Internships

Community Internships (POLS 403)

Field placement integrated with academic study of political institutions and community organizations.

Please refer to the Community Internship page for a detailed description of the course.

Mānoa Political Internships

For dynamic, capable, and ambitious UH Mānoa students, five outstanding political internships are available to complement academic and professional goals. These internships offer a rare opportunity to work at the top levels of government. Through meaningful hands-on work experiences, combined with an enriching academic program, students will gain an up-close view of state and federal government and will gain skills to advance careers in a variety of fields.

For more information, visit Mānoa Political Internships.

The College of Social Sciences Internships

The College of Social Sciences is offering full-time paid internships this Spring to All UH Mānoa juniors or seniors. These internships offer a rare opportunity to gain an up-close view of the inner workings of state and federal government. Selected Interns will work an average of 40 hours per week while earning 12 academic credits to maintain full time status. Approximately 20 Internships are available in the offices: U.S. Congress, Hawai'i Governor, Hawai'i Lieutenant Governor, Hawai'i State Legislature Internship Program and the Hawaii Judicial system.

Immediate opening available for:

U.S. Congress, Hawai'i Governor, Hawai'i Lieutenant Governor, Hawaii Judicial and the Hawai'i State Legislature.

Deadline is Thursday, October 20, 2016 11:59PM. Interviews begin Monday, October 24-26.

To apply, login to UH STAR Student Scholarships, search by the keyword “Internship”, and look for the U.S. Congress, Hawai'i Governor, Hawai'i Lieutenant Governor, Hawaii Judicial and the Hawai'i State Legislature.