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What you need to know about Interning                                  

The criteria, eligibility requirements and procedures for Internships are determined by the academic departments and supported by the Career Services Center. Universal requirements for the campus do not exist. PLEASE NOTE: If you wish to receive academic credit for any internship you must contact & receive prior approval from your major academic department.

Internships are the single most important thing you can do to gain career-related experience. Internships have a DIRECT affect on securing high caliber entry level employment. It allows you to get a taste of the world of work and helps you assess what you really like about a field and perhaps what you do not. Here are some resources that will help you learn more about internships.

  • eRecruiting - Our own online database of companies, contacts, internship and job listings.
  • Mentor Network - Contact SU alums, for help and advice on internships.

Internship Coordinators by Departments:                   

The internship Coordinator must grant the academic credit for students.

Paul Flexner, Faculty, Art Department-Graphics, Fulton Hall (FH) 201, 410-677-5389
-Art Department Link

Tammy Donaway, Business Internship Program-ABLE-Perdue School, 410-548-5564.
-ABLE Link

Rob LaChance, Academic Program Coordinator, Center for Conflict Resolution, Center for Conflict Resolution (RC) 101, 410-219-2873, Holloway Hall (HH) 108, 410-677-0231 or ext 70231
-Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution Department Link

Dr. Jody Morrison, Faculty, Communication Arts
Fulton Hall (FH) 221, 410-543-6382 or ext 36382
-Communication Arts Department Link

Paul Gasior, Coordinator of Field Experiences, Seidel School, Teacher Education Technology Center (TE) 353E, 410-543-6277 or ext 36277
-Education Department Link

Dr. Judith Pike, Faculty, English, Holloway Hall (HH) 379
410-543-6440 or ext 36440
-English Department Link

Bill Nelson, Program Manager, Environmental Studies Internships, Holloway Hall (HH) 347, 410-543-8105 or ext 38105
-Environmental Studies Departmental Link

Dr. Judith Stribling, Faculty/Environmental Marine Sci. Coordinator, Biological Sciences, Henson Science Hall (HS) 238, 410-548-4767 or ext 84767
-Biological Sciences Department Link

Matt Nein, Health, Physical Education and Human Performance, Maggs Physical Activities Center (MC) 233, Phone:
-Health Education Department Link
-Physical Education Department Link

Dr. Jeanne Whitney, Faculty, History, Holloway Hall (HH) 361, 410-543-6543 or ext 36543
-History Department Link

Dean Defino, Faculty, Math and Computer Science,
Devilbiss Science Hall (DH) 105, 410-543-6145 or ext 36145
-Math/CS Department Link

Dr. Adam Hoffman, Faculty, Political Science, Fulton Hall (FH) 274, 410-677-0103 or ext 70103
-Political Science Department Link
-Political Science Internship Opportunities for SU students.

Dr. Natalie Hopson, Psychology
Holloway Hall (HH) 113, 410-548-5558 or ext 85558, Faculty, Psychology
-Psychology Department Link

Faculty, Social Work, Teacher Education Technology Center (TE) 254G, 410-543-6307 or ext 36307
-Social Work Department Link

Dr. Timothy Dunn, Faculty, Sociology, Fulton Hall (FH) 270,410-543-6432 or ext 36432
-Sociology Department Link

Dr. David Shuhy, Faculty, Theatre and Dance, Fulton Hall (FH) 205, 410-677-0061 or ext 70061
-Theatre/Dance Department Link

Dr. Brian Stiegler-Director, Center for International Education (many abroad internships), IE 204,

Agata Liszkowska, Associate Director, Center for International Education, IE 204, 410-334-3495


PACE Internship Contacts:                               Back to Top

Managing Director, PACE. 410-677-5045 or ext 75045.

Sexual Harassment Policies:                                      Back to Top

Internship Resources for ALL Majors

  • American Business Media-The Internship Program offers college students paid internships at business media companies nationwide in the areas of advertising sales, business/finance, corporate communications, custom media, editorial, entertainment, event planning, healthcare, IT, human resources, marketing, production/graphic design, public relations, travel and many more. Interns are placed in many major cities including New York, Washington D.C., etc.
  • BigAppleHead-Internships in the NY area by subject area for college students.
  • CDS-CDS International (CDS), founded in 1968, is a non-profit organization committed to the advancement of international practical training opportunities for young professionals, students, educators, as well as labor, business and government representatives. Today, CDS serves almost 1,400 individuals annually from over 50 other countries in Europe, Germany, Argentina, Spain, Asia and South America in a variety of work/study, internship, and study tour programs. Internships, fellowships as well.
  • *Disney College Program-Gives great descriptions of Disney Internships.
  • Educational Programmes Abroad (EPA) is a leading provider of study abroad and internship programs in Western Europe for students pursuing undergraduate studies at Universities in the USA.
  • GrouperEye-Fill out a case and win money
  • Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) National Internship Program--As the largest Hispanic internship program in the nation, with a proven track record of over 3,800 participants over the last ten years, we feel that we can help make the “connection” that you are looking for.
  • Internship site and easy to use. By state.
  • Johnson& Johnson-Internship and Co-op Opportunities for Undergraduate Students
  • Live, Learn and Intern-For more than 30 years The Fund for American Studies has sponsored educational programs of the highest quality for students with outstanding leadership potential. Both summer and semester programs in DC.
  • Long Island Works Coalition-Variety of internships in the Long Island area. Must register.
  • The National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) seeks outstanding graduate and upper division undergraduate students to serve as interns on aging and long-term care policy projects in Washington, DC. Students studying economics, gerontology, political science, public policy, health policy, social work, actuarial science or related subjects are urged to apply for this 12-week summer semester internship.
  • NBA Basketball Internships
  • NFL Football Internships
  • NHL Hockey Internships
  • National Internships Online-Very full site that includes grad school and international information.
  • National Security Agency-Internships for you.
  • National Organization for Women (NOW)
  • Network of East-West Women
  • New York City Academic Internship Program at Pace University
  • Student Conservation Association (SCA)-The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is America's largest and oldest provider of national and community conservation service opportunities, outdoor education and career training for youth by service in national parks, forests, refuges, and urban areas in all 50 states.
  • Summer Internship Programs in Germany-This summer program provides training opportunities for enrolled students in Germany. Paid placements are available in business/finance, hotel management/tourism, computer science, and engineering fields. Application deadline is January 15, for the following summer.
  • Urban Employ-Jobs-internships in many cities nationwide.

Government Internships                                            Back to Top



*MD Listing of State Offices-Takes you to the main webpage but not to the internships pages.  This is only to provide contacts.

*State and Local Government Listing-Takes you to the main webpage but not to the internships pages.  This is only to provide contacts.

Internships Abroad

  • The AIFS - recognized as a leading provider of study abroad programs. Since 1964, over 1.5 million students have traveled abroad with AIFS. With more than 45 years of experience, we have the resources and experience to provide what our students want and need in a study abroad program, and to safeguard their welfare around the globe.
    AIFS offers a wide range of unique programs in Asia, Australia, Europe, South Africa and the Americas. Most AIFS campuses offer courses in English or in foreign languages from beginner to advanced levels, so you don’t even have to know a foreign language to study abroad.*CEDEI-SU's Center for International Education can arrange internships through their partner in Ecuador, South America, Centers for Interamerican Studies.
  • *API International Internship Program-Domestic internships limit the chance to expand your global awareness and understanding. During your API program you will be immersed into the local cultural by living and working alongside locals. We will help you settle into your new home through our Workplace and Culture Orientation Program (only available through our 8-Week Fixed Date Internship Program). You will have the opportunity to learn about the history, people, and workplace differences before you start your internship placement.
  • CEA was founded in 1997 to provide international education opportunities and the highest quality student support for U.S. university students.  Today, CEA sends thousands of students every year on education abroad programs to locations in several countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, South Africa and Spain.
  • The foundation Center for Interamerican Studies (CEDEI) was designed by a group of university professors from the United States, Peru, and Ecuador. It was founded in 1991.  The principal objective: promote mutual understanding between the peoples and countries of the Americas, encouraging academic and cultural exchange as well as service to the community. CEDEI sponsors a variety of academic activities independently and in conjunction with universities in North and South America.
  • CIS Abroad-Internships Abroad to Australia, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, England, France, Ireland, Italy and more.
  • - Internships in India.  Discover India and gain practical 'on-the-job' experience in your chosen field in one of the world's most dynamic economies:  Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & PR, Architecture, Interior Design, & Real Estate, Consulting, Education, Event Management, Fashion, Film, Finance, Healthcare, HR, Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Law, Manufacturing, Medical, NGOs, Pharmaceutical, Photography, Publishing, Sport. 6, 8, or 12 week internships in India: practical international experience leveraging our local expertise.  A Salisbury native is a Managing Partner of Connectinc.
  • Cultural Embrace by API -Intern in Argentina, Brazil, china, Costa Rica, Ecuador, France and Italy.  Our goals are to provide quality service and to create opportunities for people to explore our world and enlighten their eyes, minds and hearts.
  • Cross-Cultural Solutions-Cross-Cultural Solutions is a non-profit organization that sends volunteers abroad to provide humanitarian assistance with our Volunteer Work Programs in China, Costa Rica, Ghana, India, Peru and Russia. Many of these situations could be used as internships.
  • GlobaLinks Learning Abroad has over 20 years of experience working within the field of international education serving both students and advisors. We are a leader in study abroad known for high-quality, full service programs with excellent value in a wide range of locations throughout Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Asia, and Europe.
  • Global Service Corps (GSC) is a nonprofit international volunteer organization providing opportunities for people worldwide to live and work in Thailand and Tanzania. Programs are offered year-round from two weeks to six months. Enjoy a true cultural immersion by staying in a homestay with local families.
  • Global Volunteer Network- Offers volunteer opportunities in community projects throughout the world. Currently in Alaska, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ghana, Honduras, India, Kenya, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, and Vietnam.
  • *Global site founded by SU Alumni, Steven Reilly. Places students in internships.
  • IES Abroad- Develop your professional skills and provide substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market.  You are guaranteed* a placement at a local business or organization and take a corresponding academic seminar—all as part of your study abroad course load. Earn 1 to 9 credits, depending on the program.  In the summer, you can opt to participate in one of our full-time internship programs in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney.
  • The Institute for Central American Development Studies ICADS offers a 14-week internship and Research Program each semester in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
  • source for international internships. Search for paid and volunteer, academic and non-academic internships, as well as college credit practical training programs around the world.
  • Intern.StudyAbroad
  • International Partnership for Service-Learning-offers a fully integrated study abroad and volunteering experience. By uniting academic study with substantive volunteer service and living in a family home stay or with students on-campus, you are fully immersed in several levels of the culture at once.
  • International Service for Human Rights-SHR internships will involve being a member of a multicultural team responsible for monitoring a variety of United Nations human rights meetings, such as the treaty bodies and working groups and in particular, the annual sessions of the Commission on Human Rights and its Sub-Commission.
  • The Center for Cross Cultural Study in Seville, Spain-Internships
  • US Commercial Service London Intern Program. The US Commercial Service offers an active internship program throughout the year and welcomes applications from suitable candidates seeking experience promoting trade between the United States and the United Kingdom.
  • Salisbury University Education Department-Click here for student teaching internships in China
  • Salisbury University Education Department-Click here for student teaching internships in New Zealand
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