If you are interested in an internship,
please enroll in one of the following courses:
- CD 99/199 Community Field Placement:
Work and study in a variety of programs
serving children and families. Placements
include child advocacy programs, museums,
hospitals, children's media, social service
centers, and government agencies. Placements
are supervised in a seminar or in consultation.
Prerequisite: Consent (important to make an
appointment with Professor Scarlett as soon
as possible – to discuss internship options).
- CD 232 Capstone Internship (Master's Applied students only): Internship placement at an advanced level, taken in the final stage of the MA-Applied program, providing the opportunity to integrate previous coursework, theory, research, and applied work.
These internship placements are only available to eligible students enrolled
in CD 99/199 or CD 232. You may NOT contact any of these sites directly. If you
are interested in a type of internship placement not included here, please feel
free to propose new internship sites to your adviser in the department.
To request a community field placement, please use
For more information on CD 232, please contact your faculty adviser. For more
information on CD 99/199, please contact
Professor Scarlett or call (617)
Featured Internships by Category:
Family and Youth
Media, Arts and Technology
Policy & Advocacy