Local and National Internships - Coastal Carolina University
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Local and National Internships


Local and national employers are seeking qualified student interns to assist with daily activities and special projects. Internships provide students with opportunities to gain professional experience and explore career options. Students are encouraged to secure their own internship or apply to some of the many opportunities posted on the Handshake website. This exciting new job & internship posting platform can be accessed on your computer or mobile device by logging on to: https://coastal.joinhandshake.com/.


CareerShift is a job-search, employer information site brought to you by the Coastal Carolina University Career Services Center. This web service is available for Coastal Carolina University students, alumni, and staff. All authorized users must login and create an account using their CCU email address. This site contains information about employment opportunities, internships and potential employers. To login click here

Washington Internship Institute

The Washington Internship Institute's semester-long academic internship program is carefully designed to provide college juniors, seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students with practical, hands-on experience and academically rigorous courses emphasizing public service, leadership, and professional development. As a student at WII, you’ll spend four full days per week at your internship site and one day taking classes in one of four specialized tracks. CCU offers special tuition accommodations for full-time student participants. For more information click here »

United Nations Youth Corps

The UN Georgetown RISE Youth Corps initiative is a high impact, transformative learning program centered on giving students real life skills and experiences on sustainable development in Georgetown County with an integrated teaching/learning component that links local sustainable development to the global agenda. 

Students will work on a project or internship in the county as designated by county leaders – public and private.  CCU faculty will oversee the experiences/internships/projects with county officials. These experiences will be combined with classroom discussions led by CCU instructor(s) with special lectures from county leaders on sustainable development and coastal resilience. These experiences include a stipend of $1,000-$1,250.00 paid in two installments during the semester. For more information and to apply click here.

Intelligence Analyst Career Training (IACT) Program

The Intelligence Analysis Career Training (IACT) Program—formerly known as the Analyst Boot Camp (ABC)—is an intensive 10-week program designed to provide you with the general knowledge required to navigate the field of intelligence analysis—whether in the Intelligence Community, Homeland Security Community, Military, or Law Enforcement arena—as well as the practical skills of actually performing intelligence analysis. The program finishes with a 4-week-long experiential learning program focusing on law enforcement analysis. One of the major benefits is that program graduates are sponsored for TOP SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE. CCU students will earn 12 credits for participation in this program. Click here for more information.



Robert Bulsza, M.A., LPC
Director of Internships and Service Learning
Career Services Center
Student Union A-203 C