The NYSED SUNY Student Internship Program is a great opportunity for University at Albany Undergraduate & Graduate students to gain valuable experience at a paid internship. Students are paid via University at Albany and supervised by a NYSED Employee. As of Spring 2023, Undergraduates are paid $14.20/hour while Graduate students are paid $17.20/hr.
In order to be eligible, students must be enrolled for at least 6 credits for the semester they plan to attend their institution. Internships are available during the Fall, Summer, Spring, and Winter Terms; all internships are part-time and interns may work no more than 20 hours/week during the semester. During the Summer & Winter Terms, students may work a maximum of 25 hours/week.
If you are an international student, this program falls under a University at Albany Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). For more information relating to MoUs and International Student Eligibility, please check out this document.
Application Process and Requirements:
- Review the list of Current Assignments and select your top choice(s);
- Complete the Student Internship Application. You will not be considered for an assignment without a completed application which must include a signature by the campus coordinator for your school. Please send applications to Albert Maya, Campus Coordinator either via email or delivered physical copy in Science Library G-50.
- Submit a copy of your signed Student Internship Application, current resume, a copy of your current college transcript (A legible student copy is acceptable) to Internships@nysed.gov(link sends e-mail)
Career & Professional Development
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