Through internships, students gain hands-on work experience and develop skills and knowledge that may lead to employment. Internships are credit-bearing work experiences in non-classroom environments that enable students to learn experientially at cultural and community-based institutions, social justice organizations, and private companies. Internships provide an opportunity for students to explore connections between academic ideas and professional experiences.
Internships are available in a variety of fields, including business, education, film, journalism, legal services, fashion and the Arts. Successful internships held by students have included:
Your Internship Search
On this page you will find explanations on how to search, propose and enroll in credit-bearing internships through Gallatin
Building Your Internship Portfolio
On this page you will find information on how to build your internship portfolio and an explanation of the elements of the portfolio you'll need to submit to Gallatin.
Click here for links to forms, internship grant information, internship search engines, and other internship resources.
On this page you will find video recordings of Gallatin students describing their internships.