🔎 Looking for an internship?

The Office of Career Services can help you search for opportunities and notify you when internships become available through our Internships app. Here's how it works:

  1. Upload your resume (Need help with resume prep? Work with Career Services!)
  2. We review your resume, then reach out to you to help with your internship search and application(s).
  3. Of course, you can browse/apply for any listed internships on your own, but Career Services staff can help you network with potential employers, and often know of unlisted opportunities too.

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  • Students must be enrolled with Indiana University East
  • For credit internships are only available for degree-seeking students
  • Junior or Senior grade level (Freshmen and Sophomores exceptions when appropriate)
  • GPA maintained at recommended 2.5 or above (some employers/placements require higher)
  • Critique of résumé by the Office of Career Services staff
  • Permission/approval from an academic faculty supervisor (in order to register and receive academic credit)

International students seeking curricular practical training (CPT), like an internship or job shadowing, must follow the rules that apply to your employment so you do not jeopardize your immigration status.​

Curricular Practical Training (CPT) is work integral to your program that you do for an off-campus employer in your field of study while you are enrolled as a student. CPT may also be used when you want to work on campus more than 20 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters.

Review the rules and information regarding the CPT process on IU's Office of International Services (OIS) website.

Additional opportunities

Some specialized programs, like Psychology and Social Work, can connect you to even more internship opportunities. Talk to your advisor to learn more.

We recommend that you register your internship with our office, and take advantage of Career Services resources when applying!

Don't see what you want in our Internship & Job Board? Research places you think you want to work and apply for internships they offer. You can also browse other Internship websites for opportunities:

Real experiences

Tiani Christian smiling and holding a baseball in the Richmond Jazz baseball team ticket booth.

Finding her strike zone

Tiani Christian, a communications major, interned with the Richmond Jazz serving as the Director of Sales & Social Media!

Read about Tiani's experience
Sybil Roseboro.

Finding her calling

A summer internship at Centerstone has reaffirmed Sybil Roseboro’s decision to work directly with people to help them with challenges they’re facing.

Read about Sybil's experience
Alex Sefton smiling while standing in front of the Decatur County Community Foundation.

Online education, in-person internship

He says he already has forged strong connections with fellow workers at the foundation. “One of things I love is how flexible things are. It’s like a little family,” Sefton explains.

Read about Alex's experience
Caysey Farmer examining some documents while walking up stairs in the Rush County courthouse.

Finding the right case

During her internship with Judge Hill, while was on the bench presiding over a case, Caysey was in the courtroom. Later, the two would discuss a suspect’s record or how Hill perceived the legal issues and reached the decisions that he made.

Read about Caysey's experience