Graduate internships provide students a valuable opportunity to apply the skills they learn in the classroom with real-world experience in a variety of areas of interest. Suffolk students have intered at the state, local and federal level, and in international settings.
GVT 723 Graduate Internship- This internship option is recommended for students seeking careers in professional politics or international relations. Typically, an internship will involve supervised work at a professional level in a political campaign, on a legislative staff, in an international non-governmental organization, or in a legislative relations for a governmental agency or private organization. Internship placement must be approved by the student’s advisor, and will typically require at least 20 hours of work per week for the duration of a semester and the completion of a research paper based on the internship experience. The research paper must be approved by a departmental committee. 3 Graduate Credits
- Internship Proposal Guidelines
- Internship Contract
- Internship Completion
- Internship Presentation Guidelines
- Request for Faculty Hearing
- Presentation Completion