If your application is approved, the internship program coordinator, Prof. Debora Spini, will contact you via email and give you the name of the faculty member who will supervise your internship. It is then your responsibility to contact the faculty supervisor immediately to set up an appointment.

Prof. Spini places students with host organizations according to the students’ academic objectives and the host organizations’ needs. Every effort is made to satisfy students’ preferences, yet first choices cannot be guaranteed. It is therefore recommended that you indicate 2-3 preferences in case your first choice is not available.

If only one host organization interests you, that should be stated on the application, but, again, this does not guarantee your request can be satisfied.

If you are seeking a type of internship experience not listed in the booklet, indicate this on the application and make an appointment with Prof. Spini. It may be possible to build an internship around your needs.

Some internships are not offered every semester. To the extent possible, this information is updated regularly in the Host Organization booklet, however, it may be impossible to include last- minute changes.

Important: It is the student’s responsibility to check email regularly. Messages requesting a reply should be answered promptly.

Host Organizations


Internship Application


Internship Proposal Agreement


Student Letter of Agreement