Beyond the Classroom
Requirements for the Internship Program
Political Science majors may earn credits in an approved internship program. (For details please contact the Political Science Internship Director; also see the literature handout outside the department office.) For summer internships, consult with Professor Paul Watanabe.
Political Science majors may earn credits in an approved internship program. To qualify for credit, an internship must be related in some meaningful way to politics, government, public service, or other facets of civic life. For further information, students should:
- Download and read the department's information sheet on internships;
- Consult with Professor Maurice Cunningham, who runs the internship program. For summer internships, consult with Professor Paul Watanabe.
Those interning in a public agency should consider the Michael S. Dukakis Internship in Public Service. Deadline: TBD. Click here for application information (common application for all scholarships and Dukakis internship).
Other Internship Opportunities
- 2012 Legislative Internship
- Boston City Council Internship
- Congressional Office Internships
- DC Internships
- Governor's Office Internship
- Greater Boston Interfaith Organizer Internship
- Mass VOTE Internship
- Mass Women's Political Caucus Internship
- Neighbor to Neighbor Mass Internship
- Task Force on Court Information Desks of the Trial Court's Access to Justice Initiative Information Desk Internship
- Intern with Elizabeth Warren's Senate Campaign: DEADLINE: February 29