Additional Websites listing internships may be found in the Industry Specific Internet site listings and can be viewed by clicking here.
The American Geographical Society (AGS)
AGS offers interns neither monetary compensation nor an expense allowance, but the Society provides students with recommendations for future employment and for graduate school.
Campus Career Center (not affiliated with Loyola)
Apply for internships, jobs, get information on companies, get job interview and resume writing tips and more. In order to use this site, you must first register. Registration is free. After registering, you can utilize links under Campus Resources for career tips, internships and much more.
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
The Scoville Fellowship provides stipends for college graduates to spend six to nine months working for a non-profit organization in Washington, DC on a range of issues involving nuclear and conventional arms control and disarmament, international security and related issues.
Live, Learn, & Intern
Academic and internship programs in Washington, DC sponsored by the Fund for American Studies. The institutes combine internships, course work, weekly lectures and briefings at top government institutions. A fee is required.
Smithsonian Opportunities for Research And Study: Internships
The Smithsonian provides a listing and description of fellowships and internships along with the application due date, stipend and contact information.
Studentjobs.gov is designed to be your one stop for Federal Government information. Learn about co-ops, internships, summer employment, volunteer opportunities and plenty of temporary and permanent part-time and full-time jobs.
U.S. Department of State Internships Index
The Department manages student employment programs for students to work in Washington D.C or in an embassy overseas.
Vagabond Guide to Summer Housing
This site was created to assist students who are pursuing summer opportunities in geographic areas where housing options are unfamiliar.
The Washington Center For Internships and Academic Seminars
The Washington Center is an independent nonprofit organization that provides for-credit internship placements and academic seminars to college students.