Here are some websites may be helpful to you in your search for summer housing during your internship.
Help Yourself to Housing Guide is a great resource which includes where to begin, what kind of decisions you need to make, housing laws you need to be aware of and much more.
- Campus Rent
- College Apartments
- Craig's List
- InternHousing.com (must be issued a Username/Password by your employer)
- Easy Roommate
- Emory University - The Summer Intern Housing Program: provides interns with housing on campus (a few minutes away from downtown).
- New York City
- Columbia University Summer Housing: attracts over 700 students from colleges and universities all over the world interning in NYC.
- Educational Housing Services: a non-profit organization that provides housing for students and interns
- International House: a residential community in the Morningside Heights neighborhood
- Iona College: one mile away from a Metro North Station with easy access into NYC and accessible to major highways.
- New School Housing: furnished rooms in the Greenwich Village, Chelsea, and South Street Seaport areas
- NYC Intern Housing
- NYU Summer Housing: living in an NYU residence hall will offer you a safe and convenient home base while you are taking classes, working, or doing an internship in New York City.
- NYU Law's Summer Living in New York: live in NYU School of Law's residential facilities; maximum stay is 12 weeks
- Polytechnic University Summer Housing: live on-campus at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn
- Webster Apartments: residences in midtown Manhattan for women who have a job or internship
- OASIS: a 3 or 4 month housing opportunity in downtown Orlando for interns.
- San Francisco
- San Francisco Homestay: safe and affordable housing for students and interns (also services Berkeley, CA)
- Washington D.C.
- Boston University's Washington, DC program: BUDC residence halls are open to non-Boston University students offering year-round housing in residence halls that include kitchens with cookware, laundry, wi-fi, and furnishing.
- Catholic University Summer Housing: Catholic University provides housing for individuals who are in Washington, D.C., for educational purposes - internships, research and educational study.
- International Student House Washington DC: long-term residence for students and interns over 21 years of age
- Georgetown University Summer Housing Georgetown offers fully-furnished, air-conditioned apartments, which accommodate 4, 5, 6, or 7 people in double occupancy bedrooms.
- Georgetown Law Summer Housing: apartment-style living including access to facilities like a fitness center and laundry rooms
- Partnership for Public Service D.C. Housing Guide
- Thompson-Markward Hall: low-cost housing on Capitol Hill for women ages 18-34.
- Washington Intern Student Housing: student housing on Capitol Hill.