Intern at the Milwaukee Justice Center-The Milwaukee Justice Center is seeking internship candidates for Fall 2019. Training and supervision is provided. Internships are unpaid, but may be completed for academic credit. Interns are expected to serve a minimum of 6-10 hours per week, but may do more if they so desire. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in pursuing a social work, social justice, or legal careers. All majors are accepted and no prior experience is required.
Intern with Senator Tammy Baldwin-University students who possess a passion for public service, a desire to create positive social change, and an interest in gaining knowledge of and experience in constituent services through the office of a U.S. Senator are encouraged to apply.
Follow Kayla’s Internship Journey in Ghana-Global Studies Summer Internship Awardee Kayla Kozlowski is spending three weeks in Ghana with Saha Global, helping women launch business that provide clean water to rural communities in northern Ghana. Follow her journey here!
Join the Global Impact Corps!-Participate in a hands-on, immersive, and unique global health experience in Ghana, Honduras, or India. Students and professionals support and assist local doctors as they provide care in villages, slums, and refugee camps to those who are otherwise unable to access care.
Alumni Video Contest!-To celebrate the success of our graduates and promote our dynamic programs, the Global and International Studies program is collecting a variety of video testimonials from GS and IS graduates. Submit your video for a chance to win a $150 Amazon gift card!
6th Annual UWM International Dessert Competition-An amazing array of desserts were on display at this year’s 6th Annual UWM International Dessert Competition with entries from 20+ places across the world: Germany/Vietnam fusion, Germany, Holland, India, Italy, United Kingdom, Palestine, Romania, Japan, Indonesia, Israel, Denmark, Greece,... Read More