The Office of Career Education recommends the following resources for Allegheny students and alumni who are searching for professional opportunities or internships.
Gator Connect: The Job and Internship Database in Gator Connect is the go-to place for Allegheny students and alumni to search for a job or internship.
Current Students: Use this link to access the log-in. Your Gator Connect username is your full Allegheny email address (ex- firstname.lastname@example.org). Click here if you have never logged in before or aren’t sure of your password.
Glassdoor: Glassdoor gives you a free look at company salaries, reviews, interview questions, and jobs at over 250,000 companies. If you are a current US student, and do not have any content to contribute, you can create a free Glassdoor account using your student (.edu) email address.
WayUp: A platform for college students and recent grads to find relevant opportunities. Once you create a profile, you can access a dashboard with Jobs & internships specifically curated for you based on your profile.
LinkedIn: Edit your “Career Interests” and mark that you’re open to recruiters to see relevant jobs and internships and be visible in recruiter searches.
Indeed.com: Useful site to search both jobs and internships by keyword, geographic location, experience level, or professional field.
Idealist.Org: Employment site for jobs and internships in the nonprofit field. Can register to receive alerts when new opportunities are posted.
Internships.com: One of the largest searchable databases for internship opportunities. Is powered by Indeed so results are the same on both resources.
imaginePittsburgh: Search for jobs in the Pittsburgh region by job title, company name, or education level.
USAJobs Pathways: The Pathways Program offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates, and those with an advanced degree.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): National Science Foundation funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students across the country through its REU Sites program.
The Student Conservation Association (SCA): Paid service opportunities for young adults 18+ with a passion for the environment. Positions last from 8 weeks-12 months and there is a 3-month summer internship option.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR): Provides internships (both paid and unpaid), available to full-time college students. The number of positions varies from year to year, based on Department needs and are located in the state of Pennsylvania. Full-time positions are available through the State Civil Service Commission.