Internships, Jobs & Careers
Why an internship?
- Learn through practical experience
- Invaluable as a means of professional networking and career advancement
- Make connections between regular classroom work and possible profession
- Earn college credit
- Intern in DC via our affiliation with The Washington Center
If you are interested in sponsoring an internship, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- Position Description
- Estimated hours
- Length of Position
- How to apply
- Contact information
- national, state, and local executive and legislative offices
- government agencies
- political campaigns
- party and interest group organizations,
- think tanks
- judicial agencies
- law firms
- international business
- international non-government organizations (NGOs).
Jobs, Careers, Grad School & Law School
Jobs & Careers
The International Relations faculty work closely with Career Services and students on internships and career advising. Students are highly encouraged to pursue an internship. Capstone professors help senior students to prepare for careers and graduate school. For more information, consult our career guide and visit with your faculty advisor.
- Foreign Service and other government agencies including
- International Organization Program Officer
- Legal profession as Lawyer or Judge
- Lobbyist or Political Analyst
- Public Policy Researcher
- International Sales and Marketing
- Non-Profit or Public Administrator
- International Education Specialist
Graduate & Law School
International relations is a suitable major for many graduate programs:
- Criminal justice
- International affairs
- International relations
- Law (Pre-law information)
- Political science
- Public administration
- Public Policy
2008 Graduate Director of Meetings for the American Political Science Association
November 26, 2019
Dean Fred Antczak is pleased to announce that serving as commencement marshals will be Professor Polly Diven of Political Science and Jeff Kelly Lowenstein of the School of Communication.
November 18, 2019
International Relations Students Simulate Response to Calamitous Global Event
September 11, 2019
Emmons and Coulter win the Zeeb IR Study Abroad Scholarships for 2019
September 09, 2019
Bretschneider and Mendez Win Malson Memorial Scholarship
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