Graduate Internships

Internship Spotlight

Internships, Fellowships and Applied Field Experiences (for MPP students only) provide you with the opportunity to gain professional level experience while testing out career options and building skills and experience to be marketable for future employment. They enable you to build your resume, your professional network and are often an entryway into full time employment. Additionally, Internships may offer compensation and the chance to earn credit through internship courses offered at Bloustein. Sometimes internships are unpaid, but they are still great resume and skill builders that should be considered.

Recurring Internships

Search our database for internships and fellowships with many planning, policy,
and health-related organizations.

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Recent Internships

Urban Planning

ARUP

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

Greater Cleveland RTA

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey

Louis Berger

Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA)

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

New Jersey Transit

New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT)

New York City Housing and Preservation Development

Parsons Brinkerhoff

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Project for Public Spaces

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy

Somerset County Planning Division

Township of Edison

Trenton Department of Housing & Community Development

Public Policy

Bergen County Department of Planning & Economic Development

Consulate General of Canada in New York

Congressional Budget Office, DC

Elijah’s Promise

Government Accountability Office, DC

New Jersey Community Capital

NJ Department of Children and Families

New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development

NJ Future

New Jersey Policy Perspective

NYC Office of Management & Budget

Shanghai Adream Charitable Foundation

United Nations

UNICEF (Gender and Rights Division)

US Department of State, Regional Security Office-US Embassy in Singapore

William Penn Foundation

World Economic Forum