Benefits of an internship:

  • Gain hands-on experience in a professional setting
  • Meet and connect with those in your field - potential future employers, coworkers, etc.
  • Gain self-confidence, professional experience, and leadership skills
  • Earn up to three upper-division Honors credits (during the fall or spring semesters)

Barrett students engage in cutting-edge research with distinguished ASU faculty or through special partnerships with the Mayo Clinic, the Biodesign Institute, and Intel. Students are developing iPhone applications, building robots, designing games, or developing tools to improve healthcare, meet global energy needs, provide clean water, or secure data and information privacy. There are over six hundred internship opportunities developed exclusively for Barrett students. Barrett students secure internships in the governor’s office, local congressional districts, and the United States Senate, as well as with Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Google, and The American Heart Institute.

To learn more about internships that offer honors credit, visit the Honors Credit page.

The most current internship opportunities for Barrett will be publicized over the Honors-L listserv, social media, and posted here. Opportunities on this page will be updated regularly.

For questions, contact Amy Sever, Director-Student Community Development, at amy.sever@asu.edu.