johnstewart_3January offers opportunities for students to gain knowledge and experience through internships—living on campus or traveling anywhere in the world. Internships are recommended as a way to test career interests and as an advantage in the job application process. Internships may count towards satisfying the Jan Plan requirement and may earn one credit hour per internship. The Career Center maintains a list of internships being offered and works with students seeking opportunities on their own.

Recent Jan Plan internships have seen students at:

  • American Museum of Natural History, New York
  • Animal Planet, New York
  • Aoi Advertising Promotion Inc., Tokyo
  • Asha Community Health and Development, India
  • Aspiro Wilderness Adventure Therapy, Utah
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch, New York
  • Conde Nast Self magazine, New York
  • Decon Records, New York
  • Ecology Action Centre, Canada
  • Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Futbol Club Barcelona
  • Honk Kong High Courtsouthpark_2
  • Instituto Federal Electoral, Mexico City
  • Initiative to End Child Malnutrition, Uganda
  • Kennebec Veterinary Services, Maine
  • Koch Institute for Integrated Cancer Research at MIT
  • Lane Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Massachusetts
  • Oceans Research, South Africa
  • Old Vic New Voices, London
  • Robert Nickelsberg, Photojournalist, New York
  • Round Square School Louisenlund, Germany
  • Spanish Creek Rainforest Reserve, Belize
  • Sports Illustrated, New York
  • U.S. Department of Justice
  • Villas Mastatal organic farm, Costa Rica
  • Wright, Lindsey, and Jennings LLP

» The Career Center’s Internship Page