The Search

You've done your homework. Now ace the test.

As the hunt for your next internship begins, you'll want to have a focused strategy for targeting as many desirable internship opportunities as possible without wasting time on dead ends. This section is your comprehensive guide to the grunt work of getting in the door, from networking to sending out your resume and cover letter.


Think you're ready to send in your pitch for the job? Make sure your first impression sticks — and for the right reasons. A well-researched and compelling cover letter can set just the right tone with the employer, even before your resume is opened. And good use of e-mail etiquette can go a long way toward winning you an interview. Before you hit 'send,' click below.

How to Write a Cover Letter for Internships

17 Great Cover Letter Examples

Best Cover Letter Format Guide for Internships

How to Address a Cover Letter for Internships

13 Cover Letter Tips and Tricks to Achieve Greatness in 2019

E-mail Best Practices to Communicate with Companies


Highlighting your strengths and showing what you have to offer are key in preparing an effective resume. Use our professionally-written samples and tips to help you build your profile and prepare to apply.

How to Write a Resume: A Guide for Students and New Graduates

21 Basic Resumes Examples for Students and New Graduates

Resume Job Objectives: Do’s, Don’ts, and Samples

CV (Curriculum Vitae): The Deluxe Resume

Determining if your Resume is Market-Ready


Career Fair Follow-Up

Five Tips for Finding Internships Online

Internship Searching for College Students