The Trinity College Rome Campus internship program counts towards an academic credit, is supported by an internship seminar and includes a number of options in various sectors: Arts and design, business and law, food and service, education, social work, sports, media, entertainment and more.

Participation in the internship program puts students in close daily contact with Italian co-workers and gives them the opportunity to practice their Italian in a professional setting. Our internship programming integrated with course content when possible. For example, our new internship in social-anthropological work at the Ex-Fenile works directly with the Urban and Global course.

  • Although internships are available to students at all levels of Italian language, some internships may have language requirements,  and are limited to students who have intermediate or higher level of  Italian.
  • Internships are unpaid and earn academic credit, and will be taken in conjunction with an internship seminar about Italian culture (1 Trinity credit = 3.5 semester hours).
  • Students are required to work a 100 hours during ​ the semester at their internship.
  • Unless otherwise noted, internships require an average weekly commitment of 8-10 hours.
  • While the Rome Campus does everything possible to place interested students in an internship, placements are not guaranteed and may vary according to sponsor availability.
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Lindsay Oliver 66 Vernon Street
Hartford, CT 06106
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