Along with academic courses, exchanges, and faculty led programs, Warren Wilson also offers various opportunities for students to participate in Intern + Study programs, with both international and domestic options. These generally include a part-time internship in a field relevant to a students' major and career interests, with accompanying academic seminars. Students can gain a full semester's worth of credit through such programs with prior approval. Participating in an internship experience allows students to contribute meaningfully to their host culture while also gaining valuable self-knowledge and skills that can have substantial benefits when pursuing a career post-graduation.

Highlighted International Internship Programs

Intern Abroad, HQ

London, England (FIE)

Dublin, Ireland (FIE)

Sorrento, Italy (CIS)


Barcelona, Spain (SAE)

Domestic Internship Programs

Domestic internship programs typically include housing in urban apartments, placement at an internship site relevant to a student's interests, and complementary academic seminars.

Washington Center:

New York Arts Program:

Philadelphia Center:

Virtual Internship Programs

Virtual internship programs typically are 15-25 hours per week and can be done during the semester in addition to course work at Warren Wilson, or over the summer. Virtual internships are a great way to get intercultural experience and career experience while staying at home or on campus.

Irish or British Company Internship (FIE):

Virtual Internships in Barcelona (Barcelona SAE):

Virtual Internships (CIEE):

Independent Internship Opportunities

For students interested in designing their own internship during the summer, the Warren Wilson Career Development Center runs a Summer Stipend program that could help fund the experience. Follow this link for more information about the Summer Stipend Program.

To find more information on these programs

Visit our program database and application portal. Selecting Advanced Search and typing "Internship" will list the current programs supported by Warren Wilson, and will provide links to the programs home pages for more in depth information and research opportunities.

To apply for programs: From within the program database, click "list all" and search for the program you hope to apply to, or click "advanced search" and type in the program's information. Once you have found the program and clicked on the link, you will see an "apply now" tab on the right side of the page.