Are you looking for internships in Reno? Work Live Play Reno Tahoe publishes a monthly internship cheat sheet so you can have quick access to internships in the Reno-Sparks region. Searching for a job is exhausting, especially if you are new in town or looking to relocate and don’t have the social connections needed to get your foot in the door. We get it. That is why we’ve put together a quick access guide listing many of the positions that need to be filled right away and the companies that are actively looking for internship candidates to hire.
As an intern, you will have the chance to work with experienced professionals and gain hands-on experience in your field. You will also have the opportunity to develop your skills, build connections, and gain valuable insight into the industry. Internships provide a great way to start your career and make meaningful contributions to companies and communities. At the end of the list, check out our tips for snagging the best internship positions.
Below is a list of available internships posted by our partner companies and directions on how to apply.
Uline Internships (Summer 2024)
Tesla Recruiting Internship (Spring 2024)
Tesla is seeking Bachelor’s or Master’s students working towards a degree in HR, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Communications, or business-related degrees for their Fall term recruiting internship. Apply on LinkedIn
Tesla START Manufacturing Program, Gigafactory Nevada
Tesla is seeking high school diploma or GED, and post-secondary trade education level candidates to assemble electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic equipment for production. Apply on Chegg Internships
Hamilton Company Mechanical Engineering
The City of Reno Internship
The Business License Division is looking for qualified individuals to fill a temporary position as a business license assistant to work at the customer service counter. Apply on Internships Jobs
I-80 Gold Marketing/Social Media Summer Internship
This Marketing internship position is for the i-80 Gold Corporate office located in Reno, Nevada. The Marketing Intern assists the communications and outreach team in their advertising and promotional efforts. Apply on Reynolds School
Helix Electric Project Engineer Spring 2024
As an intern at Helix Electric, you will be trusted with meaningful responsibilities that have a lasting impact on the projects you touch. This hands-on approach to learning coupled with our top-notch mentor program affords all Helix interns the opportunity to develop skills that ensure their continued growth well beyond graduation. Our University Relations Team is dedicated to ensuring all interns have an experience where they learn, grow, and contribute value. To provide a well-rounded experience, all interns are exposed to a variety of project types, phases of construction, and project teams. Join Team Helix to empower people and power projects. Apply on LinkedIn
University of Nevada, Reno Web Development Intern, Marketing and Communications
The University of Nevada, Reno is seeking a student worker to join our team at the Office of Marketing and Communications as a Web Development Intern. In this role, you will have the chance to gain hands-on experience in developing, enhancing, and maintaining our University’s primary website. Apply on Salary.com
Tips to Snag the Best Internship
What are some tips for snagging an internship?
- Research Available Internships: Do research and reach out to companies who you are interested in working with. Look for internships in your desired field and apply to those that fit your skills and interests.
- Prepare a Strong Resume and Cover Letter: Create a resume and cover letter that highlight your skills and experiences to make yourself stand out from other applicants.
- Network: Attend job fairs and industry events to meet potential employers and learn about internship opportunities.
- Follow-Up: After you have applied for an internship, follow up with the employer to ensure that your application was received and to express your enthusiasm for the position.
- Utilize Social Media: Use social media platforms, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, to connect with professionals in your field and increase your chances of finding an internship.
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About the Author
Lindsey Rowles is an award-winning digital content strategist located in Reno, Nevada. From exploring nearby attractions to embarking on distant adventures, Lindsey and her family love to discover new places. Every month, you can catch her News and Events review on WorkLivePlayRenoTahoe.com – a feature you won’t find anywhere else.