*Note that the Department of Political Science is simply posting this information about internship opportunities, which we will continue to update from time to time. We do not endorse any particular program, and we do not certify the quality or integrity of these programs. We trust that those of you who are interested will be able to sort out which, if any, might be appropriate for your own interests.
The Department of Political Science does not provide any financial support for internships, aside from the Wellman Hill Internship Program (see http://politicalscience.case.edu/wellman-hill/wellman-hill-political-science-internship-grants-competition/). Work-study funds may not be used to support internships.
Academic credit is available for internships, under two conditions: through POSC 395, which requires coursework and supervision by a faculty member (see http://bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/politicalscience/#courseinventory), and through the Washington Center Program (see http://politicalscience.case.edu/undergraduate/washington-center-program/).