The main goal of the Sociology Internship is to provide work experience that complements the theory-based academic program which will help the student identify future career paths, improve career skills, and develop a network of career professionals and mentors.

The internship provides students with a supervised field experience in a social agency or organization. The student is responsible for securing placement prior to course enrollment. Credit can be earned only for work completed during the semester in which the student is enrolled in the course. Read our Internship Spotlight to find out about an intern's experience!

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There are many organizations available for internship. Please click on the category buttons below to check out some organizations that have provided internships. If there is a place you are interested in that is not listed, please consult Dr. Kyle Nelson for approval:


The Colorado Nonprofit Association also has internship opportunities listed on their site: Colorado Nonprofit Association.

If you have an internship opportunity you would like to post here, please contact the Sociology Department at 970-351-2315 or

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