As part of the program requirements students are required to complete either an internship and capstone project, or thesis. Most of our students pursue the internship option as a means to gain meaningful work experience prior to graduation. Internships may be either paid or unpaid placements in the public sector, and may be completed either during the school year or the summer. Students with prior work experience may be waived out of the internship, but must still complete the capstone.

Students should begin searching for an internship early in the school year as placements are competitive. 

MPA Internship and Career Links

Recent Internships

  • Port Clinton Walleye Festival
  • BG City Council
  • Grant writer for NAOMI House
  • Village of Ottawa - Community Development
  • Municipal court
  • Brown Bag Food Project
  • Bowling Green Community Foundation
  • WSOS Community Action Commission
  • National Archives and Records Administration
  • United Way
  • Center for Nonprofit Resources
  • Lucas County Board of Health
  • Wood County Republican Party
  • Center for Regional Development
  • Fair Housing Toledo
  • La Conexion

Updated: 09/28/2021 12:53PM