Internships | Independent Study
The department of English encourages internships and independent studies, both of which reward self-motivated students with custom-tailored educational experiences.
Permission for an internship or independent study begins with the student contacting a faculty sponsor. If a student has an idea for an internship or independent study, but does not know a potential faculty member, the Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies can help arrange one.
Once a faculty sponsor is selected, the student should complete the relevant form, have their sponsor sign it, and submit it to Students Services for approval.
Refer to the internship webpage from Career Services for information and opportunities:
Other helpful internship links:
For Further Information Please Contact:
English Undergraduate Student Services
University of Colorado, Boulder
Campus Box 226
Boulder, CO 80309-0226
English Student Services: (303) 492-6434
William Kuskin, Acting Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies: (303) 492-6434
CU in D.C. – This program sends CU undergraduates to Washington D. C. for a semester to do an internship and to take CU courses. Students from a wide range of majors have the opportunity to intern at government agencies/departments, nonprofit organizations, and businesses in the nation’s capital. Visit the CU in D.C. website or view this informational pdf for more details.