10 Internships You Can Still Apply For

As much as you'd love to spend another summer chasing after toddlers (and we know how much you love that), it’s time to spice up your work experience. Interning isn’t just resume padding. It’spractically a must for undergraduates in this economy. Seasoned interns know you’re less likely to fetch Starbucks than be swamped with relevant errands and tasks—and learn a lot. Save the job for September, and thumb through these 10 internships you can still apply for right now.

1. LeadAmerica Paid Summer Internships

Undergraduate or graduates in all majors (including law, journalism, political science, business, etc.), recent graduates, or professionals can apply.
About: Does New York City for the summer sound nice? What about Chicago, Los Angeles for a bit, then maybe Boston? LeadAmerica is looking for interns to join their summer conference staff for high school and middle school students. Your housing and most meals are compensated, it’s great networking experience and did we mention you’d be traveling around the country?
Where: See above!
How to apply: Fill out their online application
Deadline: June 30, 2012

2. Women for Women International – Communications and Outreach Intern

Requirements: Upper-level undergraduate or graduate students can apply.
About: Since 1993, Women for Women International has helped more than 315,000 women survivors of war in more than eight different countries. This Communications and Outreach Assistant intern would work on advocacy, research, and communications—and must have top-notch writing and analytical skills.
Where: Washington, D.C.
How to apply: Interested applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and a 3-5 page writing sample. Check out their website for more details.
3. Disney ABC Television Group - Network Finance Intern

Requirements: Applicants must be undergraduates entering their sophomore or junior year.
About: If you’ve got experience in finance and an itch to work in the entertainment industry, this is your dream internship. It spans all of the Disney ABC Television Group’s properties—so no, not just the Disney Channel—and interns will be expected to help maintain financial planning models, coordinate financial forecasts, and more.
Where: Burbank, California
How to apply: Fill out their online application
Deadline: Rolling

4. Stylelist.com - Fashion Journalism Internship

Requirements: Undergraduate students or recent graduates can apply.
About: This is a 40-hour per week internship writing web content for Stylelist.com, a fashion site owned by AOL. And it’s paid $10 an hour! Gain some fashion writing clips and expand your editorial skills for this chic website.
Where: New York, New York
How to apply: Email your resume to [email protected].
Deadline: Rolling, but apply ASAP
5. Obama Campaign Internships

Requirements: College students or recent graduates can apply; no experience required.
About: If you're an aspiring politico who leans to the left, help rev what's expected to be an interesting election. But you don't have to be the next Hillary Clinton to apply; the Obama Campaign offers internships in a variety of fields:accounting, marketing, communications, human resources, finance, research, the list goes on. Choose a campaign internship in your state. Though we can't guarantee any President or First Lady sightings, we're guessing you'll be too busy to mind.
Where: Choose a state.
How to apply: Look over your internship department options and fill out an online application