Internships and Field Work

The value of an internship cannot be understated in today's increasingly competitive work environment. Employers are looking for people who have strong communication and analytical skills and who take initiative and show determination. In the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, you can take advantage of a variety of exciting and challenging internships, both locally and nationally, to help you explore careers and achieve your goals.

Art & Design

ART & DESIGN
Art Works Downtown
Headlands Center for the Arts
Juice Beauty
Kala Art Institute
Pixar
San Marco Gallery

Business Law

BUSINESS, LAW & POLITICS
Marin County Public Defender's Office
State Senator Mike McGuire
State Assembly Marc Levine
Representative Jackie Speier
Marin County Bar Association

Culture

CULTURE
deYoung Museum
Asian Art Museum
Japanese Cultural Center
Global Exchange
California Film Institute

Community Advocacy

COMMUNITY ADVOCACY
Marin Youth Court
Novato Youth Center
Social Advocates for Youth
Nicasio Disaster Center
Marin Community Clinic
Catholic Charities

Education

EDUCATION
College of Marin
The Branson School
LEAP Programs
Boys and Girls Club
Youth In Arts
San Rafael Community Services

Environment

ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Action Committee
Marin Headlands
Golden Gate National Park
Habitat Restoration Team
Marin County Parks
Kokopelli Farms
Teens Turning Green

History

HISTORY
Marin History Museum
Society of California Pioneers
Center of Digital Archeology
Sausalito Historical Society

Communications

COMMUNICATIONS
San Francisco Giants
Golden State Warriors
NBC New York
Avani Media
Comcast

Phsychology

PSYCHOLOGY
St Vincent's School for Boys
Suicide Prevention Hotline
Center for Domestic Peace
Court Appointed Special Advocate
Homeward Bound
Hospice of Marin
Adult and Juvenile Probation

To embark on an internship or field work, begin by sharing your ideas with your individual academic advisor then make an appointment with Vanessa Ioannides in the Career and Internship Services Department.