Internship Sites for the Sociology & Criminology Department

Listed below is a list of recent internship sites for students major in our department. There is often overlap between internship sites, with some sites serving as placements for sociology and sociology with a specialization in social work and social policy majors or criminology majors.

Crime Internships

  • EPA Criminal Investigations Division (California)
  • Indiana Department of Homeland Security
  • Indiana Secretary of State
  • Office of the Attorney General
  • Marion County Prosecutors Office
  • Marion Superior Court, Juvenile Division
  • Local Police Departments (inc. Avon, Carmel, Fishers, Lawrence)
  • United States Marshal Service
  • AIM (truancy program)
  • Applied Behavior Center if Indiana
  • Marion County Community Corrections
  • Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Social Work Internships

  • Indiana Department of Child Services
  • Horizon House
  • Indiana Women’s Prison – Family Preservation Program
  • Children’s Bureau of Indianapolis
  • Family and Social Services Administration
  • Youth Emergency Services
  • Adult Protective Services
  • Ambassadors for Children
  • Exodus Refugee Immigration, Inc.
  • Salvation Army
  • So Others Might Eat (SOME)
  • United Way of Central Indiana
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana

Sociology Internships

  • Alliance for Retired America with AFL-CIO (Washington, DC)
  • Planned Parenthood of Indiana
  • Coburn Place Safe Haven
  • Fathers & Family
  • Girl Scouts of America
  • American Federation of Teachers (Washington D.C.)
  • St. Vincent Hospital, Rural and Urban Access to Health Division
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Little Red Door Cancer Agency
  • Make-a-Wish Foundation
  • National Kidney Foundation
  • Martin Luther King Community Center
  • Indianapolis Children’s Museum
  • Center for American Progress
  • Indiana partnership to Prevent Violent Injury & Death (Riley Hospital for Children)
  • Outreach (Homeless Youth), Inc.
  • Indianapolis Medical Society—Project Health