Internships are a great way to get real-world experience in your field while still at Tufts. Juniors and seniors–and in a few cases, sophomores–can earn academic credit in some departments or through the Experimental College at Tufts.
Internships are an integral part of programs such as art, child development, political science, psychology, and sociology, which have integrated internships directly into the requirements to fulfill a major. Others such as community health, mass communication and media studies, and peace and justice studies either require or strongly encourage the inclusion of an internship in their undergraduate program.
Find out about internship opportunities and resources to help you secure a position.
Work Study and Student Jobs
Looking for extra cash or experience? Work study and student employment opportunities on campus are great ways to earn and learn.
The federal Work-Study Program was developed to allow students who are eligible for financial aid to earn money to meet out-of-pocket expenses.
Looking for advice on jobs and careers? Career Services has information about everything from exploring careers to writing resumes and interviewing.