The Jewish studies program offers you a wide variety of opportunities to work with professors outside the classroom, obtain real world experience, and become a more engaged, well-rounded member of the community. Below are just a few of the ways that you can become involved with work outside of your studies at the University:
- Internships give you the opportunity to contribute to the success of a business or organization while gaining hands-on experience to supplement your education.
- Our undergraduates gain experience volunteering in the local community and seeing Jewish studies in action.
- Gain valuable research experience as an undergraduate by participating in hands-on historical research. Work closely with faculty members on an independent study project or to fill a class slot by pursuing a topic of personal interest.