Internships offer you a chance to develop both technical and transferable skills while making vital professional contacts with others in the field. Many students begin exploring internship opportunities, including overseas study programs with internships, as early as their freshman year.
In the past, students have worked with Slavica Publishers (based in Bloomington) or have interned abroad for a chamber of commerce or various museums. Sometimes there are research-assistant and work-study positions through the department and its faculty.
Students majoring in Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures have also pursued internships in Washington, D.C. and other locations in the U.S. and around the world.
Learn more about internships, including the possibility of receiving credit, through The Walter Center for Career Achievement, where you’ll find many resources for both domestic and international internships.