Gain Experience and Build Networks

Would you like to gain experience working in your future profession, build professional networks or possibly secure employment upon graduation? Then you should consider an internship for academic credit in your major or minor.

The  Department of Political Science, Criminal Justice and Organizational Leadership has established internship opportunities with over one hundred agencies in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati region. Internships are an ideal way for students majoring or minoring in political science, criminal justice, international studies or public administration to refine their skills and gain knowledge regarding "real-world" organizational practices.

Internships have been completed in government agencies at local, state and federal levels, nonprofit organizations and the private sector. In some cases, successful completion of an internship has resulted in job offers after graduation.

For more information contact: Dr. Kristen Lovett.

Organizational Leadership students interested in pursuing a leadership practicum should email for details.


Where can I intern? See below for a few of the sites.



County Attorneys' Offices
Drug Court
Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office
Hamilton County Juvenile Court
Legislative Research Commission
Police Departments (KY & Ohio)
Probation & Parole Offices (KY & Ohio)
Kenton County Sheriff
U.S. Postal Inspectors (KY & Ohio)
U.S. Marshals
U.S. Secret Service



American Red Cross
Brighton Center
Dress For Success
Freedom Center
Holly Hill Children's Home
Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center
International Red Cross
Japanese Society
Kentucky Alternative Programs
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Ohio Innocence Project
The Washington Center
Women's Crisis Center
World Affairs Council



Investigative Services
Mediation Services
The Washington Center
and more . . .