Student Involvement Internships
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 & non-credit internships
- 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:
- Student Involvement Fair / Cookout
- Student Awards
- 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
- Develop learning outcomes
- Focus on competency development
- Provide work space
- Meet weekly with supervisee
- Provide strengths coaching
- Review resume
Functional Areas of Student Involvement
- Organization Advising: Student Organization Advisory Board, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Engage Lead Serve Board, Student Activities Board
- Programming/Events: SAB, FSL, ELSB, Student Leadership and Service
- Assessment and/or Research
- Student Travel: International Service Learning Program and Alternative Service Breaks
Graduate students are encouraged to apply. Undergraduates are eligible for any internship as interested. Contact Kathy Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 852-6702 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.