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Locating Internship Sites
 

INST majors who are interested in an internship for Frostburg credit should see the Sally A. Boniece, Coordinator of International Studies. There are several benefits in taking an internship for academic credit which include the following:
 

  • The option of either 9 or 15 credits for the internship.
  • Three elective credits of INST 492 Internship Seminar for the major "without specialized concentration" and up to 6 elective credits in the major's four concentrations.
  • Up to 15 credit hours counted toward the 120 hours needed for graduation.
  • A great line on your resume showing that you worked and went to school at the same time.


If you are interested in experiencing a challenging and rewarding summer exploring career options, see Dr. Boniece as soon as possible. The best internship sites are claimed early!

U.S. State Department - Provides internship opportunities in an array of fields such as security, protocol, interior affairs, human rights, etc. Most internships will take place in Washington, D.C. and run at various times throughout the year.

Washington Center for Internships - Helps students find internships in and around Washington, D.C. in almost any field. Internships may be in natural sciences, business, politics, mass communications, law, etc. The Washington Center Campus liaison may be reached at 1-800-486-8921.

The Brookings Institute - Brookings is a Washington, D.C. based research center which can provide students valuable internships in economic research, foreign policy research, and communications. Potential interns are required to submit an application and may do this on the Brookings homepage.

U.S. Federal Government Agencies Directory - Serves as an index and link to every U.S. Federal Government Agency. This is a good place to start when searching for an internship with the Federal Government.

Idealist - Website devoted to listing internships and jobs in the non-profit sector -- anything from computer science to women's issues (U.S. and global).

Institute for Experiential Learning - Describes itself as the premier internship program in D.C. A great place to go when looking for internships at an embassy or in foreign relations. Students must apply for internships at the Institute's homepage. FSU faculty must arrange for credit with the Institute.

Center for Strategic and International Studies

Internships in conjunction with Georgetown University

Internships Abroad (lists multiple programs)

United States Department of State

Council on Foreign Relations

Worldwatch Institute

Amnesty International

United Nations Internship Program