Finding an Internship

As an undergraduate in the Human Right minor or major, students are required to complete an internship. We invite students to consider some of the following opportunities for your internship experience.

 

Resources for Finding an Internship

Internship Opportunities in Human Rights in CT and Beyond (updated January 2013)
For more information on the internships in the listing, please contact the organizations directly.

Other resources:

Careers for the Common Good

UConn Career Services

Idealist.org

We also encourage you to look at other programs where previous human rights students have completed an international internship:

UConn at Cape Town, South Africa

View e-book/blog on UConn at Cape Town here

UConn Social Entrepreneur Corps in Guatemala

 

Human Rights Institute Internship, Fall 2014.

Namaste

Namaste is the student human rights journal published through the University of Connecticut Human Rights Institute. Positions available include Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor(s). The Editorial Board is responsible for the entire production of the annual issue of Namaste under the guidance of Dr. Elizabeth Holzer, Faculty Advisor. The Editor positions are a year-long commitment beginning in the Fall and will count towards your human rights internship credit in the Spring.

Applicants must submit an HRI Undergraduate Internship Application.

Application deadline      October 1