Internship Program (SOC 494R)
The Sociology Department has a wonderful internship program. Participating in an internship is a useful way to test possible career options and an excellent way of applying what you have learned in a classroom to experiences in organizations and agencies in the "real world." Sociology students have had internships in a variety of private industry, non-profit, and government settings -- such as:
|ACLU||Emory's Center for Women||International Rescue Committee|
|CNN||Fox News||Make-a-Wish Foundation|
|DeKalb County Juvenile Court||Georgia Commission on Family Violence||Turner Entertainment|
All interns are expected to write two papers related to their work and attend several seminar sessions. For a general overview of the Internship Program, click here.
How to Apply?
1. Complete the Internship Application Form.
- Click on the application form, which can be downloaded at any time from the Sociology website.
- An approval from Dr. Nalkur is required to get accepted into the program and enroll in SOC 494R.
For more information, contact Dr. Sonal Nalkur (email@example.com).