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Internships in a variety of fields such as community development, human rights, governance, and education are available. You are also welcome to research your own internship opportunity.

Key Facts

  • Internships are required.


You can intern in English.


You’ll take a course to guide your internship experience. To meet the course requirements, you may be required to participate in meetings, discussions, journaling, and a final project.

  • Pass/no pass credit


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.