The Community Leadership Intern Program places interested undergraduate students in 12-15 hour a week internships at community organizations for the spring semester of each year. In addition to the internship, students attend a weekly seminar that centers around ethical leadership. Participating students receive six credits in addition to real-life experience working in the non-profit field.
Here is what previous interns had to say about the program
"I had a great experience. It [CLIP] helped me figure out where I want to work and in what field. I also learned marketable skills to add to my resume and gained great reference."
"I loved it! It was a wonderful stepping stone into my final years in school."
"It is worthwhile in its professional development, exposure to a sector not many consider, and the lessons taught in seminars. I believe it has led me in the right direction for future success."
This is a wonderful opportunity for all students. Applications are available at the U-Y(University Ave and 18th) or online at the U-Y website. The application deadline is November 1st.
For more information check out the Program Page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.