Students in the Department of Politics and International Affairs are encouraged to participate in a variety of internship opportunities including a full time Washington Semester program through the Washington Center (spring, summer and fall); and the SUNY Brockport Washington Semester Program (fall and spring), several full time Albany programs (including the Albany Semester Program {spring, summer and fall} and the New York State Assembly and Senate Internships {spring only}), as well as a variety of local internships.

For information on internships in Washington contact Dr. David Rankin in E398 Thompson Hall (tel. 716-673-4715); E-mail: Dr. Jonathan Chausovsky.

For information on internships in local government and politics contact Dr. Richard Jankowski in E392 Thompson Hall (tel. 716-673-3886). 

For internships dealing with the legal system, contact Dr. James Hurtgen in E386 Thompson Hall (tel. 716-673-3885).

The Internship Office provides additional information on these and other opportunities and college policy on experiential education.

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