Internship Program Coordinator
The Internship Program Coordinator collaborates with faculty, employers, campus and community partners, assisting students in all majors in securing an internship related to their career goals.
Contact: Natesha Y. Peterson, University Academic Internship Coordinator
The Washington Internship Program provides internships for all majors, tailored to students' individual interests and majors. It is affiliated with The Washington Center, the nation's largest internship organization. Students can enroll for the fall, spring, or summer sessions.
Contact: Michael Rodriguez, Coordinator, Associate Professor of Political Science.
Career Education & Development
Career Education & Development encourages all students interested in internship opportunities to visit their office in CC 104.
Career Education & Development StocktonWorks, a comprehensive database for internships, job opportunities, and alumni mentors.
Campus Police Department
Community Oriented Patrols for Students (C.O.P.S) Open to all majors.
Contact Sgt. Tracy Stuart, Police Department, 609-652-4390, or Susan Fahey, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, 609-652-4993.
Center for Community Engagement & Service-Learning
The Center for Community Engagement & Service-Learning offers many opportunities for local internships and independent projects.
Contact: Dr. Merydawilda Colón, Executive Director 609.652-4535, SCCE@stockton.edu
Psychology Field Placements and Gerontology Internships
Psychology Internships provide a wide variety of placement sites in educational, agency, and business settings related to Psychology. Approximately 5 students accepted per semester. 140 hours required, spread over entire semester. Qualifications: Juniors and Seniors only, must have completed at least 6 psychology courses.
Contact: David Burdick, Professor of Psychology, http://www.stockton.edu/~burdickd/intsteps.html (Note: additional psychology faculty periodically offer field placements; see schedule of courses
Gerontology Internships provide a wide variety of placement sites in nursing homes, assisted living, community agencies, and businesses that serve older adults and their families. Approximately 5 students accepted per semester. 140 hours required, spread over entire semester. Juniors and Seniors only, must have completed at least 3 gerontology courses.
Contact: David Burdick, Professor of Psychology, Director, Stockton Center on Successful Aging. http://www.stockton.edu/~burdickd/intsteps.html. For additional information on careers in aging, see: http://www.careersinaging.com.
- Career and Internship Fair
- Regional Internship Center
- Job and internship resources organized by major
AmeriCorps has internships and jobs throughout the county and in many fields.
Conservation Land Management Internship Program
This US-Government funded program provides 5-month internships for recent graduates in a range of disciplines. Deadline for applications is February 1 of each year.
Student Conservation Association
The Student Conservation Association offers a range of interships around the country. Many of these partner with Americorps and can be used to help defray a portion of government-funded student loans.
Test Prep at Stockton
Standardized test preparation courses are offered by the Office of Continuing Studies.