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Career development in International Develeopment and Social Change - Clark University


Internships, Research and Fieldwork provide students with experience that expands their analytical and problem-solving abilities, communication and leadership skills. Combined with their coursework, students are well prepared to lead social change and are often considered as candidates for positions following successful internship experiences. Internships are typically completed on a part-time basis during the spring or fall semester and full-time during summer. Internships earning credit must be a minimum of 140 hours.

IDCE's connection with local and international organizations creates valuable opportunities for students. Students complete internships with non-profit, for-profit, NGO, government and research organizations, linking IDCE's signature themes. Students have recently completed internships with organizations such as:

AmeriCorps Logo Azavea Logo Cadmus Logo The Children's Health Fund Logo
Cloudburst Group Logo United States Environmental Protection Agency Logo Horizons for Homeless Children Logo Regional Environmental Council of Central Massachusetts
Worcester County Food Bank Logo Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism Logo Last Mile Health Logo Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Logo
Mueller Logo National Grid Logo Ni Source Logo Peace Corps Logo
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Logo City of Worcester Logo Worcester Common Ground Logo World Bank Logo
World Vision Logo YMCA Logo Centro Las Americas Logo