Internship Opportunities for Summer 2012

Since 1980 SEO has provided underrepresented college students of color with paid summer internships leading to full-time jobs. More than 30 years later, Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans are still underrepresented in many top entry level jobs.

SEO Internships are open to underrepresented undergraduates of color who will graduate from a 4-year accredited U.S. college or university. SEO internships are open to ALL majors. Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA without exception.

Please review the following website for more detail by program/internship area:

Eligibility is based on graduation date not class standing or credits. (When in doubt consider the date after which you would be available to start a full-time job or law school.) SEO defines class years as follows:

Sophomore – Will have one more summer in addition to the SEO Summer before graduating

Junior – Will graduate in the winter or spring after the SEO Summer (after one or two semesters)

Senior – Will graduate before SEO Summer Begins

There are opportunities for international students as described below. International students must have an F-1 visa and remaining CPT or OPT work authorization

Junior international students with F-1 visa and CPT or OPT remaining are eligible for Asset Management, Investment Banking, Sales & Trading and Technology (Banking).

Sophomore international students are only eligible for Technology (Banking).

Qualifications: Minimum GPA 3.0. Class 2012, 2013, and 2014 ALANA students.

To Apply: Please apply directly to organization website: AND apply via Crusader Connections at Please indicate in your cover letter to which internship you are applying.

Deadline: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 no later than 11:59 p.m. EST

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Internships this summer!

Still searching for an internship? Do you want to make a difference this summer? Do you like helping others? Local non -profit organizations are looking for YOU! Holy Cross staff recently attended an event with the Worcester College Consortium at the Worcester Public Library. Please check out the many organizations that are interested in Holy Cross students. They are seeking your help this summer and beyond. Contact information and web addresses are included so that you may contact the organizations directly. Let us know if you land something! Good luck. Non-Profit Organizations in Worcester, Mass. (PDF)