Recruiting now for: Summer and Fall

Whether you've landed an internship or are still looking, we are here to help! Summer and Fall internships can be remote, in person, or a bit of both. As you start applying, make sure to learn about getting credit.

Not sure where to start? Complete our internship help guide, check out the tools below, and get inspired by our list of past internship locations. Looking for a program that will match you with an internship? Check out the Communities of Practice

Semester Internship Programs:

Semester-Away Internship Programs

Communities of Practice

Micro-internships

Community News Service

 

How to find an internship:

Internship Help Guide (Step-by-step)

Internship Search Tips

Reach out directly to an organization

Search and Apply via Handshake

Application Guide & Search Engines

Navigating Anti-Blackness

International Students please see the Office of International Education's guide to internships.

 

Credit information:

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:

We understand that many students are juggling course work, rent, bills and part-time jobs. There are scholarships available to CAS students to help relieve the burden of unpaid work experience during the summer. For help during the school year, get in touch with UVM FOUR.

Summer Internship Scholarships

Summer Internship Housing

 

Find out what's possible...

Intern Stories

Career Interest Groups

 

Arts & Sciences Internship Policy: 

The College of Arts & Sciences follows the University Policy on Academic Internships with the following clarifications (as of April 2016): 

A maximum of 12 hours of internship credit may be counted toward the B.A. or B.S. degree. Individual departments determine whether internships count toward the major and minor. Students are expected to either enroll in an internship course or work independently with a faculty member to design a readings and research project that complements the internship activity. Internship work must be done during the same semester in which the student is enrolled for internship credit. 

Do you still have questions?

Check out the Career Center's full guide to getting an internship, email Richard Watts, or fill out our online internship help form and then make an appointment. 

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So, you landed an internship!

Congratulations! Here are some tips, ideas and best practices to help you get the most out of your experience.

 

Faculty Resources: 

Tools and Data

 

Intern Jamal Neal

Jamal Neal ('19, Neuroscience) interned at the UVM Interfaith Center during spring 2018. 

"I’m not entirely sure what I want to do yet but working in this internship has definitely helped start a path; it has provided me with a ton of insight for what I can do."

Intern Lilly Oates

Lilly Oates ('20, Political Science, English) interned during summer 2019 at the World Schools Debate Academy in Slovenia and was a recipient of the CAS Internship Scholarship. 

"This experience will allow me to network with and learn about teaching debate from some of the best and most experienced debate trainers in the world. Debate is very important to me and coaching students' debate has been a really fulfilling experience."

 

Over the last four years, internships in CAS have almost tripled, from 250 to 700 per year. Will you join that number?