Internships and research
St. Kate's has an active career development office, a strong alumnae network and expert faculty to help you find internships or job-shadowing opportunities.
Internships are a good way to investigate career possibilities, and many St. Kate's sociology majors complete off-campus internships as part of their coursework.
Internship sites vary, depending on students' areas of interest. They include:
- Minnesota AIDS Project
- Jane Addams School
- Neighborhood House
- Chrysalis nonprofit
- Alzheimer's Association Minnesota-North Dakota
- Hennepin County Juvenile Center
- Minnesota House of Representatives
Many students interested in pursuing a legal career intern at law offices as undergraduates.
Research opportunities include:
- Antonian Scholars Honors Program -- Antonian Scholars complete an academic or creative project as the final step in St. Kate's rigorous honors program. Past projects include research on topics such as gender stereotypes in French commercials and popular culture in classroom learning.
- Assistantship Mentoring Program (AMP) -- AMP pairs juniors and seniors with faculty or staff mentors on specific projects. Student Panyia Kong collaborated with Professor Hui Wilcox to research Hmong agriculture. More about AMP »