Internships have become a gateway to permanent jobs, and the Web helps employers craft internships while telling prospective interns how to get the edge for the internships they want.
Offer internships. Businesses considering an internship program might start with the simple guide posted here by Indiana University. The how-to publication says internships boost a company's recruiting image, and provide a way of screening and grooming prospective employees.
Government jobs. Students in high school, college or graduate school can search for temporary jobs, career experience or summer work in agencies that include the World Bank, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the CIA, and others, many of which run special training programs for students.