Emory University Summer Internship Program (EUSIP)
Summer internships frequently require that students enroll for internship credit at their university. In order to assist students facing this requirement, Emory College offers a one-credit hour summer course. This one-hour S/U credit will not count towards the hours needed to graduate from Emory College, but it will appear on your transcript and fulfill federal labor requirements.
For more information on the Summer Internship Program, students should consult the summer internship page on the Main College Site by clicking here or by visiting the Office for Undergraduate Education, 300 White Hall.
Internships during the regular (fall or spring) semester is managed by individual departments. Students should contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies or Internship coordinator in their major department.
Art History Internship
During the summer terms, art history majors and qualified non-majors are eligible to apply for an internship with the Michael C. Carlos Museum, the High Museum of Art, commercial art galleries, architectural firms, and other art- and architecture-related organizations. Students must consult with an internship adviser. Internships may carry academic credit. The students' work is supervised by personnel of the cooperating institutions and agencies. The department will attempt to facilitate any reasonable internship in Atlanta and, if plausible, in other places as well. For questions about the Art History Internship Program, contact Professor Judith Rohrer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Political Science Internship
The political science internship program provides students with an opportunity to combine academic training with field experience. The program stresses the interdependence of the University and the community. Students engage in service/learning experiences designed to supplement and enrich their educational programs through active participation in the governmental process. Currently, the Department of Political Science awards credit to student interns in a wide variety of agencies and offices in state and local government. The students usually serve in a research capacity for the assigned agency. Every attempt is made to match students' interests with agency needs. Students attend seminars to discuss the work they are doing and to relate it to academic studies and findings. Depending upon the nature of the internship, students may earn four to twelve credits in Political Science 496 for a departmentally approved internship. For more details, contact Professor J. Judd Owen, Department of Political Science, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, at email@example.com.