The Career Development Center lists many on-going internships at the DESTINATIONS web portal. Feel free to check that listing for a full range of credit and non-credit offerings. Those listed below are special, short-term opportunities.
Boston University Summer Study Internship Program
- 12 week program
- During first 6 weeks, students take two academic courses chosen from one of eight tracks, earning 8 credits.
- During final 6 weeks, BU places each individual in a professionally relevant internship at a Boston area firm or organization.
- Students also enroll in a 2 – credit Internship Course which continues through both academic and internship phases of the program.
- By conclusion of the Summer Study Internship Program, students will have earned a total of 10 semester credits and gained exceptional preparation for their future careers.
Summer 2013 Program Tracks:
- Arts & Culture
- Business & Management
- Graphic & Web Design
- Health Sciences & Policy
- Politics, Public Policy & Law
- Psychology & Social Policy
More information available at bu.edu/summer/internship
NY Union Semester
NY Union Semester for students who are passionate about social justice. (Combines academic scholarship with on-the-ground experience at organizations committed to building a fairer society.) Now accepting applications for the fall 2013 semester. NY Union Semester provides undergraduate and graduate students with
- A 32-hour/week, 15-week internship at a New York City labor union or a labor-affiliated organization;
- Labor studies courses at the Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies at the City University of New York (CUNY);
- A weekly stipend and monthly unlimited-ride transit allowance;
- In-state tuition and a scholarship
- A certificate in Labor Studies from CUNY’s School of Professional Studies along with 16 undergraduate or 12 graduate credits; plus
- Networking opportunities and the chance to experience New York City and its rich cultural and political life. Many New York Union Semester graduates become union or community organizers, researchers, labor lawyers or administrators at not-for-profit organizations.
Students wishing to apply for the fall 2013 semester should submit their applications by June 17th. More information and application at www.unionsemester.org or go here https://app.applyyourself.com/ to apply. I have attached a flyer you can post and distribute as well as a one-page description of the program.
Rhode Island Department of Transportation
Summer 2013 Internships for college students at Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT).
CLICK HERE for the flyer that explains the internship program. You may contact Kathleen Sisson at 222 – 3260 X. 4459 if you have any questions: