Category Archives: Internships

CUNY Career Launch 2022 – Summer Internships Available!

CUNY Career Launch 2022 – Please Submit Form By April 29th!

This summer, 2,000 CUNY students will launch their careers by interning in a job related to their major – while earning $20 per hour!

CUNY Career Launch is recruiting undergrads who haven’t had substantial paid internship experience but who are ambitious, bright, and ready to apply the skills they’ve learned in the classroom to work.

You will work for 7 weeks between early July until mid-August for 19 hours/week. You can take a summer class, keep your part-time job, or take care of family while you intern with CUNY Career Launch!

Please click the link for further information and the Career Launch Student Pre-Application:
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Benchmark Builders – Internship Opportunities

Benchmark Builders

Company Details

Headquarters Location

237 W 35th St, Manhattan, New York 10018, United States

Contact: Tiffany Clare –

Job Description
We are looking to hire some interns who have backgrounds in Architecture or Engineering and might be interested in the construction industry. You might be working in our home office in Manhattan or assigned to a project site in the greater metro area. Work will involve assisting project superintendents and/or project managers. We perform the construction of corporate, educational and life science interiors.
Graduation Date

No Graduation Date set

School Years

Junior, Senior

Mechanical Engineering Technologies & Technicians, Electrical Engineering Technologies & Technicians, Civil Engineering Technologies & Technicians, Architectural Engineering Technologies & Technicians, Construction Engineering, General Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Energy Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

No GPA preference set

Work Authorization
US work authorization is required

ScholarSHPE Scholarships and Seminars



The ScholarSHPE program helps fill the gap in the Hispanic education pipeline from high school through to successful career placement in STEM fields. For the 2021-2022 academic year, SHPE provided over $1,000,000 in scholarships.This year YOU could be one of those recipients!

Applications Due April 30, 2022

ScholarSHPE Webinars

Ins & Outs of ScholarSHPE in 2022! – Monday, February 7

Watch this introductory webinar to learn how to apply to scholarships available for the 2022-2023 academic year! Hear about what opportunities are available, citizenship requirements, deadlines, and more!

Building an Amazing Resume! – Tuesday, February 15

Learn everything you need to know about writing a resume that gets noticed in a large pool of applications! Attending this webinar will not only walk you through the resume writing process for scholarships, but will also prove helpful in developing a resume that you can use for job hunting or graduate school applications. You won’t want to miss it!

Telling Your Story Through a Compelling Essay! – Wednesday, February 23

We’ll walk you through how to authentically and effectively communicate your story through a compelling essay. Use these skills to enhance your essay writing for scholarships, school applications, or even your next English class!

Wow! What a Letter! – Thursday, March 3

Scholarship reviewers read lots of letters. This workshop will help you help your references write a letter that will make reviewers say “Wow!



U.S. Department of Transportation Summer Internship Program

Application deadline: January 31, 2022

“Turning a unique summer work experience into a career with the U.S. Department of Transportation.”

The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) internship program is a unique opportunity for undergraduate, graduate and law students to get hands-on experience in public service while learning more about transportation challenges and advancements in the U.S.

In partnership with the U.S. Department of Transportation, this program is a critical part of the agency’s employee recruitment efforts. Build your network, develop skills and learn about open positions. And if you love your internship experience, consider applying at to pursue a career.

Program Benefits:
Compensation includes a $4,000 stipend for undergraduate students, or a $5,000 stipend for graduate and law school students. Sponsorship covers the cost of the program and, only if held in-person, fully-furnished housing (if needed) and roundtrip travel to your assignment location (if your permanent residence is more than 50 miles away). You will be responsible for living expenses and local transportation.

Academic Credit:
You may be eligible to receive academic credit for your participation in this program. However, credits are determined and awarded by each university. TWC does not grant credit. You are responsible for arranging any academic credit through your college or university. Discuss arrangements with you institution, prior to starting the program.