Internships

The Political Science Department prides itself on connecting the analytical rigors of the classroom with civic engagement outside of the classroom. Each semester we offer students dozens of internship opportunities on the local, state, national and international level. Many of these internships have lead to careers in politics for Pace graduates.

The Pace Cooperative Education Program, the largest University co-op program in the New York metropolitan area, assists Pace students in obtaining paid and unpaid professional internships related to their major. Each year more than 1,100 Pace students work in internship positions with more than 500 partner companies. Students may also earn academic credit for an internship.

Our political science majors have a diverse array of internship opportunities, including:

  • nonprofits
  • nongovernmental organizations
  • law firms
  • publications
  • criminal justice organizations
  • political campaigns
  • organizations working in high schools
  • political interest groups

Some recent internship experiences in Political Science include:

  • The United Nations
  • The International Refugee Rights Initiative
  • The www.howgreenismytown.org project
  • The Washington Center for Academic Internships and Seminars
  • ACLU
  • New York Immigration Coalition
  • International Center for Transitional Justice