3 months ago
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How to find good summer internship programs

Hi yall, Im a rising Jr and I know a bunch of my friends are applying for summer internships. I want to do something in international relations / law or something in public relations but I don't know were to look for summer internships since most places offering interns are for college students.

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2 months ago

Networking: Reach out to your teachers, family members, or friends who might have connections in these fields. They may be able to provide you with leads or introduce you to professionals who can offer guidance or opportunities.

Local organizations: Look for local non-profit organizations, government offices, or law firms that deal with international relations, public relations, or law. You can search online or contact them directly to inquire about internships or volunteer opportunities.

Online internship platforms: Websites like Internships.com, Indeed, or LinkedIn offer internship listings that you can filter by location, industry, and level of experience (including high school students).

National/international organizations: Some organizations, such as the U.S. Department of State or the United Nations, offer internships or programs specifically designed for high school students interested in international relations or law.

Social media: Follow organizations and professionals in your areas of interest on social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook to stay updated on opportunities and events.

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