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Interning opportunties through UGA

Romance Languages study abroad programs can offer credit-bearing internships. Find out what opportunities are available through the Portuguese Flagship Program, the Teaching in Italy internshipUGA en Buenos Aires, UGA en España, and UGA en France by contacting the directors of those programs.  If you would like to use your language skills interning full-time in Washington D.C. for a semester and earn credit, look into UGA's Washington Semester Program

Finding an EXTERNAL Internship (Outside UGA)

tree of languages
From "Tree of Languages" by Minna Sundberg

The links below are intended to help students independently identify external internship opportunities offered outside of UGA in French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish-speaking countries, or to find U.S. based internationally-oriented internships or ones that value language and humanities expertise. This is not an exhaustive list.

Some of the opportunities below are paid, while others are unpaid. Keep in mind that scholarship funding for study abroad or experiential learning can be used to fund an internship.  Start exploring these links now to become familiar with what's out there.  You'll need to plan ahead to have time to locate an opportunity, apply, and secure funding from all sources for which you are eligible.  It is recommended students begin looking for a summer internship during the previous fall semester.

Do make an appointment with Christine Lasek-White, Internship and Career Coordinator for the Humanities in the early stages of your search We encourage students to meet with a faculty member in the language of study, such as a current or previous professor, to discuss interviews and applications before submission.

UGA's Career Center has resources on finding external internships as well: Even if you find an external internship but are not interested in taking it for credit, it can still count for your Experiential Learning requirement.

Bonne chance, in bocca al lupo, boa sorte & buena suerte!

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