Gain Experience in Behavior and Culture Studies

There are many opportunities for students interested in the Behavior and Culture Studies job family to gain experience and add skills that are directly applicable to the workplace. Check out the options below. If you have questions about any of these programs, contact the Internship Specialist for the College associated with your major:

  • Corey Davidson supports the Colleges of: Education; Health and Public Service; Liberal Arts and Social Sciences – most majors; and Music
  • Sarah Spath supports the Colleges of: Engineering; Information; Liberal Arts and Social Sciences – Communications, International Studies, and Journalism; Merchandising, Hospitality, and Tourism; Science; and Visual Arts and Design
  • G. Brint Ryan College of Business – Brian Hirsch, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Professional Selling and all RCOB Graduate Students and Alumni; Beth Kent, Aviation Logistics, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Operations & Supply Chain Management; Lola Aje, BCIS; Business Analytics; Economics; Finance; Information Technology; Real Estate; and Risk, Insurance & Financial Services
  • Students at UNT at Frisco – Stacey Jones


Wondering about internship opportunities related to the Behavior and Culture Studies job family?

Internship experiences UNT students have completed recently:

  • A&E Counseling Client Services Coordinator
  • ACH Child and Family Services
  • Adoption Specialist Intern
  • Child Development Assistant
  • Family Advocate Intern
  • International Affairs Intern
  • Library and Theatre Special Education Aide
  • Lion Heart Children’s Academy Intern
  • Non-Profit Agency Intern
  • Sensory Motor and Cognitive Coach
Examples of internships recently posted in Handshake:

  • AmeriCorps Mobile Pantry Team Member
  • Communications Sustainability Intern
  • Development and Marketing Internship
  • Internships, Nonprofit government reform
  • Project Youth Extension Service (YES) Summer Internship
  • Remote Adult ESL Teacher Intern
  • Research Librarian Fall Intern
  • Social Justice Organizing Internship on Your Campus

Internship Alternatives

  • Forage – Are you looking for an alternative to a traditional internship? Forage is a virtual work experience program that allows students to engage in online simulations of the work done at leading companies, and the account is free. Some Forage opportunities related to the Behavior and Culture Studies job family include:
  • CLASSROOM Build Student Agency
  • GE Explorer: Human Resources Program
  • King & Wood Mallesons Law Virtual Experience Program
  • White & Case The Future of Law is Global
  • Work Ready Virtual Experience
  • Parker Dewey – Looking for a paid, short-term experience? Parker Dewey is a competitive opportunity for students to complete professional assignments in a completely virtual setting. Some Parker Dewey employers related to Behavior and Culture Studies include:
  • EcoMedicine is a new field in medicine which aims to link the health of the planet, the healing power of nature, and personal medical health.
  • Non Profit Ministry that helps churches and ministries cultivate and produce stories of life change through audio and video.
  • Rise Education is building a network of international schools grounded in innovative pedagogical practices and curricula, focused on college and career readiness
  • W (formerly Young Professionals of Wichita) is a community for young professionals in Wichita, Kansas. Through networking, leadership opportunities, and exclusive programs, we prepare you for career and personal growth.
  • Work Shift is a nonprofit, digital hub for news, analysis, and opinion focused on whether higher education and training are delivering the talent and opportunity that society needs.
  • Xylem, a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, is the leading global provider of efficient, innovative and sustainable water technologies improving the way water is used, managed, conserved and re-used.