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Internship and Job Search


Internships are absolutely essential in getting you on track to your dream job. However, internships, like jobs, can be highly competitive. Therefore, it is never too early to start thinking about what type of internship is best suited for you and the steps you need to take to obtain that internship.

Watch for bi-weekly emails from Career Services with Internship opportunities!

Helpful Links

National Internship Directory Kennedy Center Arts Management Internships
InternWeb.Com Internships in Biology
Internships.Com Pre-Med/PreProfessional Internships
United Nations Headquarters New York Internship Programme Smithsonian Internship Program
Student Conservation Association National Endowment for the Humanities Internships
The White House Internship Program AIESEC International Internships

Full-time Employment

Finding a full-time job can be labor intensive. Make time for this and use every resource available.

  • Your professional network – start connecting to people in your areas of interest (professors, supervisors, alumni) and ask for an informational interview or inquire about openings.
  • Lees-McRae Alumni – use LinkedIn to find Lees-McRae alumni and contact them to do an informational interview. Attend alumni networking events on campus.
  • Job Search Websites – search a variety of websites using our list of job search resources. Search location and career specific. Research organizations of interest and search their websites – many jobs won’t make it to the larger job aggregate sites.

Watch for bi-weekly emails from Career Services with employment opportunities!

Job Search Websites

LinkedIn Student Jobs

Non-profit Jobs

SETC Theatre Job Board

North Carolina Public Schools