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Where do I start looking for internships and post-grad positions?

Start with the first two on the list below, and explore more resources based on your interests.
Use resources that you find interesting and helpful to you.
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  • Starting point resources for Virginia Tech students:
    • Handshake
      Employers actively posting internships and post-grad jobs for VT students. Some employers use Handshake to schedule interviews.
    • Career-field specific sites
      Not every employer posts their jobs with college campuses. Resources for 22 career field categories from ag/biotech to sports/fitness/nutrition.
    • CareerShift
      Comprehensive search tool for every career field.
  • More job search resources with internships and/or entry-level jobs, and/or are focused on college students and new graduates:
    • AfterCollege.com > Virginia Tech section
      Purports to show entry-level jobs and internships based on your university, major, and grad month+year. You can "join networks" based on academics and student organizations, and then view jobs for those networks.
    • Buzzfile.com: company information database. Includes:
      Employers by Major - select from over 150 majors - gives results by state.
      Employers by State - select from over 150 majors - gives results by major.
      Detailed profile of each organization, including website, number of employees, contact information, and more.
    • CareerRookie.com
      Division of CareerBuilder. Purpose is to show internships, part-time jobs and entry-level careers.
    • CollegeGrad.com
      Search for internships or entry-level jobs for college students and recent graduates.
    • CollegeRecruiter.com
      Stated purpose is to show part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs.
    • Diversity Employers.com
      Purpose: Jobs with employers committed to diversity.
    • Indeed.com
      Well-known, highly used site; can search for internship as job type, and entry-level as experience level.
    • Monster.com
    • The Muse.com
      Has "internship" and "entry-level" search. Very good advice articles; profiles on companies.
    • ZipRecruiter.com > College jobs
      Can search: internship, entry-level, summer, work from home; and by location.
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