Program Overview

The Arts and Humanities Internship Program (AHIP) provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to develop the skills they're learning in their program, build their resume and professional network, and explore career interests – all while gaining practical experience related to their field of interest or degree and earning academic credit.

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Arts and Humanities Internship Program Quick Facts:

  • Program: Undergraduate registration in the third or fourth year* of either a Major, Specialization, or Honours Specialization in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
  • Grade Requirement: Cumulative average of at least 70% and no failures or academic offenses.**
  • Length: Minimum 120 hours for 0.5 credit or minimum 240 hours for 1.0 credit.
  • Commitment: Part-time (fall, winter, summer) or full-time (summer) internships are available.
  • Term: Fall (September-December), Winter (January-April), or Summer (May-August).
  • Academic Credit: 0.5 to 1.0 academic credit.
  • Location: In-person, remote, or hybrid; local, national, or global.
  • Application Process: Apply through Western Connect, complete the required training modules, and search for a job. It’s that easy! Visit the Application Process page for more information.
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The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Western University is committed to creating equitable and inclusive learning environments that value diverse perspectives and experiences, both inside and outside the classroom. We recognize that students can be marginalized based on social identity characteristics such as, but not limited to, Indigeneity, race, ethnicity, nationality, ability, gender identity, gender expression, sexuality, age, language, religion, and socioeconomic status. Understanding this, we strive to facilitate equitable experiences and inclusion during all internship opportunities by respecting and integrating multiple ways of knowing, being, and doing.

* A student entering third year may do an internship in the Summer between second year and third year.

** Any academic offenses may hinder a student’s ability to qualify for an internship. Approval of the Department and Dean’s Office of the Arts and Humanities is required. See the Eligibility Criteria page for more information.