Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at Asurion, on Thursday, May 21, 2015
Some companies have a set intern program that follows a process/timeline that is restrictive to summer. Other companies are more relaxed with their internship positions and are excited to hire an intern, no matter the season. I would suggest utilizing your university network by speaking to professors, career center staff, and other students to ask if they know of companies willing to hire an intern in the spring. Also, reach out to friends and family who may have connections at company they can introduce you to. Sometimes opportunities are created by you expressing interest, rather than finding an existing opportunity.