Academic internship located in the U.S; may be paid/unpaid; onsite/remote/hybrid internship.


Typically, undergrad students or grad students with academic department permissions.


  • Test drive possible careers and explore different job markets while gaining relevant work experience.
  • Engage in networking and make long-term connections.
  • Learn about career path options and determine most suitable pathway to pursue.
  • An enhanced resume setting you apart from others.

Related Courses


  • Prerequisites vary by academic major. Examples:
    • Completion of at least 3 core courses.
    • Internship must be related to the field of study, facilitate learning process, and provide a professional experience.

Finding Opportunities

How to Apply/Register

  • Complete student interest form to learn more.
  • Learn about course application process and deadlines on the Finding an Internship page; complete course application by deadline once internship is secured.
  • Advanced planning may be required.