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An international internship experience provides International Studies students with the opportunity to explore career interests while integrating practical experience gained in their field with classroom knowledge. It also allows them to further their skills in language, methods, comparative study, and an appreciation for addressing worldwide problems. In addition, the opportunity for experiential learning should have students honing skills relevant to their career aspirations such as coordination, planning, budgeting, etc. Students may pursue internships in fields such as international law, international business, public policy, global health, government or nongovernmental organizations.  

The Program in International and Comparative Studies does not place students in internships, but assists students with resources related to career and academic goals.