The purpose of the internship program is to help students make connections between what they learn in class and a practical experience in the world of politics. The Institute's internship program serves approximately 80-100 students per semester, with students interning in the offices of elected officials, non-profit organizations and political consultants.
The Unruh Institute offers internship opportunities in various locations throughout the country, including:
The Institute also introduces students to the political process through various opportunities including the following:
To find out more about POSC 395 and other internship opportunities, contact:
Jodi Epstein, Internship and Civic Engagement Associate, at
(213) 740-8964 or