The Salamanca Internship Program is for students interested in improving their Spanish by working in a professional setting abroad. Student go during the first or second summer term and receive academic credit for an internship in one of a wide range of fields, including medicine, business, education, translation, interpreting, sports, political science, and sociology. No particular major is required for eligibility. Students must have completed one course beyond SPA 212 or SPA 213.
Students in the internship program typically take a 3h internship along with one other course listed below. The program includes several day trips to cities of cultural and historical interest. Students typically live with host families.
Courses in the Spanish major/minor available to summer internship students include:
|SPA 199||Internship in Spanish Language||1.5,3|
|SPA 303I||Language Study in the Context of an Internship||1.5,3|
|SPA 315||The Making of Spain: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Cultures of Spain||3|
|SPA 319||Literary and Cultural Studies of Spanish America||3|
|SPA 369||Special Topics in Literary and Cultural Studies||1.5,3|
|SPA 391||Internship in Spanish for Business and the Professions||1.5-3|
Program Director: Kathryn Mayers
Applications available at the Center for Global Programs and Studies