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Internships

Internships in a variety of fields such as art, education, government, and community service are available. It's a good idea to research your own opportunities to maximize finding the best placement for you.

Key Facts

Internships are optional.

Language

Nearly all internships require fluency in Spanish. The language expectation varies by placement.

Academics

No course is required, but to receive academic credit you’ll have regular meetings with an internship supervisor and a final project or paper. You will receive detailed instructions on how to get credit for your internship after you apply to the program.

  • The internship can replace a course
  • Pass/no pass credit

Arrangements

To arrange your internship, you may fill in a form or meet with an advisor. Depending on your goals and interests, you may find a match right away. You may also need to attend an interview to determine whether an internship placement is a good fit. You make most arrangements before you arrive.

Get an Award

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Scoring academic credit while learning real-world skills during an internship is just the start. After your program ends, you can apply for an award. You’ll focus on the marketable skills you gained—an ideal addition to your résumé.

AWARD

$500

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