Int'l Studies Internship Opportunities

Planning your career...

Internships provide opportunities for students to gain experience in a particular field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career, create a network of contacts, or female workinggain school credit. An internship may be either paid, unpaid or partially paid (in the form of a stipend). Internship positions are available from businesses, government agencies, non-profit groups, non-governmental organizations and education centers.

International Studies students are strongly encouraged to seek international internship opportunities, usually available during the summer. Your starting point should be the SUNY Fredonia career Development office, located in Gregory hall, 2nd floor.

Internship Opportunities For International Studies Students

 

International Institute of Buffalo 

Council of Foreign Relations

Fulbright Programs: Teach English Abroad

Student Intern Program at the OAS

The Council of Foreign Relations

Media, Journalism

Mediators Beyond Borders

Bread for the World

Peace Corps

Human Rights Watch

U.S. State Deparment

Amnesty International 

Intern Abroad

InterExchange Foundation

National Endowment for Democracy

Global Experiences

NewspaperCareerBank-Journalism

Food and Water Watch

Parks and Environmentalism

SUNY Fredonia Internship Resources

 

For the SUNY Washington Internship Program, please contact Dr. David Rankin, Department of Politics and International Affairs


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