Searching for Internships or Jobs
Plenty of internship and full-time position opportunities are available, but you have to be prepared to actively pursue them. When starting to look for an internship, plan at least six months in advance. When preparing for an interview, you should also tune up your resume and cover letter writing skills. Be sure to check out the Resume resource tabs on the left side of the screen. You may also want to schedule an appointment with your CFAES or ANSCI Career Services Consultant for more personalized guidance.
When searching for internships, be sure to check out the Plumb Hall 116 Filing Cabinet. There are over 700 internships organized by species of interest for your exploration. Bulletin boards on campus, professors, as well as journals can be a wealth of information on potential internships. For researching internships online, check out these websites:
Animal Science-Specific Search Sites:
- Con Search
- Federation of Animal Science Societies (FASS)
- Meat Science Alliance
- American Zoos and Aquariums
- Ag Careers
- American Association of Laboratory Animal Science
- Breed Association Web sites Breed Association web sites are also a great place to look for internship or full-time opportunities.
Science-Related Search Sites:
General Search Sites: