10 Summer Internships You Can Apply for Now
By Kathryn Knight Randolph
January 05, 2011
If you’re a news junkie, MSNBC has summer internships that you may want to investigate. Internships are available in the New York and Los Angeles areas.
Applicants must be at least 18 and enrolled in an accredited college. They must also be able to receive college credit for their work experience. Finally, interns must be willing to work at least three days a week.
For further information on interning at MSNBC, click here.
Interning at a grocery store might not seem ideal, but Meijer has internship opportunities that don’t include stocking shelves. Students can gain incredible professional experience through store leadership, corporate, supply/chain logistics, corporate supply chain, field distribution, and pharmacy internships.
All internships are paid and available throughout the Midwest.
To apply for Meijer summer internships, click here.
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