- Earn full academic credit by working a minimum
of 12 hours/week or 150 hours/semester.
- Gain experience, make connections, explore
career opportunities working with individuals,
agencies or organizations (private, non-profit, or
governmental), political advocacy or social movement
Students choose an appropriate internship site based
on their own interests and in consultation with the
Director of the Program. Helpful information about
internship opportunities is available at the
Tufts Career Center
- Students have a site supervisor as well as a
faculty sponsor, with whom they meet during the
course of the internship.
- Typically, a written component is required for
the completion of the internship. Details to be
determined in consultation with the director of the
program and/or the faculty sponsor.
- The faculty sponsor grades the internship with
input from the site supervisor.
Review the complete WGSS Internship Guidelines and Agreement Form