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​​​​​​​​​STEM Internship Opportunities

​​Internships allow students to gain extensive hands-on experience in a field of interest.  Interns generally work under the guidance and mentorship of someone knowledgeable​ in the field.  This model allows them to learn a great deal about a given profession.  Internships allow students the opportunity to enhance personal attributes and professional work habits, including confidence, communication skills, adaptability, problem solving, and conflict resolution​.  They also provide an ongoing opportunity to build a strong network of professional contacts and gain the hands-on experience necessary to develop essential job-related knowledge and skills, significantly enhance resumes, and greatly improve employment prospects.​​​​

Internship Programs

Aquarium of the Pacific
Boeing
California Academy of Sciences​
COPE Health Scholars​
County of Orange
Disney Professional Internships
EDISON International
Facebook
Lockheed Martin​
Microsoft
NASA JPL Minority Student Programs 
PACE - Water Engineering
Southern California Earthquake Center​
Southern California Gas Company
Summer Health Professions Education Program
US Department of Energy

Internship & Job Search Sites

​​Glassdoor​
Government Jobs
Idealist​
Indeed
InternBound
Internships.com
LinkedIn
LocationOC
Look Sharp
National Science Foundation
New Scientist Jobs
The Muse
USA Jobs
YouTern
YouthGo

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