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There are important factors to consider as you evaluate whether or not an unpaid internship is right for you. The posting of these opportunities is not an endorsement by the Communication Department. We encourage you to research unpaid internships and to note that for the most part, corporate and for profit internships should be paid.

Position Title Organization Payment Start End Path Posted
Social Media, Marketing & Sales Dishing It Up! Stipend 10/21/2019 1/8/2020 Social Media 8/19/2019
GREENRUBINO PR INTERNSHIP GreenRubino Unpaid 8/1/2019 10/15/2019 Marketing 8/9/2019
Social Media Intern Well Traveled Unpaid 9/25/2019 12/6/2019 Marketing 7/27/2019
Rick Steves’ Europe Fall 2019 Internship Rick Steves' Europe Through the Back Door Unpaid 9/25/2019 12/6/2019 Journalism , PR , Marketing , Nonprofit , Writing , Research 6/6/2019
Editorial Intern Cascadia Magazine Unpaid 7/1/2019 8/30/2019 Arts , Journalism , Nonprofit 5/20/2019
Public Relations Director Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra Unpaid 5/1/2019 6/15/2020 PR , Marketing 4/8/2019

Students: How to apply for a for-credit internship (COM 395)

  1. Eligibility: Only communication majors who have completed five communication courses are eligible to enroll in COM395.
  2. Credits: You may earn 1 or 2 credits of COM395 per quarter, up to a maximum of 4 credits of COM 395 spread over any number of quarters. COM395 is graded credit/no credit.
  3. Registration: Download the COM 395 Internship Application and Contract. Follow submission instructions to register your internship through the Communication Advising Office. 
  4. Assignments: After registering, you will have access to the Canvas site for COM 395 which has all of the weekly readings, assignments, and information on the final presentation.