The Sociology Department Internship is a 4-credit, unpaid work placement designed to provide qualified junior and senior sociology majors the opportunity to gain further knowledge and understanding of sociological concepts in an applied, community-based organizational setting. Student participants will be required to contribute 8 to 10 hours a week in service to an organization and meet once a week in a seminar with other internship participants. During the seminar, knowledge and experiences gained from your internship experience will be shared and analyzed.
The Career Development Office is a resource for you to use no matter how long it has been since your graduation. You should make yourself familiar with their website and services so that your transition from school to work can be a successful one. Make sure you explore this site fully. There are many opportunities for internships, as well as work opportunities on campus to applying directly for available jobs. You should return to this resources often, as new opportunities are regularly posted.
Idealist.org is a job, internship, and volunteer opportunity search site that allows you to search for opportunities anywhere in the United States. Many of the placements on this site are non-profit human services organizations.