Job/Internship Search Materials
There is no better time than the present to begin your search for an internship or job. We have created the following resources to assist in the search process.
Job Search Toolkit
Use this Job Search Toolkit to help you prepare for your job/internship search. You will find resources such as career assessments, crafting your resume, avoiding job search potholes, interview attire do’s and don’ts, interview tips and more!
Looking for a job? Try Indiana Tech’s free online job posting database powered by CSO.
- Current Students and Alumni Login
- Employer Login
- Job seeker tips
- Warrior Jobs User Participation Agreement
Where Can I Intern with my Major?
Not sure where to being your search? Check out our list of companies and search by major to find options to help get you started.
Looking for an internship? Do you currently have an internship or have had one recently? We would love to hear from you and help you. Please take a few minutes to fill out our Internship Registration.
Indiana INTERNnet is a free internship-matching program linking employers, students, high schools, colleges, and universities. It is a dynamic and searchable database coupled with personal assistance—including a toll-free hotline to answer questions and provide internship guidance and resource materials.
Start your search and create your account today.
Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership
Are you seeking a job or internship in Northeast Indiana? Use this website to search opportunities in the region and learn more about the companies and industries that are seeking someone like you.
Job search engines
If you want more job search resources, we have the top search engines right here for you.
- Top Job Search Engines
- LinkedIn Jobs
- Fort Wayne Jobs
- ZipRecruiter Jobs
- Top Employers For International Students
- Major Employers- Allen County
- Top 100 Companies in Allen County
- Job Platforms by Career Field
Do you have the skills that most employers view as vital?
As you begin your internship or job search, you must know what skills employers identify as the “must have” career readiness competencies.