Student Life Intern Program
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. 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 Student Affairs.
To provide students working experience in various departments and offices within Student Affairs while simultaneously developing their professional and interpersonal skills in order to prepare them for life after Lewis & Clark. We also aim to uphold the Four Foci of the Division of Student Life.
The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is a hiring an undergraduate intern! If you are interested in assisting with the resolution of student conduct and behavioral concerns in the L&C community, this is a great opportunity to develop your civic leadership skills and to learn about these processes. Prior experience with conflict resolution, crisis management, and administrative tasks is preferred. The successful candidate will be committed to employing restorative educational practices of justice, as opposed to punitive disciplinary measures. Compensation includes a credit for housing in a double-room on campus. Candidates interested in applying should submit a resume and a cover letter to SRR@lclark.edu by Friday, October 6th, 2017 at 5pm.
Internships are typically available in the following offices:
- Alumni and Parent Programs
- Career Center
- Student Rights & Responsibilities
- Student Leadership & Service
- International Students and Scholars
- Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement
- Renewable Energy
- Student Activities (not available for 2017-18)
- Dean of Students Office
- Physical Education & Athletics
Please contact Nina Olken (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about this program.