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Have you looked into Google summer of code?
Depending on the area you live in, there are plenty of opportunities. For example, if you are in the marketing field, you can work in a festival or event promoting a product or service. Or if you are interested in journalism, you can work for a newspaper as an assistant in creating articles. To find internships, start with the websites of locations you can see yourself working at as an intern, or a potential employee. Also, check nonprofit organizations, these types of places are always looking for volunteers and the experience will help you obtain skills while networking with interesting people.
Start doing research now on what you'd like to be doing. Interning is fun and always a good way to try out different career paths to help you decide what you'd like to do after you've attained your degree.
Are you a student interested in health related internships and opportunities?
here's a link of what I found: http://www.cdc.gov/features/studentopportunities/