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Experiential Learning Coordinator

Rhea Floyd


"Gain Experience"

"Build Networks"

Consider an internship for academic credit


Internships provide excellent resume material, give students real world work experience, help students define their career goals, enable networking opportunities, and provide the potential to serve as a gateway for employment at the host agency/organization.

Build professional networks or possibly secure employment upon graduation.

With over 100 agencies in Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnat, internships have been completed in government agencies at local, state and federal levels, nonprofit organizations and the private sector.

For more information contact Experiential Learning Coordinator Rhea Floyd // 859-572-1961.

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


Requirements and Forms
  • Minimum GPA of 2.75 in major
  • Successful completion of JUS 101/PSC 100
  • Criminal Justice majors - Completed 9 credit hours of core courses 
  • Political Science majors - Completed 12 credit hours of core courses. 
  • International studies and public administration - contact intern coordinator
  • Nature of internship
  • Completed internship application (pdf)
Internship with coffee

Internship Opportunity Examples

There are many opportunities for students in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati region, but the following is a selection of organizations with internship programs that may interest Criminal Justice and Political Science students. Students are expected to secure their own internship with approval from the intern coordinator prior to enrollment into the course. 


Co-op Credit (CEP 300)

If you are interested in learning more about co-op experiences or how to turn your current job/position into a co-op credit, visit the Career Services office. They can assist with registration and reporting your co-op in HireNKU.