Students in Liberal Arts disciplines are uniquely prepared for the job market with a foundation of communication, analytical, and problem solving skills. Now, it is up to you to decide where you want to apply those skills – which industry, job field, etc.

Internships provide opportunities to learn by doing, and are great ways to test-drive a possible career, get your foot in the door, and start building a professional network. As a bonus, you might get paid or receive academic credit!

For Students 

Interested in completing an internship but not sure where to start? Make an appointment for an Internship Consultation to discuss the possibilities and get help finding the perfect internship for your experience and skills!

Contact Ella Weaver, Internship Coordinator 
Jones Hall 161

Make an Appointment
* Click the button above and log in with your PipelineMT credentials. Select "Get Advising" (blue button on right side of screen) → Select "College of Liberal Arts" → Select "Internship Consultation" → Select "College of Liberal Arts" → Select "Ella Weaver" → Then make and confirm your appointment time. Be sure to include a description of what you would like to talk about in the comment box.
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Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum
Fall 2017 Internships in several areas, including: Development, Museum, Special Events, Marketing & Public Programs
Visit the Cheekwood Employment website for position descriptions and application information.

Applications received by September 1, 2017 will be given first consideration. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

Tennessee Legislative Internship Program
Spring 2018 Paid Internship
Students are assigned to either a House or Senate member or as a committee staff member, and work full-time in the Tennessee State Legislature for the Spring 2018 sememster. 

Click here for more information about the internship.

Applications are due by September 29, 2017.

Washington Center Internship                                                                                                                                            
Spring/Summer 2018
Students spend a full semester in Washington D.C. and gain valuable national or international experiences. 

Click here for more information about the internship.

Applications are due by October 6, 2017.

FOR employers

Internships are a great way for employers to build relationships with students at Middle Tennessee State University and recruit great talent into their organizations. Whether you are creating your first internship program or returning to hire more College of Liberal Arts students, we are here to help.

A successful internship should be designed to meet both the needs of the organization and the learning goals of the student. Are you ready to partner in getting top talent for your organization and providing a meaningful career development and exploration experience for MTSU students?

Contact Ella Weaver, Internship Coordinator
Jones Hall 161