College of Arts and Sciences departmental internship opportunities are listed below. Internship opportunities are also available through the Office of Career and Professional Development.



AANT 490 Internship Arch Conservation

Art & Art History

AARH 490 Internship in Art History
AARH 491 Internship Film Studies
AART 490 Internship in Studio Art
AART 492 Internship Art Museum Management & Operation

Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences

AATM 490 Internship in Atmospheric Sciences
AENV 496 Internship Environmental Sciences
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Biological Sciences

ABIO 698 Internship in Forensic Biology


ACHM 390 Chemistry Internship
ACHM 455 Forensic Chemistry Intern
ACHM 680 Intern Applied Chemistry


ACOM 390 Internship in Communication
ACOM 392 Intern Oper & Applied Communication Theory
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Examples of where Communication and Journalism students are interning Spring 2016:
Albany County Executive’s Office
Albany Medical Center Foundation
Baker Public Relations
Blue Shield of Northeastern New York
Capital Roots
Citizen Action
Disney World
Eric Mower + Associates
Gramercy Communications
LMGI Radio Group
Northwestern Mutual
NYS Office of General Services
NYS Office of the Lieutenant Governor
Plan Ahead Events
The Daily Gazette
Times Union
Times Union Center
Time Warner Cable
UAlbany Office of Communications and Marketing


AECO 496 Economics Internship
AECO 590 Internship in Forecasting


AENG 390 Internship in English
AENG 810 English Internship
AJRL 495 Internship in Journalism

Geography & Planning

AGOG 417 Geography Internships
AGOG 695 Grad Internship in Geography
APLN 684 Internship in Planning
AUSP 490 Planning Internship
AGLO 402 Globalization Internship
GIS Internship program (GIS-I)


ADOC 499 Special Project/Internship Doc Study
AHIS 499 Special Projects in History
AHIS 599 Special Projects in History
AHIS 798A Internship in Public History
AHIS 798B Internship in Public History

Music & Theatre

Music Program

AMUS 490 Internship in Music


APSY 895 Internship in Clinical Psychology
Students enrolled in the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology have been highly successful in seeking out top notch APA-accredited pre-doctoral internships. Read more Below is a list of internship sites where students have been placed since 1998.

Albany Medical Center Consortium
Albert Einstein College / Montefiore, Bronx, NY
Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Andrus Children’s Center, Yonkers, NY
Baltimore VA Medical Center
Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology, Boston, MA
Children's Hospital of Orange County, CA
Cleveland VA Medical Center
Duke University Medical Center
Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Medical Center, Bedford, MA

Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington, VT
Greater Hartford Clinical Psychology Internship Consortium
Hutchings Psychiatric Center/St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, NY
John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit, MI
McLean Hospital / Harvard Medical
Medical College of Georgia /VA Medical Center
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston
Mercy First
Miami University Student Counseling Services, Oxford, OH
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Houston, TX

See Full List Here


Sociology Internship Placement Sites Spring 2014-2016:

Albany County Bar Association
Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center
Albany County Department of Probation
Albany County Sheriff's Office
Environmental Advocates of NY
Equinox Inc.
Holding Our Own
Liberty Partnerships
New York State Defenders Association
New York State Office of the Attorney General
NYS Small Business Development Center
Parsons Child and Family Center
Police Athletic League (PAL)
Saint Anne’s Institute
Schenectady County Attorney’s Office (Family Court)
Schenectady County Community College - EOP Program
Social Justice Center
START Children's Center in Troy

ASOC 490 Internship in Sociology
ASOC 605B Internship
ASOC 607 Demography Internships

  • What Students Are Saying

    “We were able to apply our experiences from our different sites to Sociological topics. Although we all had different experiences, there were many similarities as well as differences. This was useful for developing an understanding of what different job options are and how they may work together. I also enjoyed the fierce conversations we had about sociological issues.”

  • What Students Are Saying

    “I could not have asked for a better experience. Even law school students don’t get the opportunity to get the real hand on experience I had at many of their internships. I had the opportunity to speak up in the court room, observe significant trials and proceedings and participate in the preparation of legal documents that play a key role in court proceedings.”

  • What Students Are Saying

    “I thought it was a great experience and I think that it would be great for anyone considering a career in law enforcement. It really opened my eyes to what I should expect if I were to go into law enforcement.”

  • What Employers Are Saying

    “All of the students that we have had from SUNY have been wonderful. I get many positive comments about the students and what a great help they are. They are all very flexible and understanding when it comes to working with law enforcement. Nothing we do on a daily basis is ever set in stone. Thank you again for having quality students come our way!” – Albany County Sheriff’s Office

Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies

AWSS 492Y Internship in Women's Studies
AWSS 592 Graduate Internship

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