Campus resources and the internet provide rich sources of information on internships. Check these out to locate internships of interest to you.
These sites all offer free information. Beware of sites that ask you to pay for information - almost all of it is available elsewhere at no cost.
www.h-net.msu.edu - Go to the
"Job Guide," then enter "internships" as a search
term to get to the "Fellowships/Grants/Interns" page.
www.ohiohistory.org - The website of the Ohio Historical Society. Enter "internships" as a search term.
about.aaslh.org/career-center/ - The American Association for State and Local History lists internship opportunities here.
www.communityjobs.org - This website is put up by ACCESS, a national clearinghouse for service and employment in the non-profit sector that includes internship opportunities. Under for "For Non-Profit Job Seekers" click on "search jobs" and enter "internship" in the keyword field.
www.studyabroad.com - Extensive listings of internship programs available in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa.
www.rsinternships.com - Rising Star Internships, a commercial site with free access to lists.
jobseeker.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com/collegiateresources.aspx- Internships available at state government agencies in Ohio.
BGSU History Department:
The History Internship Book. This listing of public history internships is available in Williams 141.
Peterson's Internships (1994-). Ref L901.I66. This serial is
America's Top Internships (1997-). Ref LC 1072.I58P75. This serial, put out by the Princeton Review, is updated regularly.
The ACCESS Guide to International Affairs Internships (1997). RefU104.A25 1997
The Internship Bible (1995-). Ref LC1072.I58I46. This serial is updated regularly.
Internships in Foreign and Defense Policy: A Complete Guide for Women (& Men) (1990). Ref JX1293.U6I58
National Directory of Arts Internships (1985-). NX396.6.N38.
The National Directory of Internships (1984-). Ref HD5715.2.N3 7.