Get an Internship
How can I find an internship?
You can begin your internship search by setting up an appointment with a Career Counselor to discuss your
internship options and explore different career paths. Career Services also hosts Employer Information Sessions
on campus where you can learn more about organizations and develop contacts.
If you already have an idea of what you would like to do in your internship you can:
How do I get credit for my internship?
- Look on the Career Buffs website for the latest employer listings. This database is also a source for on-campus interviewing information
- Come to the Fall, Spring, and Just in Time Career and Internship Fairs
- Check out our Corporate Sponsors to research employers interested in CU-Boulder students.
- Talk to your Department Internship Coordinator
- Talk to your professors about opportunities they may know about
- If you are interested in pursuing an internship with a government or non-profit agency consider applying for the CU Public Interest Internship Experience Program. CU-PIIE promotes students who are interested in affecting the public interest by providing fellowship grants to selected undergraduate students.
- Look at national websites like Monster.com or Jobsearch.com
- Look at links specifically for internships (Links to non-university sites do not represent endorsement by the University of Colorado at Boulder or its affiliates.)
It depends on your academic department although other opportunities to receive credit are available.
Click here to find out more about getting credit for your internship.
How can I get paid for my unpaid internship?
You got an internship. GREAT NEWS! But, it's unpaid. BAD NEWS! How are you going to support yourself financially?
Check out our Funding for Unpaid Internships Page.