Apr 12, 2016 04:20 AM EDT

Big Cities To Intern In This Summer, Jump Start Your Internship Career

By Jane Reed

Summer is coming and that doesn't just mean vacations for some American families. It means jobs and internships for students.

If you're thinking about hopping over to another city to jump-start your internship career, then thankfully, Uloop has the best big cities for you to intern this summer. When contemplating which internship you should apply to, consider what the big cities have to offer.

Here are some big cities for you to try and consider for your internship choices, courtesy of Dream Careers:

1. New York

The Big Apple houses tons of opportunities for fashion majors, theater majors and internships for mostly all majors. Your social life and career life will boom under the glamorous roof of New York. Uloop notes that "The City That Never Sleeps" will help you graduate to your successful field, as long as you work for it.

2. Los Angeles

L.A is a city that always has something happening. Los Angeles always has something for you if you are studying fashion, film, casting, graphic design, photography, music and publishing. The city is known for making a statement that goes global. If you're looking to experience the life of a publisher and the extreme roles of the film industry, this is your city.

3. Paris

Maybe thinking about going abroad? Paris isn't only about the Eiffel Tower. It is the fashion capital of the world and it will enrich your portfolio if you are to intern under the biggest fashion houses and brands that are renowned globally. You may want to try fashion design or handling events. Either way, Paris knows how to make it big in the world.

4. San Francisco

San Francsico is not a boring city with its veganism and Golden Gate Bridge. You could get your big break in San Francisco! Lots of majors are welcome in this thriving city, known for its multiple industries.

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