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  • American Institute for Physics a link to internship opportunities for physics majors
  • ArtSEARCH provides internship listings with a variety of organizations in both the visual and performing arts. (Luther Students-Contact the Career Center for login and password)
  • Back Door Jobs guide to short-term job adventures
  • CDS International Internships non-profit organization that promotes international understanding through cross-cultural, on-the-job, practical training exchanges for students and professionals 
  • Environmental Career Opportunities offers a wide range of internship opportunities all within the environmental field (including education, conservation, advocacy, and policy). (Luther Students-Contact the Career Center for login and password)
  • Environmental Research check out Earthwatch. This institute engages people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. Internships and job availability can be found at their web site.
  • Idealist directory of non-profit and volunteering resources on the web
  • Institute for Experiential Learning work in the nation's capital, investigate a career, meet today's leaders, and participate in an experience that will enrich your life, while earning college credit
  • International Internships Directory is an excellent reference guide for students seeking international internship opportunities offered by two- and four-year colleges and universities, governmental agencies, non-profit groups, private organizations, and corporations.
  • International Internship Links compiled by the University of Denver.
  • offers up-to-date listings of internships in various geographic regions, part-time or full-time, with public and private organizations, and seasonal or year-round opportunities that are paid and unpaid.
  • Internships USA one of the largest internship sites with information from over 3,000 organizations with internships for college students in international affairs, women's rights, media, sports, politics, human rights, history, social service organizations, advertising, state parks and more. (Luther Students contact the Career Center for login and password information)
  • Internship Programs search by company, region, and field.
  • Library of Congress Provides a wide range of interesting internship opportunities including experiences for students interested in public policy research.
  • Magazine Publishers of America (MPA) list of magazine internship programs
  • Publication careers - site for helping you search for full-time and internship positions in the publishing industry
  • Resort Intern Connections bringing together the best and brightest students from across the country and joining them with the best forward thinking, dynamic organizations in the resort, travel, and tourism fields in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
  • Smithsonian Institution Internships opportunities for internships
  • TV Jobs Broadcast Employment Services internship information
  • U.S. State Department Internships get experience in foreign affairs working in Washington, DC, or an embassy overseas
  • University of Minnesota-Morris has a great internship database that is open to the public
  • Washington Center provides internship programs and academic seminars

Brooke Stauffer

Brooke Stauffer (right)

When: Summer 2016
Where: Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids, IA
Major: Accounting and Management

Brooke interned at Rockwell Collins, a company that designs, produces, and supports innovative solutions for customers in aerospace and defense. Her main project was to make a dynamic calendar for the Annual Operating Plan using Excel Macros and writing basic code to create the calendar that recognizes dates and deadlines. The project allowed her to gain insight into the entire operating plan at Rockwell Collins, and how each department depends on others to run smoothly. She was also able to job shadowmany different positions. She realized that an accounting major would enable her to have many career options, even within the same company. Brooke learned how important communication is in the workplace, and if you aren’t sure about something, it is perfectly fine to ask questions!