Job and Internship Search Tools


Explore general and industry specific job and internship resources through the links provided below. We encourage you to start your job and internship search early. Plan on meeting with a Career Services Counselor who can assist you with identifying job and internship opportunities specific to your interests. Note: Passwords may be required for some of the sites listed below.

You should be aware that fraudulent job/internship postings are a real risk on any job/internship search database, including those listed below. Students have been victims of job scams.  Please see the attached document for the Fraudulent Job Postings Statement, Warning, and Signs [PDF].  If you have any questions, please contact Career Services.

Featured Websites

Handshake is an online career information system. Resources include the ability to make career counseling appointments, access to on-campus, part-, and full-time job and internship listings. Powered By Handshake allows for access to On Campus Recruiting (OCR) opportunities and job shadowing opportunities.  Additionally, students can view the employers and graduate and professional schools who come to campus as well as those employers who attend Career Fairs.

Uniworld Online – Multinational Companies database
Uniworld Online covers multinational companies with headquarters in over 200 countries and 20,000 industries.  Find contact information for headquarters, subsidiaries, and branches of multinational firms with offices in the US and abroad.

Pitzer College Office of Sustainability – Job Board
The internships and jobs listed on this site are curated by the staff at the Pitzer College Office of Sustainability.

The Claremont Colleges Creative Writing Program Internship/Volunteer Opportunities
The internships and organizations listed on this site are collected and curated by faculty in the Creative Writing program.

The WWOOF-USA® Host Farm Directory lists approximately 1,950 organic farms and gardens from across the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. WWOOFing, an educational and cultural exchange program, is a way to learn practical farming skills, be part of the organic agriculture movement, and experience the heart of American agrarian culture. WWOOF farms offer a variety of educational opportunities, including growing vegetables, keeping bees, building straw bale houses, working with animals, making wine, and much more.

CEI Internships logoInternships-USA (CEI Internships)

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Internships-USA lists more than 2800 organizations offering internships for undergraduate college students. They gather their information directly from the employers listed. Internships are then listed in 13 different publications on this site to download for free. Titles include: Advertising Agencies ; Internships for America’s Top Companies; Big Green Internship Book; For the Common Good: Internships with Community and Social Service Agencies; Congressional Internship Book; Human Rights Internships; The History & Museum Internship Book; Internships in International Affairs; Media Internship Book; Resort Internship & Seasonal Employment Guide; The Sports Internship Book; Washington DC Internships in Law & Policy; and the Women’s Rights Internship Book.

Additional Resources



LinkedIn Jobs:

Riley Guide to Internships:

Occupational Outlook Handbook:

Pitzer Alumni: Pitzer Professional Directory