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College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) Internship Program

The College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) Internship Program allows
students/individuals from any academic discipline the ability to gain
practical research, development or event-management experience.

Consistent with the mission and goals of CSRI and the Scholarly

Conference on College Sport, we welcome both undergraduate and graduate
students who have an interest in college sport, college-sport research,
event-management, development, or education to apply for the internship
program. Internships can be structured for course credit.

Commitment and Compensation

CSRI internships are flexible, in regard to time commitments. Presently,
research and event-management internships are unpaid. As a result we
recognize interns in these positions may need to secure additional part-time
employment. Therefore, the minimum time commitment for research and
event-management interns is 20 hours/week. Since development internships are
paid - based on a percent (20%) of developed memberships, donations, or
sponsorships - the minimum time expectation for these internships is 30
hours per week. However, if interns require a specified number of hours to
satisfy course credit requirements, CSRI can accommodate such a need.

Research Internships (Three - [3] Internships)

Development Internships (Two [2] Internships) _Paid

Event-Operations Internships (Two [2] Internships)

How to Apply

Internship applicants must submit an application packet that includes:

Resume specifying academic standing and GPA

Letter of interest detailing: Previous experience, Education & Rationale for

Three letters of recommendation (one from a previous professor)

Send all appropriate paperwork to:

CSRI Internship Coordinator
College Sport Research Institute
Evergreen House, CB 8162
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599


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