As you can see, this is a work in progress. We're still writing the text. We have a pretty good preliminary set of links for finding internship opportunities that we wanted to make available, so we have.
What is coop education--jobs with academic credit
How to find them
How to apply
How faculty can help
For information about the SFSU coop program, which has many internship opportunities for students, see http://www.sfsu.edu/~cooped
Links to Opportunities
A few hours spent at these sites will be repaid many times over. Learn about the many wonderful opportunities available to you. If the deadline has passed for this year, keep the opportunity in mind for next year. Most of these programs operate for many years.
Association of America
Berkeley National Laboratory
http://www.wise-intern.org/ Washington (DC) Internships in Science and Engineering
Opportunities at Oak Ridge National Laboratories (pdf file)
Links to other pages of links:
You can start by going to www.google.com and searching "graduate student interships". That's where the list below came from.
http://www.go.com then search on "internships"
http://www.dbm.com/jobguide/intern.html#intern This is a list of lists
http://www.internshipprograms.com/home.asp This one wants you to sign on.
http://www.gradschool.cornell.edu/grad/students/careers.html#links Another list of lists, very long
http://126.96.36.199/user/serv_res/research/intern.htm This is a very long list of government and private opportunities. Not every entry is an internship, but there are a lot of internships here.
http://www.careerjournal.com/ This site is sponsored by the Wall Street Journal. Search on "internship".
http://www.ams.org/careers-edu/undergrad.html A web page from the American Mathematical Society with information about internships, careers, etc.
http://nextwave.sciencemag.org/miscinet/ This is the AAAS Minority Scientists Networks, which is full of valuable information and links for any young scientists. It is best accessed from an SFSU computer, since some resources are only available to dues-paying members of AAAS, and SFSU is an institutional member.
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