NYU Washington DC Internships

NYU is here to provide support as you go through the process of finding and applying for internships. We strongly encourage and advise that you visit NYU's Wasserman Center for Career Development before submitting internship applications.

Students who secure an internship through or with the assistance of NYU Washington, DC must confirm their spot in the program and enroll in the internship class in order to accept the internship and receive academic credit for the placement. Many NYU departments (including SCA & Environmental Studies) allow the Washington, DC internship course to satisfy major requirements. Always consult with your academic adviser to confirm how the internship course and other courses you will take while away fit in with your academic progress towards degree fulfillment. Students are required to pursue a minimum of 10 hours/week in their internships to earn course credit. NYU Washington, DC advises that students pursue no more than 20 hrs/week in internship commitments. If students elect to participate in an internship that exceeds the recommended number of hours, they may be advised to reduce their academic course load. Students are highly encouraged to consult NYU Washington, DC staff for assistance with these decisions.

Wasserman Center Global Internship Grant - Spring 2022

Apply for a $1,000 grant!

DEADLINE: Thursday, April 07, 2022 at 11:59PM EST, Job ID 5654556

Pursuing an unpaid internship at a not-for-profit organization or within an industry that does not traditionally pay interns (arts, entertainment, media, nonprofit, education, etc.) this spring? Apply now for the Internship Grant! Check out our website for more information.

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