Internship Fair: Local, Domestic, and International

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Internship Fair: Local, Domestic, and International 2019

A comprehensive internship fair for students and graduates of all levels, including local, domestic, and international opportunities

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Main Campus, Smith Brasher Lobby

CNM Students from all academic disciplines are invited to meet with employers offering: 

  • Local Intern Opportunities
  • Domestic Intern Opportunities
  • International Intern Opportunities

Who Will Be Here: 

  • American Indian Development Associates, LLC (AIDA) is offering a paid internship opportunity for students in Social Science Programs. Students in the TVSI program will be able to observe and assist tribal victim advocates provide services to victims of crime and learn how a tribal victim service program operates.

  • Bernalillo County is currently looking for interns for accounting, youth services, planning and development services, and treasurer departments. Bernalillo County offers a broad range of public services from excellent parks to economic development to more than 642,000 people in New Mexico's most populous county.  Located in central New Mexico, Bernalillo County is home to Albuquerque and services as a major economic and cultural crossroads in the American Southwest.

    * The Public Works Division maintains over 700 miles of roads, trails, thoroughfares and storm sewers. 

    * The Community Services Division includes Parks and Recreation, Environmental Health, Housing as well as Building, Planning and Zoning. 

    * Public Safety functions include Fire and Rescue, Sheriff, adult and juvenile detention centers and emergency communications. 

    * Budget Finance and Administrative responsibilities include a variety of internal operations such as building maintenance, human resources, fleet management and information technology.

  • CISabroad is a leading international education organization, with international internships located in 14 countries. CISabroad works within the community to place students in the international internship that fits their personal and professional goals. CISabroad is recruiting all majors and students to apply for our internships for summer, fall and spring placements. To learn more, view intern placements and speak with an advisor, visit 

  • Keep America Beautiful is dedicated to community education initiatives and activities focused on litter prevention, beautification and recycling. We work to inspire communities to help build a clean and sustainable future for the City. 

  • Kirtland Air force Base/377th/BW will provide information on all occupations and upcoming internships. Positions are available for all majors.

  • Los Alamos National Laboratory is the premier laboratory within the Department of Energy. With the mission focus of National Security to the United States of America, Los Alamos has been at the forefront of science, technology and engineering and has charged new paths of discovery. The Lab has contributed to everything from exploring new worlds to providing solutions to everyday life. Los Alamos has been the answer for generations and will continue to be for generations to come. 

  • Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel has set the standard for guest services in New Mexico and they bring that same excellence to how they treat their team members. By building a workplace founded on respect, fun and passion, the Star is proud to be a Top Work Places finalist 5 years and running. Looking to join the Star Team? Culinary Arts, Slot department, Facilities, Hotel, IT, Surveillance, Marketing and Security. 

  • Sandia National Labs Intrigued by the possibility of applying classroom theory in a real-world work environment? Consider Sandia.  Each year Sandia welcomes students from around the country - from those in their final years of high school to researchers obtaining PhDs - to work in a variety of technical and business positions. Interns work on real-world challenging projects to contribute to critical national goals.

    Our internships provide students

      * Opportunities to work on challenging projects at competitive pay

      * Academic credits for some co-op and other internships

      * Research mentoring from top scientists & engineers

      * Training and practical work experience using state-of-the-art equipment & instruments

  • Skorpios is a semiconductor company delivering highly integrated products based upon it's proprietary, wafer-scale, heterogeneous integration process. This novel process leverages the existing silicon manufacturing ecosystem to enable high bandwidth interconnectivity at mature CMOS manufacturing costs. Skorpios' unique platform can be used to address a wide range of applications; high speed video, data and voice communications for networking, cloud computing, consumer, medical and more.

  • Tyto Athene We provide optimized network solutions, integrate voice, video, data, mobility, VoIP networks and chat services, and provide mobility solutions to clients who require their users to have contact connectivity while on the move. In addition, Tyto Athene provides video and command information display systems and complex design, installation, and integration of public security and safety systems. In Albuquerque, Tyto Athene provides network, telecom, telecom security and infrastructure support under contract with Sandia National Labs. We are currently recruiting IT majors for regular full time employment as well as our intern program.

Arrive Early. Get a list of employers online. Plan your order of execution.

Internship Event Tips

  1. Develop a Game Plan. Visit your top choices first, but don’t forget to network with companies who sound interesting to you but don’t indicate work in your field. Many companies often hire for positions from all areas.     
  2. Empower Yourself. Job recruiters are looking for employees just like you. They have a need for hiring, that’s why they are at this event. Don’t be shy about introducing yourself and really highlighting your skills and interest.
  3. Start “Wowing!” You’ll only have a few minutes to “wow” a recruiter, so make it interesting, concise, and memorable.