San Antonio is a city known for its rich culture and history. After all, its most visited attraction is The Alamo, a 300-year-old mission that is still standing; and with San Antonio internships, you too could bask in all the city has to offer. There are tons of cool sights and attractions to check out here. If you want to see a good deal of them, you can stroll down the River Walk, stopping by Arneson River Theatre and the San Antonio Museum of Art along the way. There are obviously many historical landmarks in the city, like the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden and Enchanted Springs Ranch. Your internship in San Antonio could take you to some interesting places as well; accounting and engineering majors could find themselves at a major Fortune 500 like Valero Energy Corporation, while, on the other side of the spectrum, art history students could intern in San Antonio at the McNay Art Museum. And students of any major are welcome to become San Antonio interns for the city itself in one of its many departments. You have endless choices here, thanks to the sheer size of the city (the second-largest in Texas) and a local economy that has four distinct focuses: financial services, tourism, healthcare and government. You could end up anywhere here, but the choice is all up to you.