Each student must secure and confirm an intern position at an acceptable internship site. The list below includes previous internship sites and sites that have recently expressed interest in onboarding interns. Though open intern positions are not guaranteed at these organizations, they are representative of acceptable sites. University Career Services also provides additional internship site possibilities.
The central focus of an internship site must be one of the following: 1) research, data analysis, and/or program evaluation, 2) casework and/or counseling, 3) law and/or public policy, 4) public relations, 5) social, health, and/or government services, 6) education, 7) community organizing, activism, and/or advocacy, or 8) human resources.
In addition to training and onboarding, the central tasks of an internship role must be administration, education, coordination, advising, research, evaluation, and/or analysis.
Internship site supervisors are responsible for assigning internship tasks, signing Weekly Task Logs, and completing a Midterm Evaluation and an End-of-Term Evaluation.
Last Updated: 10/1/21