Internships That Take You Places

A Wide Range of Internship Options

Internships are a pillar of a Salisbury University education. The Career Services Office calls internships “the single most important thing you can do to gain career-related experience.” Hands-on learning experiences are mandatory for some majors and strongly recommended for all.

  • Perdue School of Business students are required to have an Applied Business Learning Experience that includes a faculty-guided class and work-site internship.
  • In the Fulton School of Liberal Arts, practicums are a must for communication arts, while other majors have worked with elected officials and in global conflict resolution. 
  • College of Health and Human Services students train at regional hospitals and through other field placements. 
  • Henson School of Science and Technology students have interned with the National Institutes of Health and joined surgeons for global medical missions. 
  • The Seidel School of Education provides classroom experience through its national award-winning Professional Development School network.
This is just a sampling of the many internship opportunities available to SU students.
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