Internships are a critical component of our master’s programs for they allow you to delve into real-world experiences that help you to:
- Experience first-hand a variety of careers
- Benefit from seasoned mentors
- Enhance your professional identity
- Build your resume
- Make connections that often lead to full-time jobs
A one three-credit internship is required for the Advocacy for Social Justice & Sustainability, Conservation Biology, Environmental Education, Self-Designed Studies, and Sustainable Development and Climate Change concentrations.
Science Teacher Certification students are required to take one six-credit, full-time, 15-week internship as Student Teachers in a school anywhere in the country.
These internships are offered by AU New England.