Looking for an internship or engagement opportunity? Check out these internship resources through SECD and different SBS departments. Explore internship and engagement opportunities not just in your major, but beyond! You may also be able to earn academic credit for your internship through your major, minor, or SBS 393.
- The Washington Center Summer Internship program.
- Global Virtual Internship Program
- Arizona Legislative Internships
- BIO5 Internship and Engagement Opportunities
- Earth Grant
- RISE Internships
Student Engagement and Career Development: Finding an Internship and building skills
- Handshake: The University of Arizona’s job and internship portal.
- Take SBS 311 and SBS 411 to explore career and internship opportunities
- Attend Career Events
- Build Professional Skills and Build Your Network
- Apply for a Summer Impact Scholarship to cover the costs of an unpaid or underpaid summer internship
- Blue Chip Leadership
Alumni: Build your network
- Wildcat Mentor Society: get connected with an alumni mentor!
- Interview an alumni about their career by connecting with them on the Bear Down Network.
Internship Forums and Opportunities by Department: Check out opportunities beyond your major. Connect with the Internship contact in your department as well
- American Indian Studies
- Arabic and Middle Eastern and North African Studies
- Care, Health, and Society and Sociology
- English, Creative Writing, Professional and Technical Writing
- School of Geography, Development, Environment: Geography, Urban and Regional Development, Environmental Studies, GIST
- School of Geography, Development, and Environment: Food Studies
- Gender and Women’s Studies
- History and Global Studies
- iSchool: Information Science and Technology, Arts, eSociety, Games
- Judaic Studies
- Journalism, Studies of Global Media (GLO students can talk to their advisor about SBS 393 and JOUR internship credit)
- Latin American Studies
- Mexican American Studies
- Careers in Linguistics
- Philosophy and PPEL
- School of Government and Public Policy: Law, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Public Management and Policy
Engagement and other Opportunities
- Poverty in Tucson Project
- School Garden Workshop
- Arabic Flagship Program
- Project Go
- Engagement Courses
- UROC (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium)
- Become an SBS ambassador
- Pre-Health Resources A-Center
- Pre-Law Resources A-Center (distinct from Law major)
- Forge UA
- Project SOAR
- Project FOCUS
- National Park Service Internship Programs
- Trak Tucson Internships
Employers: Want to hire an SBS student?
Please connect with Student Engagement and Career Development!