What is the LSU Sociology Internship?
The LSU Sociology Internship is an academic program where students get course credit for participating in an internship with one of our community partners.
The purpose of this program is to provide LSU Sociology students with real world experience that can provide them with an advantage on the job market. At LSU Sociology our lessons extend beyond the classroom!
Who are our interns?
LSU Sociology interns come from all walks of life and with many different academic goals. We pride ourselves on not just the diversity of our students, but also the diversity of their interests! Click through the slideshow below to to meet our current roster of interns!
Who are our LSU Internship hosts?
The LSU Sociology Internship offers students a wide variety of internship host sites. We try to match students with the internship site that best meets their academic interests. Here are a few of the internship sites we have worked with in previous semesters:
How do I become an LSU Sociology Intern?
Founded in 1928, the LSU Department of Sociology is home to a tradition of excellence in research, teaching, and service. Our faculty carry out nationally and internationally recognized research on basic and applied social science questions. Every semester our undergraduate teaching program serves hundreds of majors and minors, as well as hundreds of additional students as part of our contribution to LSU’s general education mission. We are also home to a vibrant graduate teaching program with more than 50 students, which offers the only PhD in sociology in the state of Louisiana.