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POS 484 is not a traditional course. So, what is an internship? What will you do in this course? This course is designed to help you with “hands on” real world experience. Are you meant to work in politics or for a political organization? Is a governmental job for you, or maybe a think tank? By completing an internship you should be able to answer these questions more definitively. This course helps you prepare for the full-time job of finding a job!
Click “here” to view a flow chart of the POS 484 internship experience.
Students are encouraged to seek out and research different internship opportunities on their own. All paperwork and final approval must go through Dr. Woodall before the student begins the internship. If you want to find an internship or job that is just right for you, register with ASU Career and Professional Development Services. Click here to get started using "Handshake".
Follow the Political Science Internship Facebook page for the most recent internship opportunities.
These deadlines are the absolute latest a student may register for POS 484 credit. All paperwork (including application, agreement, and student-placement agreement form) must be completed by:
- Internship credit must be earned during the semester in which a student completes the internship (i.e., retroactive credit is not granted).
- Honors contracts are not available with POS 484.
- Final acceptance of internship applications and agreements are determined and approved by Dr. Woodall, and, when necessary, the Associate Director of the School, Dr. Herrera.
- Follow the Political Science Internship Facebook page for the most recent internship opportunities.