The following links are services on the Internet that may help you in your career search. Find resources on 1) Job Banks and 2) International Internships and Information.
1) Job/Internship Banks
An insider’s look at jobs and companies. Interview questions and salaries are sometimes posted. You must 1st establish a free account (email rather than facebook seems to work better). A good example of how to use this is to look at Goldman Sachs in UT and people have posted, anonymously, salaries and interview questions.
InternMatch is a resource to find internships and internship application resources.
Simply Hired is a vertical search engine company based in Silicon Valley, with the goal of building the largest online database of jobs on the planet. Their goal is to make finding your next job a simple yet effective, enjoyable journey.
Pulls job postings from multiple sites: jobs.utah.gov, Craigs List, KSL, Monster etc.
Utah’s Department of Workforce Services
Register to look for a job in Utah, schedule a workshop, get information on job fairs etc.
Utah 2-1-1 - Get Connected. Get Answers
Look under Volunteer Center, then Search for Projects. Search for volunteer opportunities by zip code. From the United Way.
Utah Nonprofits Association
Check out the job board and also look under the Membership Directory to get an idea of what is available.
Utah Hospitality Jobs
Jobs with hotels, resorts, and transportation companies in Utah
2) International Internships
Why do an internship abroad? It is a great experience to help you stand out from your peers and you will gain extremely important global experience. You will find out what it is like to work in a particular field in a different culture.
Planning for an international internship requires planning. Start 6-12 months in advance of when you would like to go. Consider doing an internship fall or spring semester in addition to the more traditional summer semester.
Many of the online sites listed here require a fee to help you secure an internship. You can also get an internship on your own but you will be required to do much of the leg work.
Sites that explain what you need to know about international internships:
From the University of Minnesota Learning Abroad center
Transitions Abroad Good overview of interning abroad
International Internships, Work, and Volunteering Abroad
From the Westminster Diversity & International Center
You must pay a subscription fee to get all of the services on jobs and internships but there is also some free excellent information on international work without registration.
My Visa Jobs
Good website for foreign students looking for positons in the United States.
Reviews for top Study Abroad programs in 2012
Programs - these are just some of the international resources available
Jobs, volunteer opportunities and internship in the nonprofit sector.
Alliance Abroad Group
Customized opportunities for students and graduates in and outside of the USA.
A non-profit organization that provides exchange opportunities that strengthen global networks, enhance professional skills, and advance mutual understanding in an interconnected world.
Pre-arranges and guarantees placements for individuals and groups to work, intern, volunteer, teach, take cultural classes and travel abroad.
Foundation for Sustainable Development
FSD’s goal is to reduce global poverty by providing over 300 grassroots community organizations around the world with training and key resources to address pressing socioeconomic issues. You must pay a program fee to intern abroad.
globalEdge Search for internships abroad
An international education program provider (for a fee), specializing in international internships and work experience abroad, summer internships, fashion internships abroad, teaching English as a second language, and similar programs.
According to its web site this is the answer to the high demand for foreign internships and increased mobility among students worldwide. This Dutch company acts as an online mediation agency for international internships, graduation assignments and traineeships.
International Cooperative Education (ICE)
Each summer ICE arranges for students to travel to Europe, Australia, Asia, and South America to work as paid interns in an array of employment fields including retail sales, hospitals, banking, education and engineering.
US State Department Student Programs
Student internships in an embassy overseas or in Washington, DC.
Academy of Internships Abroad
Resource for internships and professional development programs in London, Dublin, Madrid, and Barcelona. Includes a wide variety of fields within mission driven organizations (including charities, NGOs, non-profits, responsible businesses and social enterprises). Fee based.
..."a global database of internships and entry-level positions for students, recent graduates and career changers." Free membership.
Over 27,000 opportunities abroad updated daily.
...provides links and contact information for thousands of opportunities in dozens of countries. Contact the specific sites for more information about their programs.
Will help you find an internship for a fee.
From site: “offers you the chance to work overseas for a month to a year. We customize each internship to your personal and professional goals: you can work in tropical rainforests, market products in fashion design, or guide tourists through museums. Enhance your resume with us; the sky is the limit”. Fee based.
Arranges internship placements for individual students in companies or institutions which fit your personal interests, academic goals and background as closely as possible. Housing assistance, language preparation and cultural immersion courses are also arranged. Most are in Germany.
Designed to empower people to fight global poverty through sustainable, life-changing development programs. International volunteer opportunities and interns are available.
Global Outreach Alliance
A non-profit designed to empower communities through expeditions to such places as Kenya and Cambodia.