Undergraduate Internships

UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS
 
Alberta Smithsonian Internship Program (ASIP)
The Government of Alberta and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the world’s most renowned museum complex, collaborated in 2006 to jointly sponsor and launch ASIP - Alberta Smithsonian Internship Program. This unique program enables students enrolled in a degree program at any post-secondary institution in Alberta to study and work alongside recognized scholars, scientists, and educators in a variety of disciplines, either at the Institution itself or at one of its affiliated sites elsewhere in the world (e.g. New York, Alaska, Florida, and Panama). Some of the thematic areas for internships are in the disciplines of Art & Design, Business, Fine Arts, History & Culture, Music, and Science & Technology.
For a list of possible internships, further details about the program, and an application form, visit the Alberta Smithsonian Internship Program.  
 
 The Washington Center Internship
 
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars has provided selected students with unique and challenging opportunities to work and learn in Washington, D.C. for several decades. The Washington Center offers extensive internships tailored to the interests of each student for which students receive academic credit. A wide selection of academic courses and lectures facilitated by national and international leaders are offered, as well as small group meetings with Members of Congress, site visits, embassy visits, workshops, and other activities. This internship program is open to University of Alberta students in all fields of study.
 
For more program information and an application, visit Work & Research Abroad and scroll down to The Washington Center Internship listing.