ATLAS Internship Program

ATLAS Internship Info Session 2020

Check out our Fall 2020 Info Session about what to expect as an ATLAS intern, here from current ATLAS interns and meet the Internship Program Staff!


All ATLAS internships will be conducted remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

Contact with any questions or concerns. 

Our Goal

In today's technology-driven society, computational skills are being utilized as problem-solving tools in many different professional fields. Because of this, ATLAS aims to help students in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences integrate technological and professional skills into their course of study to help foster a unique and versatile skill set.

We hope to help students develop a deeper understanding of technology by exposing them to essential skills that can help them thrive in the workplace. ATLAS gives students countless opportunities to apply themselves in a professional work setting, allowing them to gain valuable work experience and transferable skills.

Semester-long internships are offered internally within ATLAS, as well as externally at various departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, other University-affiliated organizations, and various local non-profits.

What We Look For

We accept students of all calibers who are in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Our program has hosted a diverse array of students majoring in a wide selection of majors —you can check out some of these interns on our ATLAS Intern Spotlight page! Our unique program also has no GPA requirements, and no prior experience is necessary. All we look for is an interest in technology, a passion for learning and the drive to succeed!

Email to set up an appointment to visit our offices or for more information.

 To apply, please fill out an ATLAS Internship Application!

Come Visit Us!

We have locations in Room G8C of the Foreign Language Building or Room 15 in the English Building!

G8C Foreign Language Building 

707 S. Matthews Ave.

Urbana, IL 61801

15 English Building 

608 Wright St., 

Urbana, IL 61801 

Humanities Professional Resource Center (HPRC)

105 Gregory Hall

810 S Wright St

Urbana, IL 61801