment with 24-hour secured student housing, and enjoy unlimited admission to all Disney parks.
  • Internship Scholarship Programs
    • A series of programs with specific criteria meant to support targeted experiences that will develop students' understanding of themselves and a meaningful career path.
  • How to Request an Experience
    • Accessible through Handshake, this is a guide for students wishing to apply for experiences with or without credit. This was previously known as the "Internship Placement Agreement".

 

Faculty: Supporting Our Students

All students registered for a for-credit internship must have a completed Student Placement Agreement filed with the Career Center no later than that fifth day of the semester. Students who do not have a completed Student Placement Agreement may be administratively dropped from the internship course.

 

Employers: Hosting an Intern

An internship is the perfect place to hone workplace skills. Through internships, our students can meet the demands to learn new proficiencies. With your help, current students can get that critical experience firsthand.

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Contact

Hours of Operations
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Walk-In Hours:
Mon - Fri: 10am - 12pm & 1 - 3pm

Indiana State University Career Center
231 North 6th Walkway
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Phone:(812) 237-5000 
Fax:(812) 237-4392
Email: isu-career-center@indstate.edu

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