Employers are increasingly wanting to see career-relevant work experience in the new grads they hire. When you gain internship experience, you are increasing the probability of landing full-time employment.
Internships are a great way for you to "test the waters" of your career field and discover your niche in a particular area of study. You'll build your network, your resume, and will gain valuable skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills employers seek. Below are some 2017 listings of internships (paid and unpaid positions) for both our undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in the College of Public Policy.
If you're an undergraduate student studying criminal justice, you can visit the department's internship webpage to learn more on how to get started on your internships and required paperwork.
Graduate and undergraduate students studying public administration can visit the department page to learn more about how to get started on your internships and required paperwork.
Please visit their page to learn more about field placement opportunities
Potential and new students are encouraged to explore their career objectives and work with the Graduate Advisor of Record to identify elective courses that will meet the student’s learning and experience objectives.
Please contact Dr. Corey Sparks at (210) 458-3166 or email email@example.com.
Summer/Fall 2017 Internship listings
Alamo Area Council of Governments
You'll have the opportunity to focus on the community of Pleasanton to build economic development capacity to identify needs and resources to attract higher-paying jobs and opportunities.
This internship will start in August/September. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to apply. Someone will reach out to you shortly
The Prosthetic Foundation
Others to consider:
District Office Internship with Joaquin Castro (summer 2017): https://castro.house.gov/how-can-i-help/internships
Archer Center Fellowship: http://www.archercenter.org/
Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU): http://www.hacu.net/hacu/HACU_Student_Programs.asp
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute: http://chci.org/programs/
City of San Antonio Management Fellows (COSA):https://www.sanantonio.gov/HR/CareerCenter.aspx#lt-13706901-management-fellows (applications will be available at the end of October, 2016)
Luna Legislative Scholars: http://www.tshrc.org/luna-scholars-fellows-program/
UTSA Legislative Scholars: http://honors.utsa.edu/students/programs/legislative-scholars
Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program: https://www.ppiaprogram.org/ppia/
City of San Antonio Student Internships: student internships