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The McAnulty College of Liberal Arts encourages students to pursue valuable out-of-the-classroom experiences. Internships are one of the best ways to do this.

Think Outside of the Classroom 

Students in the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts can choose from a variety of internship opportunities. The College awards credit for McAnulty Academic Program (MAP) Interships, which are sponsored by academic departments or arranged through partners in Washington, D.C. and London, England. Read more about MAP internships to explore these options.

Students can also explore credit-bearing internships through the Center for Career Development, located on the sixth floor of the Duquesne Union.

Make a Great First Impression

Once you've found the internship you want, polish your resume and cover letter writing and interviewing skills with the Center for Career Development. Take advantage of their many workshops and events throughout the academic year, or make an individual appointment with a career counselor.

In addition to their location in the Duquesne Union, the Center for Career Development holds part-time hours in the Liberal Arts' Advising Office in College Hall.

Step into Your Career

McAnulty College of Liberal Arts students have interned with a wide variety of organizations, including PNC Bank, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Dick's Sporting Goods, Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Police, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Penguins, Brunner and Teach for America.

Looking for Interns?

If you have an opening for an internship within your organization, please let us know. We would love to discuss the opportunity with you in greater detail.