About the Lubbock Internship
For students who would prefer to gain internship experience while continuing regular classes at Texas Tech, the Government and Public Service Internship offers internships in Lubbock. The internship is available to Texas Tech students during the summer, fall, and spring semesters. The internship is part-time, designed to work around the student’s academic schedule, and a scholarship is available to help defray the costs associated with the internship.
The intern must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours at Texas Tech University while interning in Lubbock. As such, the intern is a full-time Texas Tech student. Before starting the Lubbock internship, the student will work with his or her academic department to gain academic credit for his or her internship experience. The credit is earned through the intern’s work at the member’s office as well as through various assignments throughout the semester.
To participate in the program, it is preferred that undergraduate students have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and have completed a minimum of 60 semester credit hours before the semester they wish to participate in the internship. Graduate students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 are also eligible to participate.
No particular major or disciplinary background is required to apply for an internship. Students will acquire skills and experience through the program that will serve them well no matter what career or field of study they choose.
Other Important Qualifications:
- Ability to communicate effectively through both oral and written means
- Involvement at Texas Tech
- Ability to get along and work with diverse groups of people
- Desire to learn and good work ethic
- Well-mannered and able to interact well with others
To apply for the internship, click here.