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  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

Internships – Domestic and International


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Domestic Internships

The domestic Off-Campus Education (OCE) program offers Hofstra students the opportunity to participate in internships for academic credit. Designed to combine learning in the classroom with practical experience, OCE has been a meaningful and enlightening educational experience for many Hofstra students since its inception in 1970. Through the Department of Political Science , the OCE Domestic program also offers students internships in The Washington Semester Program, The New York State Assembly Session Internship, and The Brockport Washington Program and other related internships. This program services most units of the University.  Please see René Giminiani-Caputo, Director of OCE for more details.

Students who wish to participate in OCE programs must submit a detailed proposals that includes a faculty approved research component and completed OCE application. Written in consultation with the appropriate adviser, the proposal must make clear the student’s objectives and qualifications for the internship. The proposal must also indicate that there is a sound educational relationship between the intended internship and the student’s degree plan.

International Internships

The Study Abroad Office offers Hofstra students opportunities to earn credits toward their academic degree by enrolling in an international internship program, which provides opportunities to participate in an internship abroad for a semester, summer session(s), or an entire academic year. Students who wish to participate in an international internship should contact Maria Fixell, the director of the Hofstra Study Abroad Program.

Candidates for international internships must submit a detailed proposal in the semester prior to the start of their proposed internship. Written in consultation with the appropriate faculty adviser, the proposal must make clear the student’s objectives and suitability for off-campus education. The proposal must also indicate that there is a sound educational relationship between the proposed internship (and related coursework, if applicable) and the student’s degree plan.

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