Employers prize Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy student interns for their distinctive exposure gained on and off-campus. Graduate and undergraduate students acquire the skill sets to effectively communicate, analyze, negotiate and collaborate in a setting that emphasizes leadership and a commitment to peace and justice. Academic advisors, faculty, and the Office of Internships and Career Development work with students at the start of the academic experience to give direction to career goals. By graduation, all of the School’s undergraduate and graduate students experience at least one professional internship in the field of international relations.
Employers interested in exploring the possibility of adding a School of Diplomacy student intern to their team should contact Dr. Catherine Ruby, Director of Internships and Career Development, at Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-275-2203.