The Program strongly encourages AFS majors and minors to become interns. These experiences allow students to expand their academic knowledge by engaging in practical experience. Opportunities exist with local law firms, non-profit organizations, museums, and other local businesses.
Contact the Program Director to discuss options and to enroll in the course.
492 Internship in African American Studies (1-6:0:3-16)
Pr. AFS 201, 210; ENG 374 or 376; HIS 301, 302, or 389
Pr. for AFS minors: AFS 201, 210, and two AFS-related courses
Interns must show 40 on-site hours each semester for each s.h. of credit sought.
Practical experience at sites serving populations of people of African descent. Two semester meetings with Program director. Students must complete 8 to 15 hours per week at site.
Guidelines and expectations are here.
Click here to access the Experimental Learning Agreement Guidance.