Looking to fill an internship position?
Rather than looking for candidates on big job boards like Monster and Indeed for a specific internship position, an employer can post on more niche job boards that specialize in internship positions throughout the country.
We compiled this list to help employers find the most engaged and qualified interns around!
Internship Jobs at Proven – Proven offers internship positions, as well as many other positions. Proven aggregates jobs across many job boards making sure that each job is successfully filled with your ideal intern.
College Recruiter –
College Recruiter is the leading niche job board for college and university students searching for internships, part-time employment or seasonal work. For job seekers, they provide news, advice, and even free resume critiquing. For recruiters, they provide the largest pool of applicants, news, and suggest conferences and events.
WayUp (formerly known as InternMatch) is the largest database of college internships online. They allow job seekers to customize their profiles and highlight their strengths. For employers, job seekers can apply directly to your job postings or you can search the database to find and connect with candidates.
Career Rookie –
Career Rookie is a database of internships, part-time jobs and entry-level careers. They are a division of CareerBuilder, the global leader in human capital solutions. Users can post resumes, get automatic job alerts, find local career fairs, and more. Employers are given access to a resume library, virtual career fairs, brand builders and targeted emails.
Internships.com hosts a job board full of internship and employment opportunities. You can post and manage all of your internship opportunities for free, access their student resume database, and gain access to industry experts’ insights, tools, and materials to help you run a successful internship program.
OnForce allows employers to find, engage, negotiate and hire non-employee talent. They allow employers to search their marketplace of pre-vetted professionals and manage labor clouds of skilled talent – from contractors to full-timers and everything in between. This site is not only a hiring tool, but a management tool as well.
Intern Jobs is a job board focused on finding both recent graduates and seasoned workers looking for new opportunities. They have been helping employers since 1996 focus on finding quality candidates for their internships and entry-level positions. Job postings include a company profile in the employee directory, account tools to help easily edit and manage listings, and priority placement on the site.
YouTern is a community dedicated to helping thousands of college students and recent graduates to ascend into the workplace with internships. Employers trust YouTern to help them develop an amazing employer brand – and secure top tier talent – through a variety of methods… internship postings, custom partnerships, and more.
Next time you are looking to fill your internship jobs (or if you are looking to find a job for yourself!), check out these job boards.
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