Upon acceptance into one of the approved internships, you will be registered for CAS IN 250 Internships for Liberal Arts: Work and Identity—Theory and Practice, which frames, facilitates, and guides students through an internship opportunity in a workplace setting within Boston University. CAS IN250 is a 1-credit course, taken P/F and does not count toward your degree. The course focuses on the essential skills and competencies for getting started and being successful in the workplace.
Prerequisites: CAS sophomore, junior, or senior standing in Fall 2020.
Applications closed for Fall 2020
Below is a sampling of internships available through the CAS On-Campus Internship Program. Opportunities vary depending on the semester.
University Service Center -Data & Media Intern
CAS Development & Alumni Relations Intern
CAS Information Technology Internship
BU Sustainability - Sustainability Intern
CAS Sociology - Public Relations and Outreach Intern
African Studies Center - Reporting Intern
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