There are many departments across IU that hire interns throughout the year. Check with your academic department to learn about potential opportunities. We have listed a few opportunities here to get you started.
Internships at IU
CEWiT hires student interns every academic year.
The IU Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) is the nation’s first and only large-scale interdisciplinary, university-based initiative to encourage and promote the participation, empowerment, and achievement of women students, faculty, staff, and alumnae in technology.
The link below discusses some of CEWiT's opportunities and how you can apply.
The Indiana Memorial Union’s Biddle Hotel and Conference Center is a place for visitors to stay in Bloomington with upscale accomodations and ammenities. There are opportunities to work for their marketing and social media team.
The button below goes to the IMU's website. On that page there is another button linking to the IU Jobs Portal that lists all IMU positions available.
The Alumni Association maintains and builds the growing network of IU graduates. Positions for writers, editors, and graphic designers are offered. Contact them through the link below for more information on these opportunities.
The IU Bicentennial Office offers a wide variety of internship opportunities for IU students, on all IU campuses, at all levels of study, and from any discipline. Learn more about the their internship in the link below.
The IUB Office of Admissions helps students and families navigate the admissions process at Indiana University, with positions in admissions counseling and internships in recuitment or marketing. Contact this office through the link below to learn more about these internships.
The Kelley Institute for Social Impact (KISI) has office internships in the areas of strategy and operations, marketing, and assessment. Open to all students who have completed at least two semesters of coursework on a college campus. Check out the link below to learn about these internships.
The Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation has funded the establishment of an internship program at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, Indiana University Bloomington. On-campus internships undertaken during fall and spring semesters are enabling IUB students to gain valuable work experiences without interrupting their studies by relocating to distant locations or for unrelated part-time work. The program will also advance a public service mission through the option of funding summer session work in off-campus museums as well. This option expands the range of professional opportunities available to museum-focused IUB students, while strengthening the work of these peer institutions.
Applications for Spring 2020 are due on October 27, 2019.
Capital Planning and Facilities plans, creates, maintains, and preserves Indiana University’s beautiful, functional, and sustainable campuses. The office hires Account Interns and Accounting Interns. Use the link below to contact the office for more information on these internship positions.
The clinic is a joint program between the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, the School of Public & Environmental Affairs, the Kelley School of Business, and other University and community organizations. This program provides real-world, team-based learning experiences for students, while at the same time helping local organizations that work for social good. The link below goes to the intern application for Serve IT.
Sustain IU has 7 academic year internship positions available for the 2019-2020 timeframe - these would start in late Spring/Summer and continue until Spring 2020. Learn more about the internship through the link below.
Build technology experience by securing an internship with University Information Technology Services (UITS). There are various internships described in the link below.