Internships & Experiential Learning
Internships are a popular option at Agnes Scott with most students participating in numerous off-campus opportunities. To review a comprehensive list of internship options, contact Internship Coordinator David Williams
The Frazer Center
This agency provides services to infants, preschoolers, and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. Interns will support PR, marketing and communications, and fundraising activities. Clinical positions also a possibility. If interested, email a resume and cover letter to Sherri Berunig '80 at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Professor David Williams.
For-Credit Internships (450 Credit Internships)
Integrate your classroom studies with for-credit, real-world experience. 450 credit internships offer you experiential opportunities combined with academic discussion that will serve to strengthen your liberal arts education.
Elizabeth R. Griffin Research Internship
If you have a major or concentration in a field of science, you can apply for this continuing, yearly internship. The selected student works with Julia Hilliard Ph.D. at the Viral Immunology Lab at Georgia State.
Hubert Scholars Program for Internships in Public Service
The Hubert Scholars Program is designed to encourage lifelong commitments to public service. Hubert scholarship applicants choose or design an internship that focuses on service to humanity. They work with an ASC faculty sponsor on the academic component of the internship and receive academic credit. These internships can take place either in the United States or abroad.
Kemper Scholars Program
Are you interested in a career in business or administration? As a first-year, you can apply for the Kemper Scholars Program to receive a scholarship for your sophomore, junior and senior years as well as project stipends for two summers and a non-profit internship in Chicago during your sophomore summer.