This is the "The Basics" page of the "Internship Resources for W&L Students" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Internship Resources for W&L Students  

Fall 2013
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

The Basics Print Page


Here are resources available to Washington and Lee students which will help to identify internship opportunities, particularly in politics, journalism, and related fields.

Remember to check with W&L's Career Development Center, too.

Helpful Books

These two resources will help find books at W&L about internships and writing resumes.  

If you would like to recommend a very recent book, please contact Dick Grefe.

  • Books About Internships
    Click on the link above for an up-to-date search of the W&L library catalog for any form of the word "internship," with the resulting listing arranged by publication dates.
    At this point, we have very few recent books about internships, because they go out-of-date so quickly and because so much information is available online.
  • Books About Resumes
    Click on the link above to automatically generate a list of electronic books and book chapters on resume-writing.
    W&L subscribes to the Safari database, which provides us with the complete texts to over 4,500 books from some leading publishers in technology and business.

Internship Database

  • CEI-Internships
    W&L subscribes to this password-protected commercial service, which is particularly valuable because the listings are kept fairly up-to-date. You can browse through over a dozen subject-specific collections, listing opportunities from about 28,000 organizations. Among the subject collections are Washington Internships in Law and Policy, Congressional Internship Book, Media Internship Book, and Internships with Communities and Social Service Agencies.

Contact Dick Grefe

Profile Image
Dick Grefe
Washington and Lee University Library | 204 West Washington Street | Lexington, Virginia 24450 | (540) 458-8643
Copyright © Washington and Lee University | Privacy Policy | Email Us


Loading  Loading...