INTERNSHIPS

About Beyond120 Internships

Experiential Learning is all about gaining experience that will prepare you for the world of work after graduation. It’s never too early to start exploring your options. We encourage you to consider participating in an internship! Explore our various internships options below or make an appointment with Brittany Grubbs, the internships and experiential learning coordinator for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

 

Internship Listings

Parker Dewey Search Engine

Parker Dewey specializes in micro-internships, or those requiring 10-40 hours of work per internship. While students are unable to receive academic credit for these internships, they may be useful in boosting your resume and increasing relevant work experience.

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WayUp Internship Search Engine

WayUp works to match students and employers. Students create a profile and apply to opportunities directly via the WayUp website. WayUp guarantees to contact applicants within 24 hours of application.

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City Internships Search Engine

City Internships works to match students and employers. Once students complete their profile/application, the CI admissions committee will review applications. Once enrolled, students are assigned a career advisor and will begin the process of matching with companies.

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Chegg Internships Search Engine

Chegg is similar to a traditional search engine like Linkedin, Indeed, or Monster. Students are responsible for searching through the various listings to find relevant opportunities.

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LinkedIn Search Engine

LinkedIn is a traditional search engine where applicants may search for internships, part-time employment, or full-time employment. Students are responsible for searching through where the various listings to find relevant opportunities.

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Note: By listing these providers on our website, we are in no way endorsing any company, person, or product. We recommend students thoroughly vetting a company and/or its representatives before starting an internship or other opportunity.

These internships have been brought to our attention by UF students, UF alumni, or internship providers. We encourage you to explore these opportunities, and see what’s right for you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Brittany Grubbs, experiential learning and internships coordinator at internships@advising.ufl.edu.


Apple Remote Jobs

The Borgen Project

Department of Defense Internships

Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Water Inspector

Infinite Energy

Virtual Student Federal Service

The Washington Center

Florida Elks Youth Camp Staff Intern

Vivint

Do you have an internship you would recommend to other students? Email beyond120@advising.ufl.edu with the name and website of the company.