The Internship & Field Experience Program is designed to provide students with practical and applied experience in Sociology, Anthropology, and/or Criminology. This program provides an opportunity for students to take what they have learned in the classroom and apply their learning to a work environment while also developing practical skills and professional connections. The internship/field experience is managed jointly by the SAC Internship Coordinator & Site Supervisor. During the program, students will work the required number of hours, complete required writing & professionalization assignments, and receive a favorable evaluation from the employer before receiving credit. Internship/field experiences are intended for junior and senior-level students.
If you are interested in completing an internship/field experience in Sociology, Anthropology, or Criminology, the first step is to meet with Dr. Baker.
Dr. Baker’s Spring Drop-In Office Hours (Bartlett 2128)
- Tuesdays & Wednesdays 11 AM - 12 PM via Google Meet
- Video: https://meet.google.com/dqf-jxah-zod
- Phone: +1 443-424-3945 PIN: 892716645#
- Also by appointment (email to schedule a time) - email@example.com
Before you complete the application, you must either attend an informational session or meet with Dr. Baker. After that initial meeting, the application is a two-step process:
- Step 1: Complete the online application form: Internship Application Form
- Step 2: Complete a personal statement. Instructions are available here: Personal Statement Instructions
When the personal statement is complete, email the final document to Dr. Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who plan to do an internship/field experience must attend two sessions with Career Services. The first is a group workshop on resume-writing and interview skills. The second is a one-on-one session for a mock interview and resume review.
Spring 2020 group workshops (for Summer and Fall 2020):
Tuesday, April 14 - 1:00pm @ Rod Library 287
Wednesday, April 22 - 9:00am @ Rod Library 287
The group workshop must be completed before the one-on-one session. If a student cannot attend one of the workshops listed above, the student will need to make an individual appointment with TJ Warren in Career Services (319) 273-6857.
Frequently Asked Questions
Follow this link to read through common questions and answers: FAQs
Recent Internship/Field Experience Placements
Follow this link to see all of the sites UNI students have been placed in the last few years: Recent Internship and Field Experience Placements