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Political Science & International Affairs Internships

Why Do An Internship?

Internships connect your academic coursework to careers, allow you to gain valuable work experience in a field you may want to pursue in the private or public sector, and help make you much more marketable to employers after graduation.

An internship is typically a one-semester work experience highly related to your major or minor. It has a definite beginning and end, includes real-world work experience, and involves direct supervision by an employer. Use the degree specific internship links below to get started! 

Students pursuing a Bachelor of science with a major in political science without a concentration, select the pre-law/American politics link.

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