Now that the Virtual Fall Job and Internship Fair is over, you may be wondering what you can do next to find internship opportunities in advertising, arts, media, and communications. Well, once finished following up with the employers you spoke to at the job and internship fair, it’s time to start searching for more opportunities. Here are a few helpful websites you can use to get your search started.
Start with hireBING by Handshake! Here are just a few of many, many new internship opportunities posted in communications that arts and media:
Use Art Jobs to identify opportunities in art, culture, education and museums. Here are a few current postings:
Interested in a career in writing and publishing? Check out Bookjobs.com! This resource features jobs and internships in the publishing industry. Here are a few examples:
Check out Journalismjobs.com for job and internship opportunities specific to journalism. This internship was just posted:
In order to successfully apply for these positions, you should craft a resume and cover letter that connect your skills and experiences to those outlined in the internship description. You can get started by uploading your resume to VMock for instant feedback and scheduling an appointment with a career consultant in hireBING.
Networking is also an important part of a successful internship search. As a Binghamton student, you have access to a large alumni network that is ready to support you! Find alumni in your field through LinkedIn or through Mentor Match! Mentor Match enables you to connect with alumni who have volunteered to serve as mentors and resources to students. Login and set up your profile today!