Internships help you explore a career in teaching through an engaged, authentic experience. All Pre-Teaching internships are officially recognized through the Center for Career Discovery and Development. All official internships are:
- are eligible for audit credit hours (no tuition or fees) if you officially register your internship
- serve as academic placeholders towards full-time status (for example, 6 audit credit hours + 6 academic hours = full time) if you officially register your internship
- are eligible for transcript designation if you officially register your internship
- are not all paid; some are unpaid
ATLANTA & U.S. OPPORTUNITIES
2018 Fall Semester Internships - Check back for 2019 opportunities.
Drew Charter School MakerSpace Assistant Application closed.
Drew Charter School STEAM Team Marketing and Publicity Application closed.
STE(A)M Truck Mobile Maker Space Internship Fall 2018 application Application closed.
El Cultural (Peru) -(summer - fall or spring - summer)
Undergraduate students interested in a summer-fall (2 semesters) internship should email Susan Belmonte, GT Pre-Teaching Advisor, at email@example.com no later than March 15. Students interested in spring-summer (2 semester) internship should email after March 15 and no later than September 15. Single term internships are not available.
New Horizons (Dominican Republic) - fall and spring internships
Undergraduate students interested in fall or spring internships should email rough drafts of a cover letter and resume to Susan Belmonte, GT Pre-Teaching Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than September 15 in the fall semester prior to the spring semester they want to intern. For example, if you want to intern in Spring 2020. Email your drafts by September 15, 2019.
Students interested in fall internships should email their drafts no later than March 15 in the spring semester of the same year they want to intern. For example, if you want to intern in Fall 2020, email your drafts by March 15, 2020.