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Our German majors and minors have interned at the German-American Chamber of Commerce, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and the Goethe-Institut New York. Some internships have led to part-time and full-time job offers after graduation. For information about current internship opportunities, check out the announcements below. Questions? Please email the Department Chair.

Current internship opportunities

  • Cultural Corps is offering internships that pay $15/hour, allow you to work virtually, and give you the chance to work with one of NYC's cultural institutions. Students of ALL majors can apply to gain real world experience and develop a foundation of professional skills that they can use to succeed in achieving their career aspirations. Cultural Corps guarantees that every student accepted into the program will be placed at one of our many partnering institutions. Through the program students will enhance their knowledge, build a professional network, and apply their skills working in the diverse fields within the cultural sector. If you're interested in working within the cultural sector and developing your professional skills, APPLY NOW! The application deadline is September 27! To learn more, read through their website for more information and eligibility. If you still have questions, email
  • Hunter's Office of the Arts is now recruiting Arts Ambassadors. This is a program for students who are passionate about the arts, want to connect with fellow students and arts leaders, and may be interested in a career in the arts and arts management. Arts Ambassadors are student volunteers who are dedicated to building a flourishing Arts community at Hunter College. Arts Ambassadors will have the opportunity to develop career skills,engage with our Cultural Partners, and make new friends who share an interest in the arts. Applications are due September 8. More info, and the application, can be found here. Programming in the past has included virtual book-making workshops, career insights panels with working arts professionals, and group field trips to exhibitions and shows. Ambassadors are event organizers, content creators, and peer leaders. We encourage students from all departments to apply. As a reminder, we send out regular E-Blasts on upcoming events, jobs/internships, and other arts happenings if you'd like to sign up and keep up with our programming.


Ongoing internship opportunities


The Center for Jewish History offers internship opportunities: The Leo Baeck Institute also offers an archival internship:

Let's Get Ready is often looking for college students to volunteer or intern (paid). You can find more information at

What can an internship do for you? Check out this testimonial from German major Matthew Thompkins, who interned at the German American Chamber of Commerce:


Als ich bei der Deutsch-Amerikanischen Handlungskammer war, habe ich die wichtigsten Verbindungen meines Lebens gemacht. Ich hätte nie gedacht, dass dieses Praktikum so hilfreich wäre. Jeden Tag konnte ich mein Deutsch mit anderen Praktikanten benutzen und verbessern. Mein Hauptfach ist Germanistik, also es gefällt mir sehr täglich auf Deutsch zu sprechen, weil ich nicht so oft auf Deutsch mit echten Deutschen geredet habe. Ich hatte so viel Spaß an der Arbeit. Meine Verantwortlichkeiten waren einfach zu lernen, weil ich die beste Lehrerin der Welt (Jessica von Tresckow) hatte. Sie war vor allem die Person die mir alles beigebracht hat, was ich brauchte um die Arbeit voll gut zu machen. Sie hat mir auch die Bedeutung vom „Young Professional“ gezeigt. Jess hat bei der GACC auch angefangen, und jetzt sehe ich, wenn ich mich so wie sie bewährt habe, kann ich auch einen guten Job finden, und die GACC ist ein wunderschöner Ort zu beginnen.

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