Today it is essential for undergraduate students to augment their academic programs with internships and other forms of active learning. By participating in domestic and international internships, students will be better prepared for the world of work and graduate school. 

Internships provide opportunities for students to gain practical training in supervised settings where they can explore career choices early, test classroom theory, establish professional contacts, build self-confidence, and gain a wide range of work-related skills. 

Read more about internship assistance offered to Social Science students within the Experiential Learning section.