How to Find an Internship

Finding an Internship

Students who participate in the Internship Program are in a stronger position for obtaining a job in their field after they graduate because they have the kind of prior, related experience sought by employers.

Follow these suggested steps to find an internship opportunity:

1. Prepare or Perfect Your Resume

Your resume is your introduction to a potential employer. It must be professional and free of errors.

2. Explore the Job Market

  • CAREERlink
  • Career Fairs/Events
  • On-campus Interviews

3. Network

4. Apply

5. Register Your Internship Credits with the Career Center

Appointments are encouraged to register for credits and to complete the necessary forms.  Call 701-231-7111 to schedule an appointment. Students will come to the Career Center at 306 Ceres Hall and should plan to spend 20-30 minutes completing the registration packet.