Hoping to get some experience during the school year? Check out these internship programs based right here in Burlington!
Semester for Impact
Spend 32 hours/week interning with a local social change/non profit organization while learning how to become a changemaker at the national level and earning 15 UVM credits.
Communities of Practice - Mentored Internships
Work with a local organization on a project or initiative while learning from working professionalis in your area of interest. A great first-step into internships!
The Community News Service
Write for local community news organizations while getting hands-on training in how to be an effective journalist. Open to all students interested in writing or reporting about their area of interest.
Practice your global citizenship at one of these internship programs located in major U.S. cities!
Semester in the City
Spend 32 hours/week interning with a social change/non profit organization in Boston while learning how to become a changemaker at the national level and earning 15 UVM credits.
The Washington Center
Live in the Global City and participate in a 32hr/week internship gaining career-forwarding skills and engaging with a national network of peers and alumni - all while earning 15 UVM credits!
Arts in Action
Engage your passions for arts and social activisim in this semester-long internship program while living in NYC and earning 15 UVM credits!
Each summer, CAS sponsors a small handful of paid internship opportunities working with the Fleming Museum, Vermont Public, MAZON: a Jewish Response to Hunger, The Burlington Free Press, and the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty.
The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to sponsor unpaid or underpaid internship experience with scholarships up tp $4000 per student.
Global Tech Experience - New!
The University of Vermont has partnered with Podium Education to offer a 4-credit, online Global Tech Experience. In this program you will tackle real-world problems in a global context while learning an in-demand technology skill. You'll work with students from over 40 countries on both asynchronous and synchronous coursework in one of four tracks: Digital Marketing, Coding for Web, Data Analytics, or Coding for Data. Ideal for the liberal arts student looking to add marketable skills to their repertoire!
Get paid to do short-term work for companies--remotely!
How to find an Independent internship:
CAS offers credit for any internship! Whether you have an internship in Vermont, online, or choose to do one of our programs, you can get credit toward your degree.
Affording an internship:
The deadline for UVM's summer internship funding has passed as of March 23rd. For additional resources and help during the school year, get in touch with UVM FOUR.