Public Affairs 4191.01
Glenn College undergraduate students have the opportunity to earn academic credit for their internship. This is done through successfully completing PUBAFRS 4191.01 (Nonprofit or Public Affairs Internship
). In order for your internship to be eligible for this course, it must:
- Require at least 10 hours of work per week
- Be in a field which is relevant to the students’ course of study or professional interests
- Be preapproved by the Glenn College Office of Career Services”
I was just hired into an internship, and I want to earn credit. Now what?
- Complete the Position Acceptance Form
- Send completed form to Allie Hutchison at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off in person at the front desk in 110 Page Hall
- Once it has been determined that your internship meets the qualifications, the course instructor will register you for Public Affairs 4191.01
How many credit hours is PUBAFRS 4191.01 worth?
- The class is worth 3 credit hours.
How is PUBAFRS 4191.01 graded?
Can I retake PUBAFRS 4191.01?
Yes. A student may take the course for a total of six credit hours
. However, the class may not be repeated for the same internship. If a student intends to take PUBAFRS 4191.01 twice, two separate internship experiences will be required.
Past internship locations
- Ohio Democratic Party
- Ohio Department of Transportation
- The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio
- United Way of Central Ohio
- American Red Cross
- LEAD Ohio
- Senator Sherrod Brown
- Ohio House of Representatives
Washington Academic Internship Program
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs offers an exciting opportunity for Ohio State students to study and work in the nation’s capital. In the Washington Academic Internship Program, outstanding undergraduates from across campus spend an entire semester in Washington, D.C., as John Glenn Fellows. Click here to learn more
High School Internship Program
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs High School Internship Program is a unique public service internship program that allows high school students in the fall term of their senior year to gain first-hand experience within organizations in the public service sector. Click here to learn more