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In-House Resources
 

Securing an internship can be similar to securing a full time job. The Institute for Community Engagement serves as an information and referral source for students. The office will assist with identifying potential internships, developing job search tools and skills, and in understanding the process of applying for and receiving academic credit.

  • Individual Appointments – Visit the ICE office in the Library or call 402- 872-2207 to schedule an appointment to explore internships that are a good fit for your major and interests.
  • Resumes and Interviews – Many internships require an application process. Check out Peru State's Career Services Resume and Interviewing Resources to get helpful advice on these areas at www.peru.edu/CareerServices
  • PSC Internship Site – As a member of the Nebraska College Recruiting Consortium, Peru State College houses its internship listings on the NCRC JobZone. Access the JobZone at https://ncrc-csm.symplicity.com/students. You will need to fill out a brief registration and verify your email address to gain access to the system. Contact PSC Career Services in CATS 204, if you need assistance. The NCRC site is also used when employers host internship recruiting interviews through the NCRC or when employers request candidate resumes to consider for intern positions through PSC College or the NCRC. A Student Registration Guide can be obtained in Career Services or you may download the guide here: NCRC Registration and JobZone Guide
  • PSC Library Resources – Check out the career resources on the first floor.
  • Career Services Resources – Copies of the Internship USA Directory Series are housed in the ICE office in the Library, along with additional internship directories and notebooks containing internship announcements by employer, academic area, and geographic area.