AMER 390 Summer Training

The minimum time for this practice in an organization is six weeks (30 workdays). The main objective is to observe a non-academic organization in an original setting, with the idea of applying skills learned in AMER, learning new skills, and preparing for a life after university. Organizations can be any of the following: think-tanks, human rights organizations, NGOs, charities, business and law firms, newspapers, magazines, broadcasting companies, publishing houses, etc. Students are especially encouraged to find community service-oriented training, in order to learn responsibility both for oneself and others. It is crucial to secure the approval of the department chair re the suitability of the intended summer training place. Students should do this before they make arrangements with the organization. A written report summarizing training experience is required. Credit units: None ECTS Credit units: 9.

Autumn Semester (Dennis Raymond Bryson)

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