GGC’s academic internship program connects students to relevant, real-world working experiences for academic credit. Academic internships are not only a learning experience for students, but also provide excellent benefits to participating employers.
Academic internships vary depending on the chosen area of study. They may be paid or unpaid opportunities and range from 90-120 hours per semester. Opportunities are available throughout Gwinnett County and metro Atlanta and include businesses like the Gwinnett Daily Post, WSB-TV, The Carter Center, State Farm, Gwinnett County Public Schools and more.
As a participating employer, you’re helping students bridge classroom learning with real-world experience in their field of study. Participating employers benefit by:
- Creating a pipeline of new talent,
- Qualifying future employees in “test-runs,” and
- Gaining student perspectives who are currently seeking a degree in your industry.
Employers interested in hiring GGC students as academic interns may contact Sherrie Goodman: firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.407.5783.
Dr. Latanya Hammonds-Odie
Learn more about biology internships.
Dr. Marvin Bontrager
Learn more about business administration internships.
Dr. Kevin O'Halloran
Cinema and Media Arts Production
Dr. Danielle Williams
Learn more about cinema and media arts production internships.
Dr. Maryann White
Learn more about criminal justice/criminology internships.
Dr. Daniel Vollaro
Learn more about English internships.
Dr. Karla A. Caillouet
Dr. Bill Rogers
Learn more about exercise science internships.
Dr. Ellen Rafshoon
Dr. Carey Shellman
Learn more about history internships.
Human Development and Aging Services (HDAS)
Dr. David Kirschner
Learn more about human development and aging services internships.
Dr. Lissa Pollacia
Learn more about information technology internships.
Learn more about integrative studies internships.
Dr. Laura Young
Learn more about the political science practicum.
Dr. Vickie Williams
Learn more about psychology internships.