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SEARCH TOOLS

(research, resumes, cover letters, interviews, networking, applications, etc.)

JOB & INTERNSHIP POSTINGS

SMU Career Link - Saint Mary's University's job & internship database

Ed Post - Database for K-12 teaching & administrative positions hosted by St. Cloud State University

Jobs@SMU - Saint Mary's University of Minnesota job openings

State of Minnesota Employment Opportunities

Field-Specific Sites - Job opportunities organized by field

Career Athletes - A community for athletes to create professional connections

Recruit Disablity - The first step for any job seeker with a disability 

Mega Sites - Search for jobs & internships nationwide

Location-Specific Sites - Job opportunities organized by location

College Sites - Visit other college sites to see their job & internship opportunities

Local Companies - Job opportunities in Winona and the surrounding area

Summer Camp Jobs - Nationwide summer camp opportunities

Newspaper Sites - Hunt for jobs via a variety of newspapers

HECUA - Information on Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs internships

The Washington Center - Saint Mary's has partnered with the Washington Center to provide internship opportunities in Washington, D.C.

 

Finding an internship on your own
Students may locate internships on their own by contacting relatives, neighbors or friends who may know of or be employed by organizations interested in sponsoring student interns. Students are not permitted to develop internships in organizations where they would be working under the direct supervision of or in close proximity to a member of their immediate family. Other resources which students use in developing their own internships include the yellow pages of phone books, chambers of commerce directories and newspapers.