The SCETL Advantage
The SCETL Advantage is exactly what it sounds like: a leg up for our students! Through a bi-weekly newsletter, we'll find and recommend internships, let you know about upcoming student events, highlight interesting reads across the web and more.
Required to graduate with a degree in civic and economic thought and leadership, internships provide indispensable opportunities to explore careers in public service, government, and the private sector; build your resume with professional experience; network with potential future employers; perhaps travel to Washington, D.C. or abroad; and prepare for your post-graduate opportunities.
American Enterprise Institute – Washington, D.C. officeIn Washington, D.C., AEI internships offer a unique opportunity for undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates to gain experience in research, writing, business, and communications at…
ASU SolarSPELLASU SolarSPELL, Scottsdale, Arizona. This position offers an exciting opportunity to contribute to improving the quality of educational information available to students and teachers around the world…
Congressional Hispanic Caucus InstituteIn Washington, D.C., Hispanic Caucus Institute Congressional Interns learn firsthand how the legislative system works, spending four days each week working on Capitol Hill. Usually, interns are…
Information for employers
Every student in the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership is required to complete an internship prior to graduating. Internships provide valuable experiences for our students, giving them the outside-the-classroom learning they need to forge ahead in the 21st century.
We need employers like you who are interested in providing our students the opportunity to work and learn in your offices. Our students are hard-working, ready to learn and do what it takes to get the job done. In turn, they're looking for opportunities to grow professionally and network with potential employers down the road. We're always looking for new offices to host our students for a semester. When you host a SCETL student, you become a part of their academic learning process.