Internships

Internship Opportunities: 2018

 

Life in the world beyond the campus provides students with invaluable experiences that complement their programs of study.  The experiential learning requirement may be fulfilled through an internship experience (minimum of 3 course credits and 120 hours of internship experience; detail below). All Wilkes Honors College students –including international and transfer students – are required to participate in an experiential learning program. All internships must be approved prior to registering for an internship course.


Please take the time to review the HC internship guidelines before applying to an internship by clicking the button below. You may not receive credit for internships started without completing and submitting the proper paperwork.



View below for current internship opportunities:


DC Internships

Date Posted: January 18, 2018

 

Public Policy and Economics program is now accepting applications for the February 7, 2018 Priority Deadline. We are very happy to announce that through our Leadership Scholars Program, we have at least 25 full scholarships to aid students in attending our summer 2018 programs in Washington, DC. Details may be found by clicking here.

The Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems (ICPES) is an eight week summer academic internship program sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with George Mason University. The program offers undergraduate students a first-hand look at the U.S. political system through:

• An internship placement in public policy or economics
• Courses for credit in economics and government
• Exclusive lectures, briefings and professional development seminars
• Housing in the heart of Washington, DC

Our goal is to help students close the gap between theory and practice and develop skills to manage today’s most pressing policy challenges. As you know, today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. Building on what you have taught them in the classroom, we are committed to providing an educational experience that will prepare your students for successful careers in public policy.

Please share the announcement below with any student whose aspiration is to be among the next generation of professionals to shape tomorrow’s political or public policy landscape.

Students should apply by February 7 for priority admissions and scholarship consideration.

Please visit www.DCinternships.org/ICPES for detailed information on the program. Please contact me at 202.986.0384 or mstankus@tfas.org with any questions. Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Comparative Medicine

Date posted: January 17, 2018

Comparative Medicine provides the appropriate resources for achieving high-quality research outcomes to all engaged in animal research at FAU through humane and ethical animal care and use. This position (Laboratory Animal Technician) entails animal husbandry, janitorial duties, and researcher support.

  • Any student welcome with at least one year left of school
  • Expected to work 10-20 hours a week
  • Expected start and end date is open
  • Must have transportation and a valid driver's license to drive the department's van and golf cart.
  • Paid position, $10/hour
  • Interview expected before taking the job.

 

 

 

Should you need additional information, please email Carrie List.

 

Carrie List

Facilities Manager

Comparative Medicine

561-558-4217

clist@fau.edu 

 



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