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An experiential internship is the most important component of the UC Center public policy program. To this end, UC Center faculty and staff work closely with students to ensure that internship placements meet the goals and interests of each student.


Nearly every policy issue may be explored through an internship: K-12 education, higher education, health care, civil rights, agriculture, water resources, environment and environmental justice, criminal law, public safety, poverty, immigration, corporate, technology, privacy, animal rights, small business, taxation, international trade, U.S.-Mexico relations, Second Amendment rights, political reform, foster care and other children’s services, energy, child abuse, women’s rights, legislative reform, local government, veterans affairs and fiscal reform – to name but a few.

LEARN ABOUT THE PLACEMENT PROCESS AND INTERNSHIP VENUES BELOW:

The Placement Process

Internships in Law

Internships in Business

Internships at the Capitol

Internships in Education

Internships in Healthcare

Internships in International Affairs

Internships at Non-Profits

Internships in Local Government

Internships in Environmental Policy

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