Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has a limited number of internship opportunities which vary by season and location. Interested students can be majoring in Biology, Zoology, or Communication, but preference will be given to students majoring in Wildlife Conservation and those with previous related work experience. Applicants must be able to lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds for a distance of 100 yards, hold a valid driver license and operate a motor vehicle, 2/4 wheel drive, standard or automatic transmission, with a trailer attached. May be required to walk/run over rough terrain and swim. Click here to apply and include a college transcript with the application.
The Enid Outlaws, a professional basketball team in Enid, OK, is taking applications for interns in the following degree fields: Physical Education, Athletic Training, Mass Communications, or Business. Please submit your resume to Kathleen Swain in Academic Affairs if interested.
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is taking applications for (3) summer interns. Applicants should possess strong verbal and written communication skills, interest in economic development, a solid understanding of social media, and a proficiency in Microsoft Office. Preference given to Business, Public Relations, Marketing, or Political Science majors. Click here to submit a cover letter, resume, college transcript, and required 500 word maximum essay (What are your expectations for the internship? Why do you think you should be chosen and what skill do you have for it?) by March 4.
The House FM
The House FM has Marketing, Broadcast, and Freelance Graphic Design internships available. Please contact Dean Pearcy or go to the website for more details.
Northern Oklahoma Therapy & Rehabilitation
Northern Therapy in Blackwell, OK is taking applications for student interns. Students applying should be interested in pursuing a degree in either Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Athletic Training. For more information about Northern Therapy, visit their website or contact Amy at 580-363-1111.
City of Enid
The City of Enid, OK is taking applications for internships in several areas including: Communications, Environmental Services, and Public Utilities. The internships available target students interested in the following degree fields: Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Web Development, Journalism, Computer Science, Graphic Arts, Chemistry, Biology, Engineering, Public Administration, Geography, Math/Statistics, Environmental Science, and Emergency Management. Applications due by April 4 at www.enid.org.
Seaboard Foods employs more than 5,200 people in Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa, Missouri and Texas sharing a commitment to feed people with safe, nutritious pork products. Seaboard Foods is committed to providing employees with the opportunity to make a good living, offer training and advancement programs and helping them feel connected to why they do what they do each day, which leads to a passionate and productive workforce. For summer work opportunities or internships, you can find more information here.
Congressman Frank Lucas
Unpaid semester internships available in Washington, D.C or the district office in Yukon, OK. Please click here for additional information.
Senator James Lankford
Summer internships available in Washington, D.C or Oklahoma offices in Tulsa or Oklahoma City. Please click here for additional information.
Senator James Inhofe
Unpaid semester internships available in Washington, D.C or the district offices in Oklahoma City or Tulsa. Please click here for additional information.
Oklahoma House of Representatives
The Oklahoma House of Representatives Internship Program provides an opportunity to be an active participant in the legislative process of our state. House interns will work closely either with professional, non partisan staff or state representatives and will be part of a governing body that produces laws and shapes public policy for the State of Oklahoma. Internships are available each spring semester and applications are due by the last Friday of December. More information is available on their website.
International Exotic Animal Sanctuary
The IEAS in Boyd, TX is home to many species of exotic animals such as tigers, bears, wolves, cougars, bobcats, and more! Candidates should have at least two years of undergraduate program studies in zoology, animal management, biology, or a related field. Interns must perform regular, strenuous duties in over 100 degree weather and must be able to lift 50 lbs. Housing, vehicles, and stipends are provided. More information can be found on the website.
Applications are accepted year round! Deadlines:
Dec 1st for Spring Session (March 1st – May 31st)
Mar 1st for Summer Session (June 1st – Aug 31st)
Jun 1st for Fall Session (Sept 1st – Nov 30th)
Sept 1st for Winter Session (Dec 1st – Feb 28th)
Paid internships in all areas of agriculture–specifically dairy operations, beef feedlots, agronomy systems, and construction crews. The company is predominately owned by Riverview employees who strive to provide a respectful, ethical work environment, ensure animal health and comfort, enhance the productivity of the land, and add value to the communities around Morris, MN. Go to https://www.riverviewllp.com/internships.html for more information or contact Joan Spaeth at email@example.com or call 320.392.6741.
American Chemical Society
The Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and the American Chemical Society created the SCI Scholars Summer Internship Program to introduce chemistry and chemical engineering students to careers in the chemical industry.
Exceptional sophomores and juniors majoring in chemistry and chemical engineering can apply for a prestigious SCI Scholars summer internship. Students are selected based on the strength of their application, statement of interest in an industrial internship, and letters of recommendation. More information can be found at this link.
The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in Washington, D.C.
Applications are now being accepted for Spring and Summer 2019 Academic Internship Programs hosted by The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in Washington, DC. All of the programs include guaranteed internships placements, academic credit from George Mason University, furnished housing in downtown Washington, as well as many opportunities for networking and professional development.
This opportunity is perfect for students who are interested in becoming nonprofit leaders and who are passionate about making a positive and lasting impact on their communities. Students who participate in Campus Compact will be given priority consideration during the admissions process. A link to the website can be found here.
WISE (Washington Intern Study Experience)
The WISE program extends the opportunity by providing internships and academic credit to a semester in D.C. so that schools can easily give their students a life changing experience in Washington D.C. A link to the website can be found here.
Leadership Scholars Program – Full Scholarships Available
Through this new scholarship program, TFAS will provide at least 40 full scholarships for top students to participate in our summer program. More information may be found at www.DCinternships.org/LSP.
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Please consider nominating your top students for special scholarship consideration. We award close to a million dollars annually and preference is given to nominated students. You may nominate by visiting www.DCinternships.org/Nominate.
Please share the announcement below with students interested in spending the spring or summer in Washington, DC. More information on our programs may be found at www.DCinternships.org. Please contact me with any questions. I may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.986.0384. Thank you so much for your assistance.
Program Manager, U.S. Programs
The Fund for American Studies
Let America Vote
Jason Kander’s grassroots organization is dedicated to protecting voting rights is accepting applications for fall internship and fellowship programs. They are looking for bright, energetic individuals who want to learn the nuts and bolts of how top-notch grassroots organizing works.
Washington Intern Student Housing
Position Title: Multiple
If you are looking for work in DC, we can get you a placement. This is an optional program, and not a requirement to stay in WISH housing. Our years of working with organizations have built lasting connections with government agencies, Congressional offices, advocacy groups and businesses. We have placed many Interns in a Congressional Internship.
Find an internship here in DC. that gives you experience and an edge in the competitive employment market, while earning credits from your college or university.
Get started building your career today! Go to the WISH webpage for more information.