Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice Internship Opportunities



Student internships can be pursued in each concentration offered by the department.  Internships provide students with opportunities to apply what they have learned in the classroom to real workplace settings, allowing them to explore possible career avenues while adding valuable practical experience to their resumes.  The department has a specific internship coordinator to assist students in sociology or anthropology, and a separate internship coordinator for students in criminal justice.  Students who are interested in completing an internship in the department should visit the department office for more information.  They must also attend the preliminary information sessions which convene each semester prior to the internship to begin the internship process.  Students can complete 3-6 course units in internship placements, at one or different internship sites.  Specific examples of recent internship locations include:


  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
  • Department of Juvenile Services (Uplift Program)
  • Police Athletic League of Baltimore County

  • Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

  • Department of Natural Resources Police

  • Maryland Chapter of the NASW

  • Prisoner’s Aid

  • International Rescue Committee

  • Walters Art Museum

  • Latino Health Initiative

  • State's Attorney's Office, Baltimore County

  • Baltimore Sun

  • Maryland Historical Trust, Archaeology Division

  • The Daily Record

  • Circuit Court of Baltimore, Family Services Division

  • Villa Maria 

  • Baltimore City Police Department, Sex Offense Unit

  • Neighborhood Design Center

  • North Baltimore Center

  • Baltimore County Health Department, Bureau of Substance Abuse

  • INNterim (Transitional Housing)

  • Anna's House (Transitional Housing)

  • Sheppard Pratt

  • Centro de la Comunidad 

  • Baltimore County Police Department

  • Maryland State Police

  • Harford County Sheriff's Department

  • House of Ruth (Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence)

  • United Nations High Commission on Refugees

  • Mayor’s Office of Neighborhoods (The Believe Program)

  • Immigration Outreach Service Center

  • Social Security Administration, Inspector General’s Office

For more information, please attend an upcoming Internship Interest Meeting posted each semester in our department or contact:


Bob Wall (

Criminal Justice

Laura Hahn (


Steven Erik Hartmark (

  Welcome Drs. Miho Iwata and Joan Antunes, the newest members of the department's faculty!  
  Interested in an internship in Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice?  If so, contact internship coordinators Robert Wall (Anth), Stephen Erik Hartmark (Soci), or Laura Hahn (Crmj).
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