You can undertake an internship with the approval of your advisor and Department Chair. In doing so, you'll earn academic credit while gaining real-life professional experience.
In every field, historians are found making significant contributions as employees, managers, and consultants. Talk to your faculty advisor who can help you refine your interests and skills through internships, projects, or a practicum.
The following internships can be taken for credit as PSC 483, Law Internship, during regular semesters and, in some cases, during the summer. A GPA of 3.0 or higher, as well as the approval of the Program Director, is required. Students without a 3.0 GPA can take an alternative internship, selected under the guidance of the Legal Studies Program Director.
Several different internships are available to political science majors, locally and out of town. A GPA of 2.7 is a prerequisite for the following:
She interned at the Center for American Progress and at Mobilize.org in Washington, D.C. "Living and working in a new environment, making new friends, and enjoying our nation's capital, I had the privilege to develop my professional skills in organizations that aim to better serve our communities," she says.
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