Resources for Job and Internship Searches

Cornell Career Services

All students need to start with the basics; a stunning resume and cover letter that capture interests, skills, and accomplishments. Cornell Career Services is available for resume and cover letter advice, career counseling and advising, access to workshops on a wide range of topics such as interview skills, and invitations to job fairs. Cornell Career Services hosts Cornell Handshake, an online database of internship and job opportunities.

General Resources for Jobs and Internships

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Architecture Resources

  • Ahmanson-Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is designed to promote the participation of Junior Scholars in the Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies' yearlong core program
  • Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's (AvH) German Chancellor Fellowship allows recipients to carry out a project of their own design in cooperation with a German host
  • American Association of University Women's Selected Professions Fellowship provides funding for one academic year to women in graduate programs where women's participation has traditionally been low
  • Archinect is a searchable list of architecture job opportunities
  • Architizer lists jobs, people, projects, firms, and products
  • The Collegiate Inventors Competition recognizes and rewards innovative inventions by full-time undergraduate and graduate students.
  • The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation provides selected social entrepreneurs with funding of $100,000 annually for three years
  • Emerging Professional's Companion is an online resource developed by the AIA and NCARB primarily for use by interns in gaining IDP credit
  • World-Architects provides job listings for architecture and landscape architecture firms from around the world

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City and Regional Planning Resources

  • Abe Fellowship supports postdoctoral research on contemporary policy-relevant issues and encourages multidisciplinary research of global pressing concerns
  • Alfa Fellowship Program is a professional development program placing accomplished young professionals in work assignments at leading organizations in Russia
  • American Bar Foundation's Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowship sponsors an annual program of summer research for undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds pursuing graduate study in social sciences
  • American Planning Association helps beginning planners find job opportunities
  • The American Councils Title VIII Research Scholar Program administers several major grants for independent, overseas policy-relevant research in the humanities and social sciences
  • The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning helps students develop a better professional profile if they want to pursue a career in urban planning
  • Cyburbia assists job seekers with field-related jobs within urban planning
  • Cyber-Sierra Natural Resource Jobs helps individuals interested in employment in natural resource occupations, ecology, and environmental disciplines
  • Environmental Careers assists individuals and employers alike, matching top candidates with premier environmental and green employers
  • Federal Internship Directory provides information on fellowships and internships available during the school year as well as summer programs
  • Govt Jobs is a database of government jobs including economic development, human resources, information technology, parks and recreation, planning, public health, and social services
  • Green Corps' one-year, full-time, paid environmental leadership training program gives instruction and experience to 35 graduates that enable participants to launch an organizing and advocacy career.
  • Job Hunting Comprehensive listings of job openings and internships in city, regional, and environmental planning, and architecture and landscape architecture
  • Planetizen is a platform where starting planners can find jobs related to a specific field within planning
  • PreserveNet features regularly updated professional employment and internship opportunities for those in the preservation industry and allied fields
  • The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship is a professional development award for those who have a graduate degree and professional experience in fields such as business administration, economics, journalism or mass communication
  • Student Conservations Association for internships focusing on conservation


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