Finding an Internship

We offer a number of great resources to help you find an internship in any field or discipline.

Employers post internships for a variety of majors on Handshake. Your Handshake account also connects you to Internships.com, which is useful if you are searching for internships beyond the Baltimore metropolitan area. The Career Center also provides an extensive list of career resources by major that helps students identify internships and jobs according to their field of interest. Visit the Career Center's media library to find online workshop presentations, handouts and forms, online career resources, publications, videos, mobile apps and more.

I had an internship at Susan G. Komen and was hired part-time right afterword based on my social media, marketing, and advertising skills. I’m hoping to work full-time after graduation. ”

Gabriella Poisinelli, Mass Communication Major

Additional internship resources:

If you find an internship on your own and want to know if you can earn credit for the experience ask your employer to submit the internship description via Handshake. You then can print a copy of the position description and submit it to the academic department internship coordinator for review/approval.

International Internships

An international internship provides a wonderful way to gain real world experience in a global setting. Whether your internship is full-time or combined with regular classes, the TU Study Abroad Office can help find a program that is right for you. You can search for opportunities by using the key word “internships.” For more information about international internship opportunities, visit the TU Study Abroad Office Web site or get started today by attending an information session. Log in to Handshake to access Going Global; it provides additional resources to explore international internships on your own.