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  • Karen Wulfkuhle, Legal Studies Intern and Deborah Boone, Attorney, Machand & Moraine, LLPStudents may earn up to 12 hours of academic credit through internships, 6 of which may be applied to one's major. The other 6 hours may be used as electives. 
  • Departmental approval is required to register an internship. Students may arrange their own internships or be considered for one of the following sites. 
  • Interns may receive compensation, but many of the positions available through the department are uncompensated.
  • In order to receive 3 credit hours, students must work 120 hours during the semester; for 6 credit hours, 240 hours. 

History

  • Texas Historical Commission
    Available Summer 2012 internships for upper class History majors who are US citizens of African, Hispanic/Latino, Asian or Native American/Hawaiian/Alaskan heritage. General Information for Applicants (.pdf)  
  • Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum
  • Woman's Collection in the TWU library working in the WASP papers and University Archives

To see if these or other History intership opportunities are available, please contact:

Dr. Landdeck
CFO 610
(940) 898-2140
klanddeck@twu.edu

Politics 

  • The Public Leadership Education Network has internships available Summer 2012 in Washington D. C. for female government majors.
  • Breakthrough Collaborative has teaching opportunities available Summer 2012. Breakthrough FAQ (.pdf)
  • City of Denton
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • State Senator Craig Estes’ Office
  • State Senator Jane Nelson's Office
  • State Senator Florence Shapiro's Office
  • U.S. Congresswoman’s Eddie Bernice Johnson’s Office
  • United States District Court Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. Congressman Michael C. Burgess District Office

To see if these or other Politics intership opportunities are available, please contact:

Dr. Hevron
CFO 604
(940) 898-2131
phevron@twu.edu

Legal Studies

  • John Feldt, Chief, Civil Division; Indira D. Glennon, Intern, TWU; Lauri Forhbeiter, Attorney, Forfeitures; Priscilla Brooks, Senior Paralegal, Forfeitures.Breakthrough Collaborative has teaching opportunities available Summer 2012. Breakthrough FAQ (.pdf)
  • Denton County District Attorney's Office
  • The Family Place, Dallas
  • U.S. Pretrial Services
  • Various law offices in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex
  • Office of Texas Attorney General
  • North Texas Legal Services, Dallas
  • West Texas Legal Services, Denton
  • United States District Court Northern District of Texas
  • The National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW)
    The federation offers an internship in D.C. For additional information, visit the NFRW Scholarships & Internships page. Please email your application to Julie Johncox Siglinger at jjohncox@charter.net

To see if these or other Legal Studies intership opportunities are available, please contact:

Dr. Hevron
CFO 604
(940) 898-2131
phevron@twu.edu

Criminal Justice

  • Breakthrough Collaborative has teaching opportunities available Summer 2012. Breakthrough FAQ (.pdf)
  • Denton County District Attorney's Office
  • Federal Pretrial Services
  • Tarrant County Pre-sentence Investigation Unit
  • Denton County Probation Office
  • Dallas County Juvenile Department
  • University of North Texas Police Department

To see if these or other Criminal Justice intership opportunities are available, please contact:

Dr. Hevron
CFO 604
(940) 898-2131
phevron@twu.edu

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