Internships are a great way to:
- open doors
- develop job and life skills
- explore possible career directions
- add to your networking
- build your resume
They occur in many different settings – you will likely find
one to match your interests. Our students have learned in a variety of settings
and environments, including:
- state legislature
- non-profit organizations
- private law practices
- environmental groups
- political campaigns at national, state, and
- lobbying organizations
- international governments and organizations
All formalized intern experiences are eligible for academic
credit. In addition, some internships include a stipend.
Have a look at these internship opportunities:
For more information or assistance, please contact your
faculty adviser or the department's internship coordinator:
Dr. Paul Lenze, Jr.
Office: SBS-W 278
Dr. Lenze can assist you with questions regarding academic
credit, completing applications, additional opportunities, or any other
If you’re ready to apply for an internship, check out our application.
You will also find useful information and responses to common questions.