Internships

How do I find a public affairs internship? 

Public Affairs students intern at a variety of public and nonprofit agencies (please see student internships below). Students receive internship opportunities from their advisor and through the public affairs LinkedIn group. Students are encouraged to identify an organization they want to explore as a possible place of employment. Job and internship postings can also be found on the Career Services Redhawk Network at www.seattleu.edu/careerservices/default.aspx.

Rose Young, Constituent Advocacy Intern, Senator Patty Murray

Shaunice Wilson, International Development Internship program. Placement with nonprofit organization COTEDEMI in Jimani, Dominican Republic

Owen Goetze, Transportation Planning intern, Puget Sound Regional Council 

Sharon Tang, Legislative Intern, Washington State House of Representatives

Signe Quitslund, Edible Education Intern, EduCulture

  

Sydney Allen, Environmental Campaign Intern, Carbon Washington 

 

 

 

 

 

Carey Stangl, Summer Public Programs Intern, Seattle Arts Museum 

For more information regarding internship placements, please contact the Public Affairs Internship Coordinator, Noreen Elbert at elbertn@seattleu.edu or 206-296-6288.