Students in the undergraduate program in International Relations are eager to apply what they have learned in their classes to real world situations. Hands-on experience in turn enriches their program of study. Below are some links to current internship opportunities.
Community Engaged Learning (CEL) integrates service to the community with specific course curriculum. As part of the requirements of earning course credit, students complete a placement and/or a project defined by a community organization to advance their mission. This hands-on, practical experience in the community allows gaining a deeper understanding of course content as it applies to local and international contexts.
Here are a list of current course offering that include a Community Engaged Learning options that are eligible for the IR program
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POLS 3317F - Social Movements and Interest Groups
POLS 3326E - Canada-US relations
POLS 3366E - International Conflict Management