Deadline for submitting proposal is September 8. For more information, please contact Faith Stangler Lucine (email@example.com). Students are required to attend two workshops. Workshop I: Sept. 17, 12:30pm-1:30pm; Workshop II: Oct.15, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
Internships offer Gallatin students an opportunity to learn experientially at one of New York City’s many social institutions in the arts, media, government, business, nonprofit or community action sectors. Students gain first-hand work experience and develop skills and knowledge that will help them to explore the relationship between practical experience and academic theory, as well to pursue career options. Gallatin provides an extensive list of available internships; students may pursue their own as well. Internships are typically unpaid positions, although students in paid positions are permitted to receive credit. Students work anywhere from 8 to 24 hours each week; for each credit, students are expected to devote three to four hours per week during the fall and spring semesters, and at least seven to nine hours per week during the six-week summer sessions.