Arizona PIRG interns earn course credit by working on research projects or campaigns. The purpose of the internship program is to provide the opportunity to take education out of the classroom, to do hands-on work, learn important skills, and make a direct impact on public interest issues. On each of its college campuses, Arizona PIRG organizers work closely with university faculty to offer course credit internships that combine classroom learning with hands on experience. Arizona PIRG offers internships on all of its campaigns.
At Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park in Globe, Arizona, visitors walk through a 700-year old Salado Culture pueblo, climb ladders to second story rooms and view the typical furnishings of the era. Numerous artifacts of this remarkably advanced culture are also displayed in the Besh-Ba-Gowah Museum. Besh-Ba-Gowah has one of the largest single site archaeological collections in the Southwest and is one of the most significant finds of Southwest archaeology. It is one of the largest and most complex of the Salado communities.
The mission of the Museum of Northern Arizona is to inspire a sense of love and responsibility for the beauty and diversity of the Colorado Plateau through collecting, studying, interpreting, and preserving the region's natural and cultural heritage. This unpaid internship is open to students; activities include planning and implementing educational programs, participating in festival art collection trips and facilitating festivals. Please contact Pats Shriver: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to “Arizona Interns-In-Action” – where intern opportunities are available at over 50 State of Arizona government agencies. This program has been developed for interns to gain practical training and hands-on, real-world experience that will help them meet their educational goals and prepare for their professional careers. State agencies benefit from selecting interns in career fields of study that relate to their agencies, and interns can be great sources of assistance as they put into practice what they have been learning. Many individuals who start at the state as interns go on to become full time state employees, as you’ll discover when you read their stories.
Last Revised: 11/26/2014