Top 10 Internship Job Boards
October 29, 2020
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Applying for internships is a great way for college students to begin gaining professional experience and exposure to how the hiring process works. However, it can also be a daunting task if you’ve never done it before.

There are plenty of great job boards out there like LinkedIn, Indeed, and Glassdoor, but these are also very broad. One way to help narrow down your search is to look for job listings that are meant for college students. To get you started, we’ve outlined our top 10 job boards meant for college students and recent graduates.

1. Handshake

If you’re currently enrolled in school, you most likely already have an account with Handshake. Many colleges and universities use Handshake as a job board and a networking platform.

It allows you to apply for internship opportunities and will also alert you to any networking events your college or university may be hosting. Recruiters also can contact you directly through the platform to connect with you.

2. Chegg Internships

Many of you have probably turned to Chegg as a resource for textbooks. But did you also know they have a job board as well? Formerly, Chegg Internships is a great job board that helps filter your internship search by keywords or industry.

This site also has a wide variety of articles for students and interns who may be starting out in their professional careers. Chegg Internships is definitely worth checking out.

3. College Recruiter

Our favorite part about College Recruiter is that it is an all-purpose job board for students and recent graduates alike. It offers part-time or seasonal internships as well as many entry-level jobs as well.

The site also includes articles, blogs, and videos offering advice covering job seeking, internships, employers, and more. It is the perfect resource for anyone starting from your freshman year all the way to your first year out of undergrad.


This job board is very unique, and not only because it offers full-time positions as well. If you have a passion for giving back and volunteering, Idealist is a great place to look for jobs or internships.

This job board focuses on helping job seekers find roles with non-profit organizations. If you’re unsure that working right out of college is the best choice for you, it also provides direction for graduate school and programs that can help you advance your career towards non-profits. Idealist is a really great resource to not only help yourself but to help others as well.


WayUp is another really great resource with some unique features to it. Again, this job board also offers full-time entry-level positions for recent graduates. However, unlike other job boards, this one guarantees that you will at least hear back from potential employers.

When I was a college student applying to internships, the most irritating part of the process is putting your resume out there to tons of listings and simply waiting to hear back, oftentimes not hearing anything at all. It’s frustrating and annoying. WayUp, on the other hand, guarantees you will at least get a response even if it’s not the most desirable one. While rejection certainly sucks, hearing a no is better than hearing nothing at all, in my opinion.


Aftercollege is an AI-powered job board that will recommend internship and entry-level jobs from over 400,000 listings. It also includes job listings from major companies such as Intel, Oracle, Nestle, and Airbnb.

It’s also used by recruiters looking to fill certain positions. So if you take the time to create a strong profile, it’s possible that recruiters will come to you with the job. What could be easier than that?

7. CareerRookie

The best thing about CareerRookie is that it is super easy to navigate. Whether you’re looking for an internship or entry-level job, it’s easy to find exactly what you’re looking for. CareerRookie also features plenty of informative articles to help you be prepared for your internship or job search.

Another great resource on this job site is its salary calculator. Many job seekers fail to ask to negotiate their salaries or don’t even know where to start. Well, the first step is always going to be to do your research. Starting with a salary calculator helps you understand what others in the industry are making and what you should be making too.


The name is very telling with this job board. As you can imagine, this job board is specifically for finding internships. However, it also offers internships abroad.

This international job board is a part of, which also oversees several similar job boards including ones focusing on summer jobs, overseas jobs, international jobs, and more. Separating different jobs to different job boards like this can easily help you narrow down your search.

9. CollegeGrad

As its name suggests, this job board focuses less on internship roles and more on entry-level job roles for recent graduates. Sorry, college students, but the graduates need to be shown some love too!

A great aspect of this job board is that it offers plenty of other resources as well, covering resume writing, cover letters, interviewing, and salary information specifically for entry-level workers.

10. SimplyHired

This job board isn’t necessarily for internships per se, although it does offer them. However, what I appreciate about this job board is that it offers plenty of opportunities that are remote. Given the certain circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, finding remote work is crucial.

Another aspect I really liked is that SimplyHired also has a “benefits” section of each job listing that highlights the potential benefits of the job. For instance, being a college student can be incredibly taxing and can sometimes require a more flexible schedule. If this option is available, it will be noted right on the job listing, which can make your internship search much simpler.

There are so many job boards to choose from and so many ways to go about applying. We even have our own job board here at BrandResumes if you’re struggling with any of these previously mentioned options. And if this isn’t enough, we also have some of the top 50 job boards listed as well. While you’re there, check out some of our other articles to help ensure your resume and cover letter are ready for you to apply. Good luck!

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    Idealist : An excellent site to look for both internships and jobs in the non-profit sector, Idealist, based in Portland, OR, dates back to 1996. Run as a non-profit, it has listings for organizations around the world. The site currently lists more than 2,000 internships worldwide. A couple of current offerings for paid internships: a fundraising position in Washington, DC for the National Hispanic Council on Aging and a summer internship at the progressive Nation magazine and Nation Institute. instead of getting paid. The plus: genuine work experience in foreign cities. Global Experiences works in eight cities—London, Paris, Dublin, Barcelona, Florence, Milan, Shanghai and Sydney. Prices range from $6,000 to $10,000 per internship stint. Company founder Emily Merson says that some colleges like Arizona State, University of Southern California and University of Illinois have partnerships with the company and pick up the tab. Students must apply but once they’re accepted, placement is 100% guaranteed.


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