National Internship Sites

National Job Sites

Job & Internship Sites by Career Field

Useful Websites for the Field of Accounting

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Accounting, Mathematics, Economics and Finance.

  • Accounting Career Network - Search accounting opportunities, apply online free and upload a confidential resume to be accessed by national accounting recruiters. 
  • Accounting Jobs Today - Has a job board, as well as information about entering the accounting and finance industries.
  • Affordable Colleges Online - Programs and resources for online degree programs in accounting.
  • Bankjobs - Offers free resume posting, free job search, and has a list of banking and financial services employers. 
  • Becoming a CPA - Includes information about the "150-hour" requirement and the various ways to meet that requirement. 
  • Career Bank - Website specifically for accounting and finance jobs. Database of job openings, lots of articles about careers and job- hunting, a resume database, and the day's current accounting news. 
  • Careers in Finance - Includes more complete salary information and a section called "Recruiting Outlook," with brief reports for different regions around the world. 
  • CPA Track - Brought to you by the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants, Inc., great resource for news and information on certification requirements, the CPA exam, and much more.
  • Massachusetts Society of CPAs
  • Search Handshake for accounting positions specifically for Stonehill students.

AdAge - The source for news in the advertising industry, includes job postings as well. 

American Association of Advertising Agencies

Boston's Ad Club - Offers seminars, networking events and both general internships and a variety of diversity initiatives, including internships, mentoring and grants. 

Data & Marketing Association - Job board for marketing positions. 

Magazine Jobs - Internships & jobs in the magazine industry.

Magazine Publishers of America - Internships & jobs in the magazine industry.

Media Bistro - Offers news, media and publishing trends, advice and opportunities for writers, job boards, workshops, and much more. 

Media Job Market - Career development information and job board for jobs in the media.

TalentZoo - Contains job boards for advertising, marketing, media, and digital jobs.

Search Handshake for advertising/marketing positions specifically for Stonehill Students.

Listservs & Job Boards

Hospitals and Biotech Organizations

Students and alumni have found great clinical research roles at area hospitals and entry-level roles at biotech companies in Massachusetts.  Many of these organizations only post on their own websites, and not on external job boards or on Handshake.

Recruiting Firms

Students and alumni have also found entry-level roles through reputable recruiting firms.  Some begin as temporary or contract positions to build their resume, then continue to be recruiting into full-time and permanent roles.

Job/Internships Websites

Professional Development Resources


  • Employ Diversity:Provides multicultural professionals with an online venue where they can access employment opportunities and career development information for free
  • DiversityInc: A consultancy that publishes two websites, a magazine, and also produces events
  • Inroads: A paid, multi-year corporate internship program, must be Freshman or Sophomore with B or better average
  • Nemnet: A national resource organization that assists teachers, administrators or coaches of color seeking employment in education

Asian / Pacific Islander

  • AsiaMedia:Features jobs for Asian Americans seeking Asian-friendly employers and those employers offering fair opportunities for Asian American professionals
  • Asian Life: Asian professionals can cultivate their careers, connect with people, and be a part of the exploding global Asian community
  • Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership: A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan educational and professional organization dedicated to building leadership and public policy knowledge within the Asian Pacific American (APA) Community

Black / African American

  • The Black Collegian: A career and self-development magazine targeted to African-American college students seeking information on careers, job opportunities, graduate/professional school opportunities, internships/co-ops, study abroad programs, etc.
  • Black Enterprise: Provides essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and decision makers
  • Black Perspective: An online magazine, career search engine, and collection of resource link

Hispanic / Latino

  • Latpro: Connects Hispanic bilingual job seekers with recruiters searching for skilled diversity candidates; membership and services are free for jobseekers
  • Professional networking site and job board for Latinos in the United States
  • Saludos: Specializes in joining the Hispanic bilingual professional with companies looking for diversity in the workplace
  • Hispanic Today:An online magazine, career search engine, and collection of resource links

International Students

  • My Visa Jobs: View companies that have recently sponsored H1-B Visas and apply for jobs


  • Campus Pride represents the leading national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBTQ students.
  • Gay and Lesbian Victory Institute: Works to achieve full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people by building, supporting, and advancing a diverse network of LGBT public leaders. Make sure to check out the presidential appointments project!
  • GLSEN:  Mission is to create safe and affirming schools for all, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
  • Human Rights Campaign: Provides the list of the best organizations to work if you are a part of the LGBTQ community with office locations.
  • Out and Equal:Committed to creating safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people
  • Pro Gay Jobs: Assists the LGBT workforce in finding satisfying, enriching jobs with companies that offer: freedom from discrimination and harassment, equal benefits for the partners of LGBT employees, and equal opportunity for advancement and career development
  • LGBT Career Link: Links diversity-friendly employers with top LGBT talent, membership is free to LGBT and allied career builders
  • American Civil Liberties Union: The LGBT Project works for an America free of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity
  • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC):The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information

Native American

  • Native American Jobs:Provides diversity & indigenous employment, helps career minded individuals looking for Employment & Careers in ALL Communities, Locally and Nationwide
  • NativeAmerican.Jobs: An online job data bank available to Native American Job Seekers, Native American Tribes, and Tribal Organizations
  • American Indian Science and Engineering Society:Works to substantially increase American Indian and Alaska Native representation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields — as students, professionals, mentors, and leaders

Students with Disabilities

  • We Connect Now: Unites college students with disabilities in access to higher education and employment issues; has links to many great job and internship resources
  • Ability Magazine: An online magazine, career search engine, and collection of resource links


K-12, Public (REQUIRE certification)

K-12, Private & Specialized Programs (certification not required)

  • AmeriCorps - AmeriCorps is the national service program that allows people of all ages and backgrounds to earn help paying for education in exchange for a year of service. 
  • CAPE: Council for American Private Education - Links to job board for Catholic schools, Montessori schools and more.
  • Education Crossing - "Largest collection of education jobs on earth."
  • Teach for America - All academic majors and career interests can apply to commit two years to teach in urban and rural public schools.

Higher Education

Teaching English Abroad

Teaching abroad is one of the most accessible options for longer-term work abroad, typically for a year or two, though some programs offer short-term placements. Many programs allow you to recieve Teaching English as a second or foreign language (T.E.S.L., E.S.L., T.E.F.L., E.F.L.) certification.

  • Association of American Schools in South America (AASSA) 
  • CIEE/Dave's ESL Cafe - This site has information about teaching English as a second language, either abroad or in the U.S., as well as job databases. Useful for those with and without T.E.S.L. credentials.
  • European Council of International Schools 
  • Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships - A competitive grant program, English Teaching Assistantships are offered in many countries worldwide. Each ETA Program is designed by the host country, and individual elements may vary by country.
  • International House World Organisation 
  • International School Services 
  • Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program 
  • TAPIF - Teach English in France (French proficiency required)
  • TeachAway - Teach Away offers teaching jobs abroad for licensed teachers
  • TESOL (Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages) graduate program at St. Michael's College
  • WorldTeach

Post-Graduate Service

There are many service programs, domestically and abroad, which allow you to teach. Schedule a Post Graduate Service meeting to start exploring your options.

Recommended Timeline for Teaching Positions

* The job search for educators does not follow the typical job search timeline. Many school districts are under restricted budgets and do not have a final budget until the summer. Therefore, many job openings will not be posted until then. Keep looking through the summer as school systems continue to hire into the beginning of the school year.

Winter Break

  • Revise and update your resume and create a cover letter
  • Begin to develop a list of schools/systems that interest you
  • Ask for recommendations: be sure to tell faculty you will need to receive their letter directly and will be making multiple copies of it; applying to many positions is essential to acquiring your first teaching job
  • Compile 3-5 references
  • Tell EVERYONE that you are looking for a teaching job.


Start looking in local newspapers for job listings

Go online and see if the school systems you are interested list their openings on their website

Attend Job Fairs, networking events, etc.

Continue to revise and update resume

Schedule a mock interview and prepare for interviews

MERC Job Fair

The annual MERC Job Fair is held in April during Massachusetts' school break week at Boston University. MERC (Massachusetts Educational Recruiting Consortium) is an organization of 42 Massachusetts colleges and universities, including Stonehill, dedicated to facilitating the hiring process in the education field. Each year Stonehill students are invited to come speak with, and give their resumes to, representatives from hundreds of public and private school from around the country.


Agriculture, Biotech and Chemical Jobs Careers in Science 

Career Builder - Has a green jobs track

Cool Works

Cyber-Sierra - Natural resources jobs

Earthworks - Job listings in a variety of fields

EcoClub - Eco-tourism jobs


Environmental Career Opportunities 

Environmental Defense Fund - Has a jobs list.


Environmental - List of and links to several strong internship and research opportunities

Green Biz - The job site of "green movers and shakers."

Green Jobs - Focuses on renewable energy jobs

Idealist - For jobs in the non-profit sector; search by area of focus

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internship Program

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Internship Program

Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship

Monster Jobs - Has a green jobs track

New England Women in Energy & Environment

OrionGrassroots Network - Search job postings by category, location and experience level

Rodale Institute - For food industry and farm jobs

Serve, Greening Youth 

Sustainable Business - Boasts "green dream jobs"

The Student Conservation Association - internships in parks across the U.S.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) - For seasonal jobs on organic farms

Search Handshake for environmental positions specifically for Stonehill students



Affordable Colleges Online - Program information and resources for exploring an online degree in finance

AnalystJobs - A job search database for all types of analyst jobs, including financial analyst. - Career site for banking and financial services jobs and resumes.

Becoming a CPA - Information about the "150-hour" requirement. - An employment website serving the securities, investment and banking sectors.

Career Bank - Nationwide accounting and finance positions. 

Careers in Finance - Information about jobs in corporate finance, financial planning, investment banking, insurance and real estate, as well as links other sites, finance job listings, recommended books and a list of headhunters. 

eFinancialCareers - Maintains a jobs database, as well as news and information about financial careers.

Financial Job Network - For worldwide upper-level positions.

National Association for Business Economics - Maintains an online Career Center.

StreetID - StreetID is an online career matchmaking and networking site designed specifically for professionals in the Financial Services Industry.

Search Handshake for positions specifically seeking Stonehill students.

Health Care Administration

Clinical (health and allied health professions)

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Communication, Psychology, Management, English and most other liberal arts majors.

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Accounting, Mathematics, Economics, Finance and Marketing.

Experiencing another country is exciting and enriching, however, getting there is not always easy. International jobs can be harder to obtain, and the application process varies from country to country.

The University of California, Berkeley, University of Michigan, and Dickinson College have collected resources into excellent websites for conducting your international job hunt.

Job Opportunities Worldwide

Ameson Year in China - Teach in China for one year.

EscapeArtist - Many links to working and living abroad.

Going Global - International job listings and information listed by country. 

IAgora: International Travel, Work, Study - International Travel, Multilingual, Work, Study Country and cultural information, links to info on working abroad and chat with people from around the world. - A project of Action Without Borders, a global clearinghouse of nonprofit resources, including jobs, internships, mailing lists, and nonprofit resources by state and country. - has now expanded its services to 18 countries (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China,France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico,Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom).

InterExchange - Work, volunteer, au pair, teach and intern in various locations abroad (many in Australia and New Zealand).

International Development Jobs - For jobs in the international development field.

Jobs in Europe - Database of companies who hire college graduates. Other useful information included such as how to prepare an international resume or CV. 

Overseas Jobs Web - International job listings, including teaching opportunities. 

Peace Corps - Worldwide opportunities for "the toughest job you'll ever love." 

The Riley Guide: Resources for International Job Opportunities - Includes lists for multiple countries or regions. 

US State Department - Gives job descriptions and vacancies for Foreign Service Officers, as well as other positions with the Department of State. 

Transitions Abroad - Informational site with articles and links about working/studying/traveling/living abroad.

Short-Term Work/Internship Opportunities

BUNAC: Work in Britain - The British Universities North America Club (BUNAC) aids US students and recent graduates with procuring work permits in Britain (England, Scotland, or Wales) for up to 6 months. Participants locate their own jobs, primarily in the service industry. 

CARE - International humanitarian organization that is fighting global poverty. 

CIEE: Council Work Abroad Program - Offers work permits for short-term work abroad, study abroad, voluntary services, and discounted student plane fares. Participants locate their own jobs. Program resources available. 

Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals - Full-year scholarship to live, work, and study in Germany (for U.S. citizens and permanent residents only) 

DAAD - Internships in Germany - Internship opportunities for undergraduates and recent graduates.

ISA Service Learning - Service learning, study + service option, short-term programs

John Snow, Inc. - Public health consulting firm with international internship opportunities.

National Geographic Student Expedition - Seeks graduates with language and/or cultural skills to lead student trips. Applications are accepted January through March. 

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Criminal Justice, History, Philosophy, Religion, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Business Administration, and English.

American Association for Paralegal Education 

American Bar Association

CLEO (The Council on Legal Education Opportunities)

Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

Find Law for Students 

Law Enforcement Career Tips - Information on and resources for career options in the law enforcement field

Public Service & Fire Science Careers 

The National Association of Legal Assistants 

USAJobs - The Official Job Site of the United States Federal Government

 Search Handshake for law/law enforcement positions specifically for Stonehill students.

Thinking of Law School?

"Find the Best": Law School Comparator

For Pre Law Advising contact Rob Rodgers.

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Mathematics, Computer Science, Economics and Physics.

  • Search Handshake for non-profit positions specifically for Stonehill Students.
  • - An excellent database of over 20,000 organizations in 140 countries.
  • NonProfitJobs.ORg - Includes hundreds of job listings with nonprofits.
  • Council on Foundations - Includes a job bank; descriptions of the various types of foundations; and information about conferences and workshops.
  • The Foundation Center - Website filled with expert info on nonprofit management, law and strategy, as well as extensive job listings in philanthropy, nonprofits, education and more.
  • - Find potential employers on this searchable database of over 600,000 nonprofit organizations around the country. (Does not include job listings).
  • NonProfit Times - A variety of jobs in nonprofit organizations. 
  • Work for Good - A national online job site focused exclusively on the nonprofit community. 
  • - Information-rich, newsy site with "Green Dream Jobs" listings.
  • Volunteer Match - A large volunteering database that also has internship postings (search by keyword and location).
  • Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) - Great for professional development events, job postings and networking. Search by local chapter.
  • Search Handshake for political/government positions specifically for Stonehill Students.

Federal Jobs by Major

Prepared by United States Office of Personnel Management, this document is a listing of Federal job titles and the appropriate corresponding college major.  

Job and Internship Sites

Resources to Guide Your Job or Internship Search

Federal Job Search Tips

Applying for a federal job requires you to take a different approach and adhere to a different set of rules and techniques.

The federal resume looks different from most standard resumes. See the difference and get more tips at!

To write your federal resume, we strongly suggest using the Resume Builder available on It will guide you through the resume writing process, ensuring that you do not leave out important pieces of your application. It also allows you to store multiple resumes, so that you can tailor each one to a different position. The Resume Builder will also eliminate decorative formatting by generating a template that looks the same for every applicant, ensuring a fair and equal process.

  • It often contains personal information such as your full name, mailing address with ZIP code, phone numbers, Social Security Number, country of citizenship, reinstatement eligibility and civilian grade.
  • Include the job series you are applying for.
  • You must give the telephone numbers of previous employers, position(s) you held, numbers of hours per week and salary, also indicate whether it is OK to contact listed employers.
  • Write your educational qualifications in chronological order, starting from high school to college. Include the name and city of each institution, and the type and year of diploma/degree received.
  • If your education and/or experience does not exactly match the qualifications as advertised, you can still qualify by explicitly spelling out your previous experience and how it relates to the job at hand. Explain why you think the job qualifications are similar by giving concrete examples such as software used, etc.

Optional Information to Include


Include any classes, seminars, coursework, certifications, or trainings you have completed that relates to your professional development and the position description.


In addition to your supervisors, you may choose to provide professional or personal references who can vouch for your character, work ethic and dependability. Individuals you have worked with closely—such as colleagues, classmates and mentors—will add to your credibility as an applicant.


Include any language experience you may have and level of proficiency.


List any professional associations, societies, clubs or other organizations you are affiliated with. Highlight any leadership role and volunteer experience you may have had, to the extent that it relates to the job description.


Include any publications you have contributed to, along with the publication name and date.


You can include any other relevant pieces of your resume in this section: skills, awards, leadership activities, public speaking engagements, volunteer experience or other items that may not fit in a section above. You may choose to list your availability, the type of work environment you seek and your desired location. These items will not exclude your resume from consideration, but are simply used for recruiters to determine your interest.

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are English, Communication, and most other liberal arts majors.

Majors that frequently find work in this career field are English, Communication, and most other liberal arts majors.

  • Search Handshake for publishing/writing positions specifically for Stonehill Students.
  • Bookbuilders of Boston - Jobs in the publishing industry located in Boston
  • Bookjobs - Publishing job and internships opportunities 
  • Ed 2010 - Magazine jobs and internships
  • Media Bistro - News, media and publishing trends, advice and opportunities for writers, job boards, workshops, and much more. 
  • Problogger - Paid freelance blog-writing opportunities

Psychology and Social Service majors explore a variety of career paths including mental health services, counseling, advocacy/law, human resources, education, research, and more. 


Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience, Physics, Neuroscience, and social sciences such as Psychology.

Employment & Internships (General)

Hospitals, Biotech, & Other Organizations

Students and alumni have found great clinical research roles at area hospitals, and entry-level roles at biotech companies in Massachusetts.  Many of these organizations only post on their own websites, and not on external job boards or on Handshake.

Recruiting Firms

Students and alumni have also found entry-level roles through reputable recruiting firms.  Some begin as temporary or contract positions to build their resume, then continue to be recruited into full-time and permanent roles.


Majors that frequently find work in this career field are Management, Marketing, International Business, Communication, Psychology and most other liberal arts majors.

Search Handshake for visual and performing arts positions specifically for Stonehill students.

HireCulture is a great resource for jobs and internships with all types of visual and performing arts organizations.

Mandy is the world's largest resource of opportunities for creatives and musically-talented individuals.

Art History, Galleries & Museums

New England Museum Association Career Center 

The Smithsonian Institute

Design Jobs (Fashion, Graphic, Web, etc.)

Media Bistro



Entertainment/Performing Arts

Backstage Jobs

Entertainment Careers

New England Film

New England Theater 411

Resources for Artists

Art Career Info - Contains information about developing a career in the art industry.

Massachusetts Cultural Council - State grants for artists and a blog "Artsake" with other opportunities posted. - Americans for the Arts' job bank.

New York Foundation for the Arts - A non-profit dedicated to empowering artists.

Post Graduate Service Sites


Catholic Volunteer Network

Peace Corps


Regional Job & Internship Sites

MassCareers - Recruitment resources database for Commonwealth of Massachusetts Agencies

Cape Cod Young Professionals - Job & internship opportunities located on Cape Cod

Intern Hub - Database of internships offered in the greater New England Area

Graduate School Search Sites

Remote Work