The internship provides an opportunity for practical application of knowledge in approved work situations with faculty supervision, guidance, and evaluation.
Internships can afford an opportunity to apply knowledge outside the classroom, while allowing students the opportunity to use the knowledge in a transformative way that enhances our communities. Actual work situations may be very different from what a student imagines, and an orientation to what one may actually be doing in one's career, or to what kind of support or other related work will intersect with one's job, can be invaluable.
CES students complete an internship as part of their major requirements.
Women's Studies students complete an internship as part of their major requirements.
Originally developed for W St 410, this extensive guide lists organizations and internship opportunities sorted by region and mission.