Search for Jobs: Apply for Internships


Internships allow students to learn more about their potential fields, build their resumes by adding to their knowledge base and gaining experience, and make connections in the field (network).

To find a list of internships in the Victoria and Houston areas, log into UHV's CareerLink!

"Pursue an internship, as it provides you with unparalleled experience in your field." advises Laura Goodwyn.


 

Search for other internship opportunities at the links below.

Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities National Internship Program: HNIP staff works with HSIs, federal agencies and corporations to recruit well-qualified and motivated students. Participating agencies and corporations hope to increase diversity in their work force by providing internship opportunities to high-achieving Hispanic students.

US Department of State Student Internships: The U.S. Department of State has a variety of programs, from summer clerical positions to management fellowships, all of which allow students from high school to the post-graduate level the ability to participate in projects vital to the success of U.S. foreign policy.

Internjobs.com: Internjobs is a global database of internships and entry-level positions for students, recent graduates, and career changers.

Studentjobs.gov: Studentjobs is a federal government website that lists various internship programs.

Hispanic College Fund: The Hispanic College Fund provides talented and underprivileged Hispanic youth with vision, mentors, resources and scholarships.

Expert's Corner 
 

Employer Tips for Success 

I had a interview that I personally felt was going to change everything for me in a positive way.  I got to the interview to see that I had 3 interviewers at the same time…..extremely intimidating!  The questions that were asked, had nothing to do with the line of work involved, so naturally I was nervous.  At the end of the day, I bombed out the interview and I left there knowing the job was not going to happen for me to say the very least! 

 

What I have learned from this situation is to be yourself.  There are several components to interviewing someone.  There is education, experience, and qualifications, all which is very important.  But know this, the applicant has the job of selling themselves to the employer.  Show your positive, inner-self, and I promise it will take you a long way.  When credentials balance out between applicants I guarantee personality will be a factor in the decision in the end.  

 

Shimeca Gould-HR Director at Senior Helpers

 

 

 

 

 


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Heartland Civitan District - Area 6 meeting (JH 1128) - 1/10/2015

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