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Paid internships that prepare you for your career

Internships are a great way to explore your career interests, build professional skills, earn credit, and fulfill the Hamline Plan Liberal Education as Practice (LEAP) requirement. We encourage you to participate in two internships at Hamline: An exploratory, entry-level internship as early as your sophomore year and another to further career development in your junior or senior year.

How are internships paid? 

At Hamline, we ensure completing an internship for credit isn't a financial burden but a financial benefit. Unlike some other schools, all Hamline internships are paid internships. If the employer you are interning with does not pay for your registered internship, Hamline will pay you a stipend. 

Hamline students complete approximately 300 internships every year.

Photo of Caleb Lueders, right, at Klas Field

As a marketing intern at Athletes Global Corporation, I spent months building spreadsheets, doing calculations, and budgeting for a big project. Watching it all come together made it all worth it.

Caleb Lueders '24, business administration: Marketing; of Houston, Texas

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Note for current students: Please be aware that internships cannot be registered retroactively (already completed). Get more information on how to register for an internship below.

Student guide

Student FAQ

Internship faculty supervisor guide

Internship employer supervisor guides