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5. Careers and Employment: Locate internships


An internship, paid or unpaid, can lead to full time employment. At the very least, it enhances your resume and provides some practical experience in your desired career field. Some online resources for locating internships are (click image to view):


Create an account, then search for internships or jobs by location, job function, industry or keyword.

This is a free resource that allows you to search by location or type of program.

Useful links from Ohio State University's Career Connection. The best way to find out about local internships (those that are available near your home) is through your college's career and placement office. Not sure which office is for you? Check out Buckeye Careers Network and search by your major department under the heading Career Office Search.
It might help to read Interning: Preparing for a Smooth Transition at wetfeet.com. You'll also see other internship resources on that site.


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