Student Involvement Internship Program

The connection of theory to practice is the core of the well-prepared young professional. By offering meaningful internship experiences, the Office of Student Involvement creates an important resource for our academic programs to use to recruit top students.

Options for credit AND not for credit

  • Assist with one event (assist staff who are responsible for a particular program, attend planning meetings, be responsible for tasks as well as attend event) Examples:
    • Homecoming Step Show
    • Family Weekend
  • Shadow program/staff (observe and attend meetings, etc. to see how a program runs or what a particular staff does day to day)
  • Plan/Coordinate/Implement a project

Length of internship is negotiable to meet the needs of the student.

Semester available: Fall, Spring and/or Summer

Supervisors will:

  1. Develop learning outcomes
  2. Focus on competency development
  3. Provide work space
  4. Meet weekly with supervisee
  5. Provide strengths coaching
  6. Review resume

Functional Areas Of Student Involvement

  • Organization Advising: Student Organization Advisory Board, Fraternity and Sorority Life, ELSB, SAB
  • Programming/Events: SAB, FSL, ELSB, Student Leadership and Service, ASBB
  • Assessment and/or Research
  • Student Travel: International Service Learning Program

Graduate students are encouraged to apply. Undergraduates are eligible for any internship as interested. Contact Pam Curtis at or 852.0242 for more information. If you are interested, submit a resume and cover letter that highlights what skills you are hoping to develop during an internship.