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The Student Life Internship Program was created in 2007 and provides student leaders with mentoring and practice in gaining professional experiences within the Division of Student Life while developing skills that prepare them for life beyond Lewis & Clark. 

Student Life Interns play in important part on our campus teams. Students selected for internships work in a very interactive environment where they are involved in the day-to-day activities of their departments, facilitate and lead programs, and gain direct experience in fields related to Higher Education and Student Affairs.





2015-2016 • Student Life Interns


Are you interested in applying for an

Internship for 2015-16?

The following offices will have intern positions available (click below for job descriptions, remuneration, and contact information):

Career Development Center

Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement

Renewable Energy (Facilities Service)

Click here to apply!

 Deadline: January 30, 2015


2014-2015 Student Life Interns

The current internship areas are listed below along with the names and contacts for current interns and their supervisors.

Campus LivingKarma Rose Macias ’15
Supervisor: Kelly Hoover

Career Development CenterTrushaa Catstelino ’15
Supervisor: Nina Olken

Dean of StudentsArianna Figueroa ’16
Supervisor: Anna Gonzalez

Inclusion & Multicultural EngagementEvelyn Guerrero ’16
Supervisor: Jessika Chi

Student ActivitiesLeann Knapp ’16
Supervisor: Jason Feiner

Student Support ServicesMcKenna Schoonover ’17
Supervisor: Rachel Orlansky

Third Culture Kids/International Students & ScholarsUgyen Lhamo ’15
Supervisor: Brian White 

Athletics Marketing & Promotion: Amanda Rabith ’15

Facilities/Event Management (Ray Warren Intern): Amy Omondi ’16 & Curtis Shirey ’15

Athletic Administration (Evan Williams Intern): Glenna Andrews ’15 

Supervisor: Sharon Sexton


Student Life Internship Coordinator—

Rachel Orlansky, Director of Student Support Services


Learning Outcomes for Student Life Interns