Students are responsible for locating their own internships. Listed below are some of the organizations who have contacted us about internship opportunities, and/or organizations that might be of interest to Justice Studies majors. This is not an endorsement of the organizations, their politics, or the programs. Do not confine your internship search to this list.

Greenpeace Internships

CISR Student Employment

The White House Internship Program

Office of the Attorney General of Virginia

Department of Justice

US House of Representatives

Government Accountability Office

Internships in Federal Government

Library of Congress

Department of Commerce

Student Action with Farmworkers

Political Science Internships

Social Work Internships

Sociology Internships

Mine Action Information Center at JMU

Washington Semester

The Ocean City, MD Police Department

FBI Internships

The Atlantic Council of the United States in Washington, DC

Global Youth Connect

Grassroots Campaign

DOJ Pathways

Virginia Department of Corrections

Suffolk County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

York-Poquson Sheriff's Office

Virginia Department of Forensic Science

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office

Catholic Charities

Virginia Beach Police Department

U.S. Secret Service

Rockingham County Sheriff's Office

Blue Ridge Legal Services

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Environmental Internships

Public Policy & International Affairs Program

Human Rights Campaign

Partnership for Public Service

Brennan Center for Justice

For additional internship resources:

Justice Studies Career website

Peace & Collaborative Development Network Resources

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