There are many internship abroad opportunities to choose from. To get started with researching your internship abroad, visit the online resources page and search the study abroad databases and study abroad program provider webpages. If you have any questions during the process, contact the office of International Affairs or the Academic and Career Advising Center. While we may not be knowledgeable about all the internship abroad programs available, we have access to education abroad professionals across the United States and a system for vetting internship program providers.
To consider while conducting your research...
- Paid or unpaid?
- Who is responsible for finding your internship placement?
- What kind of skills or experience do I want to gain? Which programs best match my goals?
- Do I want to do a summer internship or as an academic semester abroad (classes and internship)?
- What is the cost?
How internships work at Longwood
- Credit for Goal 15 granted by department
- Course registration handled by department chair
- Agreements and Evaluations
- Tasks while and after completing internship
Office of International Affairs, Stevens Hall 111, http://www.longwood.edu/internationalaffairs/index.html
Academic & Career Advising Center, Lancaster G-08, www.longwood.edu/career