March 7, 2013

APA Seeks Applicants for Graduate Student Public Interest Policy Internships for 2013-2014

The American Psychological Association's Public Interest Government Relations Office (PI-GRO) is seeking two graduate student interns for the 2013-2014 academic year. Graduate student interns will gain first-hand knowledge of the ways in which psychological research can inform public policy and the roles psychology can play in its formulation and implementation. The graduate student intern will spend one year working with PI-GRO staff to influence legislative and regulatory activities impacting populations and issues, such as: aging; children, youth, and families; disabilities; ethnic minorities; individuals with HIV/AIDS; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons; military, veterans and their families; socioeconomic status; women; as well as social concerns (e.g. media; or trauma, violence, and abuse). The intern's activities include participating in legislative and advocacy work, such as assisting in the preparation of testimony and briefing papers and attending congressional hearings and coalition meetings. Applications are due on March 22, 2013.

For more information on the internship and application materials please visit: http://www.apa.org/about/awards/policy-grad.aspx.

Posted by rutka005 at 3:25 PM

June 5, 2012

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - AEA GRADUATE EDUCATION DIVERSITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GEDI)

The Institute for Diversity, Equity and Advocacy (IDEA) would like to share the following information with you.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
AEA GRADUATE EDUCATION DIVERSITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GEDI)
DEADLINE: Thursday, June 21, 2012

The American Evaluation Association welcomes applications for its Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program that provides paid internship and training opportunities for academic year 2012/2013. The GEDI program works to engage and support students from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of evaluation. The goals of the GEDI program are to:

-Expand the pool of graduate students of color and from other under-represented groups who have extended their research capacities to evaluation.
-Stimulate evaluation thinking concerning under-represented communities and culturally responsive evaluation.
-Deepen the evaluation profession's capacity to work in racially, ethnically and culturally diverse settings.

-Interns may come from a variety of disciplines, including public health, education, political science, anthropology, psychology, sociology, social work, and the natural sciences. Their commonality is a strong background in research skills, an interest in extending their capacities to the field of evaluation, and a commitment to thinking deeply about culturally responsive evaluation practice.

The Internship: Building on the training content described below, the Interns work the equivalent of approximately two days per week at an internship site near their home institution from approximately September 1 to July 1. The interns may work on a single evaluation project or multiple projects at the site, but all internship work is focused on building skills and confidence in real-world evaluation practices. Interns receive a stipend of $8,000 in recognition of their internship work based on completion of the internship and satisfactory finalization of program requirements, including any deliverables due to the host agency, progress reports, and reflections on the internship experience.

Training and Networking Components: It is assumed that students come to the program with basic qualitative and quantitative research skills. The GEDI program then works to extend those skills to evaluation through multiple activities:

Fall Seminar. A five-day intensive seminar, held August 19 to August 23 in Claremont, CA, provides an orientation that expands the student's knowledge and understanding of critical issues in evaluation, including thinking about building evaluation capacities to work across cultures and diverse groups. The interns complete a self-assessment in the Fall, clarifying their own goals during program participation.

AEA Annual Conference. Interns will spend the week of October 22 to October 27 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the American Evaluation Association annual conference. While there, they attend (a) pre-conference workshops selected to fill gaps in their knowledge and skills, (b) conference sessions exploring the breadth and depth of the field, and (c) multiple networking events to connect them with senior colleagues. The interns also conduct a small-service learning project in the form of an evaluation of one component of the conference.

Winter Seminar. A three-day seminar, held in January or February, provides the students with additional training, coaching on their evaluation projects, and panel discussions with evaluation practitioners working in a range of contexts.

Evaluation Project. Interns will have the opportunity to provide support to an agency's evaluation activities in close proximity to their graduate institution. Interns will provide three updates on their evaluation project activities as part of the internship program, describing and reflecting on the application of their evaluation knowledge to the actual project activities.

Monthly Webinars: The students gather each month for a two-hour webinar to check in on evaluation projects and site placements, add to existing skill-sets, and learn from invited guest speakers.

AEA/CDC Summer Evaluation Institute. The program ends with attendance at the Summer Evaluation Institute held in Atlanta each June. There, students once again connect and finalize project reporting, attend training workshops, and participate in a graduation ceremony.

Specific Support Mechanisms: Interns are supported by colleagues at school, at their site placements, and within the sponsoring association:

An Academic Advisor. The academic advisor at the Intern's home institution supports and coordinates coursework and other activities, while helping to integrate the internship program with the student's plan of study.

A Sponsoring Agency. Students generally are matched with sponsoring agencies near their graduate institution that provide the opportunity to perform evaluation activities compatible with students' research interests and skills. Last year among approximately 75 applicants, six GEDI were competitively selected based on available sponsorships in the following cities: Atlanta (1), New Jersey (1), Baltimore (1), Pittsburgh (1), and Chapel Hill (2). GEDI then matched two remaining top applicants with cooperating agencies near their graduate institutions. Similar placements are expected this year. We are currently finalizing sponsor recruitment for 2012-2013; sponsors pay the Intern's $8,000 stipend, plus travel and training costs to the four meetings.

Supervising Mentor. A colleague at the host site with evaluation experience acts as a guide and mentor throughout the program.

GEDI Program Co-chairs. The GEDI program Chair, Stewart Donaldson, is an experienced evaluator. Working with a a cadre of colleagues, he oversee the curriculum and site placements. Throughout the internship the Chair is available to guide, advise, and support the interns in achieving their professional goals and the goals of the program.

AEA Staff Support. AEA staff provide logistical support throughout the internship. Post-internship, they work to connect program graduates with opportunities for leadership, participation, and networking within the association.

Online Community. The GEDI cohort uses an online community space for checking in, turning in updates, asking questions, and informal networking.

Student Benefits: Interns receive support from advisors and mentors, quality training focused on evaluation, real-world work experience, registration waivers and guidance at two professional evaluation conferences, and multiple opportunities for professional networking. In recognition of the time involved in the program (approximately 2 days per week), each intern also receives an $8,000 stipend and is reimbursed for major travel expenses related to the program (airfare and hotel specifically).

Eligibility: We seek students who are not already enrolled in an evaluation program/specialization or pursuing an evaluation degree who:

-Are enrolled in a masters or doctoral-level program in the United States and have completed the equivalent of one full year of graduate level coursework;
-Are residing in the United States;
-Have already been exposed to research methods and substantive issues in their field of expertise;
-Demonstrate via written essays the relevance of evaluation training to their career plans and their commitment to culturally responsive practice;
-Are eligible to work for pay in the United States outside of an academic environment (non-U.S. citizens will be asked to provide documentation of current eligibility); and
-Have support from his/her academic advisor.

Criteria for Selection: The interns will be selected based on their completed applications, materials provided, and subsequent finalist interviews focusing on:

-Their thinking around and commitment to culturally responsive evaluation practice;
-The alignment between their skills, aspirations, locale, and internship site placement needs;
-The quality of their academic, extracurricular, and personal experiences as preparation for GEDI; and
-Their capacity to carry out and complete the program, including support from an academic advisor.

To apply: Download the GEDI Application and return all requested materials via email as described on that document on or before Thursday, June 21, 2012. Please note that it may take a few weeks to compile the requested information and thus we recommend that you begin as soon as possible before the deadline.

Questions: We recommend beginning by reviewing our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. Should you have further questions, please contact program liaison, John Lavelle via email at gedi@eval.org for questions about the program.

More about the program: Go to the GEDI homepage

Posted by rutka005 at 10:30 AM

April 25, 2012

Career Services Graduate Internship Opportunity

CEHD Career Services at the University of Minnesota is seeking 1 -2 graduate student internship position(s) available for the 2012-2013 academic year.

CEHD Career Services provides career services and resources for students and alumni in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
CEHD Career Services is located in the new Science Teaching and Student Services (STSS) Building on the East Bank Campus of the University of Minnesota. Our space includes a large career resource room and interview center. The center is shared with CLA Career Services and the College of Design, Minneapolis programs.
To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Position description

• Assist CEHD students in identifying majors, career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools (MBTI, SII, StrengthsQuest) through one hour individual appointments.
• Assist students with job search preparation including how to search for employers, write a resume and cover letter, and develop strong interview skills.
• Provide walk-in resume reviews and career counseling.
• Conduct individual and group mock interviews and provide feedback to students.
• Conduct classroom presentations on career development related topics.
• Participate in CEHD and U of M events/programming such as career fairs, career panels, and recruiting events.
• Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population.
• Involvement in professional development and training opportunities.
• Additional projects and opportunities depending on student's interest, background and strengths.

Qualifications
• Applicants must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in college student personnel, counseling psychology, higher education, or related field with an interest in student development and/or career development.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently.
• Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team.
• Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and adaptability.
• Commitment to providing career services to a diverse population of students and alumni.
• Completion of career development course work, is preferred but not required.
• Experience with job search skills, career development, and teaching or advising with college students is preferred, but not required.

Logistics
• The time commitment is approximately 20 - 25 hours per week during office hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday) with occasional evening and weekend opportunities during the 2012 - 2013 academic year.
• Graduate student interns are supervised by a master's level career services professional and will have at least one hour per week of individual supervision.
• Graduate interns are provided initial and on-going training and begin with observation of appointments, then proceed to supervised appointments and then independent appointments.
• We are currently not able to provide LP/LPC supervision.
• $500.00 per semester stipend
• Financial support for professional development specifically related to career counseling/services (i.e. MCUCSA, MCDA) and approved by supervisor.

Application
Please provide the following application materials: (1) resume and cover letter, and (2) three references (please indicate length and nature of relationship). Submit application materials via e-mail to Jeannie Stumne, Director, CEHD Career Services, at stumn001@umn.edu
For more information contact Jeannie Stumne, at stumn001@umn.edu or 612-625-5307.


The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all person shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Posted by rutka005 at 11:19 AM

November 30, 2011

Career Services Graduate Internship Opportunity

CEHD Career Services at the University of Minnesota is seeking 1 -2 graduate student internship position(s) available for the 2012-2013 academic year.

CEHD Career Services
CEHD Career Services provides career services and resources for students and alumni in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
CEHD Career Services is located in the new Science Teaching and Student Services (STSS) Building on the East Bank Campus of the University of Minnesota. Our space includes a large career resource room and interview center. The center is shared with CLA Career Services and the College of Design, Minneapolis programs.
To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Position description
- Assist CEHD students in identifying majors, career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools (MBTI, SII, StrengthsQuest) through one hour individual appointments.
- Assist students with job search preparation including how to search for employers, write a resume and cover letter, and develop strong interview skills.
- Provide walk-in resume reviews and career counseling.
- Conduct individual and group mock interviews and provide feedback to students.
- Conduct classroom presentations on career development related topics.
- Participate in CEHD and U of M events/programming such as career fairs, career panels, and recruiting events.
- Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population.
- Involvement in professional development and training opportunities.
- Additional projects and opportunities depending on student's interest, background and strengths.

Qualifications
- Applicants must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in college student personnel, counseling psychology, higher education, or related field with an interest in student development and/or career development.
- Ability to take initiative and work independently.
- Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team.
- Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and adaptability.
- Commitment to providing career services to a diverse population of students and alumni.
- Completion of career development course work, is preferred but not required.
- Experience with job search skills, career development, and teaching or advising with college students is preferred, but not required.

Logistics
- The time commitment is approximately 20 - 25 hours per week during office hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday) with occasional evening and weekend opportunities during the 2012 - 2013 academic year.
- Graduate student interns are supervised by a master's level career services professional and will have at least one hour per week of individual supervision.
- Graduate interns are provided initial and on-going training and begin with observation of appointments, then proceed to supervised appointments and then independent appointments.
- We are currently not able to provide LP/LPC supervision.
- $500.00 per semester stipend
- Financial support for professional development specifically related to career counseling/services (i.e. MCUCSA, MCDA) and approved by supervisor.

Application
Please provide the following application materials: (1) resume and cover letter, and (2) three references (please indicate length and nature of relationship). Submit application materials via e-mail to Jeannie Stumne, Director, CEHD Career Services, at stumn001@umn.edu
Priority deadline is January 31st, 2012, but applications will be reviewed as received until position is filled.
For more information contact Jeannie Stumne, at stumn001@umn.edu or 612-625-5307.


The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all person shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Posted by rutka005 at 11:24 AM

October 17, 2011

Information about applying for internships for all Ph.D. students

Hello Everyone,

As you are thinking about internship plans, you might want to consider costs and benefits of choosing an internship that is an APA-accredited internship, an APPIC-member internship, or an internship that meets the Minnesota psychologist licensure criteria. There is information about this at: http://www.appic.org/match/5_2_1_appfaq2.html#q3

I thought the article on Why Accreditation Matters, published in gradPSYCH 2004 is especially enlightening. That url is: http://www.apa.org/gradpsych/2004/04/accreditation.aspx

Best Regards,

Sherri

Posted by rutka005 at 8:37 AM

September 21, 2011

Internship Opportunities with Urban 4-H

Youth Program Leaders will plan and deliver after school program at one or more sites. The goal of all Urban 4-H programs is for youth to drive their own learning. Urban 4-H Program Leaders are trained to plan safe, high-quality educational programs whereby youth walk away excited about what they are learning and able to articulate what that learning is. Several positions are open for the 2011/2012 school year with various schools that partner with Urban 4-H Youth Development. These include:

Battle Creek Middle School (St. Paul): Gr 7-8. M/W, 2:40-4:45, October - May 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep. Focus: leadership, native culture, and science enrichment
Highland Park Junior High School - Science (St. Paul): Gr 7-8. M/W, 2:00-4:00, Oct 2011 - May 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: science enrichment
Highland Park Junior High School - Teen Zine (St. Paul): Gr 7-8. M/W, 2:00-4:00, Oct 2011 - May 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: leadership, writing, photography and media arts
Jackson Elementary - Fitness (St. Paul): Gr 1-6. T/Th, 4:05-6:00, Oct 1, 2011 to April 2011. 5 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: healthy living and fitness enrichment
Jackson Elementary - Teen Zine (St. Paul): Gr 3-6. T/Th, 4:05-6:00, Oct 1, 2011 to April 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: leadership, writing, photography and media arts

Training for all positions begins on October 1st, 2011. Please see our website for more information and to submit an application: http://www1.extension.umn.edu/youth/mn4-H/urban4-H/opportunities.html

Contact Erica Gates, gates015@umn.edu; 612-624-7603 for more information.

Posted by rutka005 at 4:21 PM

April 25, 2011

CSPP Practicum Student Position (2011-‐2012)

Women's Center's CSPP practicum student responsibilities for 2011-2012 can be found by visiting this link: View image

Posted by rutka005 at 12:52 PM

January 5, 2011

Career Services Graduate Internship Opportunity

CEHD Career Services at the University of Minnesota is seeking 1 -2 graduate student internship position(s) available for the 2011-2012 academic year.

CEHD Career Services provides comprehensive career services and resources for undergraduate/graduate students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).

CEHD Career Services is located in the new Science Teaching and Student Services (STSS) Building on the East Bank Campus of the University of Minnesota. Our space includes a large career resource room and interview center. The center is shared with CLA Career Services and the College of Design, Minneapolis programs.
To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career
Position description
• Assist CEHD students in identifying majors, career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools (MBTI and SII) through one hour individual appointments.
• Assist students with job search preparation including how to search for employers, write a resume and cover letter, and develop strong interview skills.
• Provide walk-in resume reviews and career counseling.
• Conduct individual and group mock interviews and provide feedback to students.
• Conduct classroom presentations on career development related topics.
• Participate in CEHD and U of M events/programming such as career fairs, career panels, and recruiting events.
• Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population.
• Involvement in professional development and training.
• Additional projects and opportunities depending on student's interest, background and strengths.

Qualifications
• Applicants must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in college student personnel, counseling psychology, higher education, or related field with an interest in career counseling/career services in a higher education setting.
• Completion of career development coursework.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently.
• Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team.
• Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and adaptability.
• Commitment to providing career services to a diverse population of students and alumni.
• Experience with job search skills, career development, and teaching or advising with college students is preferred, but not required.
Logistics
• The time commitment is approximately 20 - 25 hours per week during office hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday) with occasional evening and weekend opportunities during the 2010 - 2011 academic year.
• Graduate student interns are supervised by a master's level career services professional and will have at least one hour per week of individual supervision.
• Graduate interns are provided initial and on-going training and begin with observation of appointments, then proceed to supervised appointments and then independent appointments.
• We are currently not able to provide LP supervision.
• $500.00 per semester stipend.

Application

Please provide the following application materials: (1) resume and cover letter, and (2) three references (please indicate length and nature of relationship). Submit application materials via e-mail to Jeannie Stumne, Lead Career Coordinator, at stumn001@umn.edu
Priority deadline is January 31st, 2010, but applications will be reviewed as received until position is filled.
For more information contact Jeannie Stumne at stumn001@umn.edu or 612-625-5307


The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all person shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Posted by rutka005 at 1:33 PM

May 4, 2010

Internships

Academic Advising Graduate Internship

Professional Undergraduate Academic Advising Professional undergraduate academic advising is an educational partnership that encourages and supports students to be active and accountable in the creation and achievement of their curricular and co-curricular goals. Academic advisors significantly contribute to the academic mission of the University through transformative practices that include but are not limited to the following:
*Helping students understand curricular and policy requirements, develop and realize their full academic potential, achieve learning
and development outcomes, and graduate in a timely manner
*Connecting students with resources and services
*Supporting and challenging students in their exploration, reflection, decision making, and goal setting
*Engaging students in developmental processes to define their diverse values, beliefs, and sense of self in relation to their
educational, career, and life goals.

Required Qualifications:
Applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree and should also be a current graduate student enrolled in a higher educational program related to the field of student affairs.

Preferred Qualifications:
Preference will be given to applicants with: experience advising students at the college level; knowledge and understanding of diverse populations; exceptional organizational and time management skills; strong attention to detail; outstanding written and oral communication abilities; and the desire to be a self-starter.

Responsibilities:
- Assist in the planning and implementation of new student and transfer student orientation events
- Advise students on degree program planning, registration, and transition to other programs
- Offer proactive advising techniques to enhance student services efforts for student success
- Maintain student records on advisees and monitor academic progress
- Function as a liaison with academic departments, programs, and units
- Contribute to the IT Student Services and University of Minnesota pursuit of holistic development
- Other duties and projects as assigned

Remuneration:
Summer internship will require approximately 25 hours per week, with the primary focus on orientation. An opportunity to continue the internship through the fall and spring semesters is negotiable (hours also negotiable). Currently internship is available as an unpaid opportunity.

Application Process:
Please send a letter of interest indicating how your skills and abilities may contribute to the campus department, a current resume, and contact information for three references to:

The University of Minnesota
Institute of Technology, Office of Academic Advising
Attention: Emily McCreight
128 Lind Hall
207 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Telephone: (612)-624-2890
Email:mccre017@umn.edu

Application deadline is Friday, May 14, 2010.

Posted by rutka005 at 8:47 AM

December 11, 2009

Internships

St. Catherine University - Graduate Internship Site Announcement (2010-2011 academic year)
Career Development Office

The Career Development Office at St. Catherine University is accepting applications for a graduate intern position for the 2010-2011 academic year. The intern will be expected to work in the office 15-20 hours per week from September through May (approximately 600 hours). Availability on weekday evenings and some weekends is expected, but aside from that, schedule is negotiable.
St. Catherine University serves women undergraduate students in the liberal arts and professional degree programs. Students include traditional-age and non-traditional day students, students participating in the Weekend College (WEC) program, and students enrolled in one of eight graduate programs offered at the University. St. Kate's also includes a two-year campus in Minneapolis that serves both women and men, primarily healthcare-related fields. Services offered in the Career Development Office include: comprehensive career counseling, assessment, internship supervision, job/internship search strategies, job/internship fairs including on-campus fairs as well as state-wide fairs, an extensive career library and website, workshop presentations, a 2-credit career development course, and on-campus recruiting programs. In addition, the career development staff is integrally involved in college-wide retention programs, providing career focus to co-curricular and curricular programs.
The graduate intern will be involved in a wide variety of functions in the office, including:
• Providing individual appointments and walk-in hours
• Assisting in program planning and presentations
• Participating as a member of the Student Affairs staff
• Participating in weekly supervision and staff meetings
• Proposing and carrying out a project based on intern interest and career office needs
Ideal candidates will have some knowledge of career development and some previous experience working with students. Candidates should have some knowledge of administering and interpreting assessment instruments (particularly the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Candidates should be independent workers with a high level of energy. We are looking for someone with a strong interest in the field of career development, and will offer a fine learning environment in return. The required 30 hours of licensed supervision are also available.
Those interested in applying should send a resume, a letter of interest, and the names and contact information for two references to:
Natalie Bullinger, M.A.

Career Specialist
Career Development, Mail #F-26
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
651.690.6998

Application review process will begin January, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled.

Posted by rutka005 at 2:46 PM

June 23, 2009

Internships

EOC Internship

Educational Opportunity Center, a TRiO Project funded by Title IV, US Dept of Education offers a paid internship for CSPP students.

EOC provides college access services for disadvantaged, low income, first generation potential college students. We offer career assessment, research and decision-making. We advocate for and help potential students apply for financial aid. We help a potential student choose a college and help with the application process.

We serve the greater Metropolitan area and offer services on campus at Minneapolis Community & Technical College, as well as at three Minnesota Workforce Centers, and two Adult Education sites. Our population is diverse, including people aged 12 to 80+, socio-economic levels, ethnic, immigrant, as well as American and eligible non-citizens.

We seek professional interns who can connect with, respect, and advocate for our clientele. Understanding people of diverse cultures and having a second language are a plus.

We offer training and professional development opportunities. In addition to paid internship hours, we may offer additional work hours
pre- and post- internship terms.

You may check out TRiO locally at www.mntrio.org or nationally at
www.coenet.us EOC's website is www.minneapolis.edu/eoc

Please contact Janet M Tauer, Director at 612-659-6538 or by email at janet.tauer@minneapolis.edu

Posted by rutka005 at 10:52 AM

June 5, 2009

Internships

Clinical Intern Job Description For The Arts Institutes International Minnesota

The Art Institutes International Minnesota helps prepare students for careers in creative and applied arts. It has a population of approximately 1800 students. We award diplomas through Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs in a variety of career areas. See our website for more details. www.artinstitutes.edu/minneapolis/

Practicum Student Profile

Mature individual/s (Master’s or Doctoral candidate) with the ability to work independently as clinician/s in a college setting with training and structured supervision. Duties include:
1. Perform client intakes, clinical assessments and treatment planning.
2. Individual counseling, including crisis intervention. (Couples work also possible.)
3. Clinical record keeping.
4. Outreach / Classroom presentations (i.e. counseling services overview, effective communication, handling criticism, assertiveness / conflict resolution…)
5. Program and/or workshop development and facilitation (time management, stress management, test anxiety, coping with depression...)
6. Develop, promote and facilitate counseling and/or educational groups.
7. Provide educational and psychological testing if appropriate for degree program.
8. Hours are negotiable.


Assessment Procedures

1. Daily to weekly face to face case consultations.
2. File reviews/audits by supervisor.
3. Observation of client sessions.
4. Student feedback.
5. Client evaluations (formal and informal.)

Contact Information

Becky Lothe, MS, LPC
Counselor / Disability Services Coordinator
The Art Institutes International Minnesota
15 S. 9th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402
612-656-6866 / rlothe@aii.edu

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Counselor Intern Training Agenda


____ Orientation to Ai Minnesota: Tour, Copy of Employee Handbook, Catalog, Student Handbook, etc.

____ Train on phone use and voicemail.

____ Get computer access / email account, keys, ID badge. See HR.

____ Train on computer usage, Outlook, EDMC Intranet, website, etc.

____ Introduction to counseling center paperwork: intake, assessment, treatment plan, progress notes, release of information and case closing form.

____ Referral information – review links and list.

____ Mock intake: introduction, build rapport, assess purpose and risk, plan.

____ Mock Assessment / Treatment Plan

____ Student Intake (co-facilitation or consultation) – Intern preference

____ Independent student appointments, with consultation

____ Shadow or co-facilitate student and/or faculty workshop/s

____ Develop group ideas, market and offer/run student support/educational groups.

____ Introduction to Student Disability Services: services, paperwork, resources, process, etc.

Project Ideas for Program Development / Research Ideas

____ Residence Assistants training – i.e. crisis management, conflict resolution, risk assessment and referral, other…

____ Student Group ideas – educational, therapeutic, and support

____ Improve / streamline counseling paperwork

____ Faculty/staff development on mental health issues among college students


Posted by rutka005 at 1:34 PM

May 6, 2009

Internships


CSPP Practicum Students: Two Position Descriptions, 2009-10 Women’s Center, University of Minnesota

We are seeking two CSPP Practicum Students to work with the Women’s Center next year. Some work would involve supporting existing programs and helping to launch some new ideas, but there is also ready for an Practicum Student to shape the experience based on your interests, expertise and desired areas for professional growth. Looking forward to hearing from you!

The Women’s Center, one of five departments in the Office for Equity & Diversity (OED), serves as a catalyst for the University to achieve equity for women. Practicum Students report to the director of the Women’s Center and also maintain a close working relationship with the Student Programs Coordinator. Practicum Students attend the Women’s Center’s weekly meetings and a weekly individual meeting. For more information, www.umn.edu/women or call 625-9837.

Qualifications
• Current graduate student
• A passion for achieving women’s equity and social justice.
• Demonstrated commitment to, and experience working with diverse students and communities.
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to establish goals and priorities that integrate organizational objectives (University, OED and WmC) and to evaluate program progress and results.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Ability to work as part of a diverse team.
• Prefer prior programming experience and prefer knowledge of issues of privilege.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student I
• Assist in the continued development and implementation of a leadership program for undergraduate women
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student II
• Coordinate the development and implementation of groups for women students of color, particularly for Somali women students, African American women students, multi-racial women students, Chicana/Latina women students, and Native American women students. This project includes recruitment and support of facilitators, as well as planning for sustainability.
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Assist in the coordination of a one-day conference for women of color.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Other Possible Responsibilities (depending on the Practicum Student’s skills and goals)
• Coordinate and offer workshops in an area of expertise
• Explore ways to increase collaborations across campus (especially with women of color, women in the STEM fields, transwomen, lesbians, white women learning more about privilege and men)
• Assist with development of women student activist group
• Assist with our 50th anniversary events
• Assist in the development of men’s programming (survey, coordinate programs)
• Develop and staff a St. Paul office (in collaboration with MCAE and GLBTA).
• Employ technology to increase our educational outreach and resource efforts.
• Offer drop-in hours for women students to receive academic support and career planning advice. Track and report student participation, satisfaction, and progress through evaluations and other metrics and prepare an end-of-semester report


Laura Dalman, our '08-09 CSPP Practicum Student said she would be glad to answer questions if anyone wanted to e-mail her at dalm0007@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 9:41 AM

April 24, 2009

Internships

CSPP Intern: Two Position Descriptions, 2009-10
Women’s Center, University of Minnesota

We are seeking two CSPP Interns to work with the Women’s Center next year. Some work would involve supporting existing programs and helping to launch some new ideas, but there is also ready for an intern to shape the experience based on your interests, expertise and desired areas for professional growth. Looking forward to hearing from you!

The Women’s Center, one of five departments in the Office for Equity & Diversity (OED), serves as a catalyst for the University to achieve equity for women. Interns report to the director of the Women’s Center and also maintain a close working relationship with the Student Programs Coordinator. Interns attend the Women’s Center’s weekly meetings and a weekly individual meeting. For more information, www.umn.edu/women or call 625-9837.

Qualifications
• Current graduate student
• A passion for achieving women’s equity and social justice.
• Demonstrated commitment to, and experience working with diverse students and communities.
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to establish goals and priorities that integrate organizational objectives (University, OED and WmC) and to evaluate program progress and results.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Ability to work as part of a diverse team.
• Prefer prior programming experience and prefer knowledge of issues of privilege.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Intern I
• Assist in the continued development and implementation of a leadership program for undergraduate women
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Intern II
• Coordinate the development and implementation of groups for women students of color, particularly for Somali women students, African American women students, multi-racial women students, Chicana/Latina women students, and Native American women students. This project includes recruitment and support of facilitators, as well as planning for sustainability.
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Assist in the coordination of a one-day conference for women of color.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Other Possible Responsibilities (depending on the Intern’s skills and goals)
• Coordinate and offer workshops in an area of expertise
• Explore ways to increase collaborations across campus (especially with women of color, women in the STEM fields, transwomen, lesbians, white women learning more about privilege and men)
• Assist with development of women student activist group
• Assist with our 50th anniversary events
• Assist in the development of men’s programming (survey, coordinate programs)
• Develop and staff a St. Paul office (in collaboration with MCAE and GLBTA).
• Employ technology to increase our educational outreach and resource efforts.
• Offer drop-in hours for women students to receive academic support and career planning advice. Track and report student participation, satisfaction, and progress through evaluations and other metrics and prepare an end-of-semester report

Posted by rutka005 at 2:54 PM

February 6, 2009

Internships

CEHD Community,

A reminder that the U of M Job & Internship Fair is just around the corner. The Fair is free and open to all U of M undergraduates,
graduate students, and recent alumni. Free transportation will be provided from campus. We encourage students to register at www.umjobfair.org.

U OF M JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR
Monday, February 9th, 2009
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Minneapolis Convention Center
www.umjobfair.org

Posted by rutka005 at 10:42 AM

December 12, 2008

Internships

Opening for doctoral internship --Not in the APPIC Match

As an Alumni of CSPP, I am writing to share an opportunity for the Fall 2009 School year. Attached is a description of a new pre-doctoral internship program. This is a new internship for Fall 2009. Pride Institute will not be in the APPIC match.

Please feel free to share with your colleagues and peers

Thanks,
Weston

For complete announcement: Download file

Weston M Edwards, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Director of Program Development Pride Institute
14400 Martin Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
wedwards@pride-institute.com
www.pride-institute.com
tel: 952.934.7554
fax: 952.934.8764
mobile: 612.987.4482

Posted by lind0449 at 11:16 AM

September 12, 2008

Internships

Please note the internships below are not Pre-Doctoral Internships; any interested students in the MA or PhD programs may apply for these internships.

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If you are looking for a great learning experience with kids and would love to get paid at the same time, we have options for you! The Urban Youth Development Office is looking for strong leaders who have a desire to work with youth and want to build their skills as youth workers.

Urban Youth Development has opportunities for college students (at any level) to lead after school programs for this 2008-2009 school year!

We have several positions available. Pay is $10/hr and includes time for training, program delivery, and planning. Each position is between 3 and 15 hour per week, and more than one position can be obtained by a person who wishes more hours.

So far, we have the following opportunities available:
• Jackson Elementary (St. Paul): Three positions available: fitness, photography, or science focus. Each position will have a group of 3rd and 4th graders and a group of 5th and 6th graders.
• WISE Charter School (Minneapolis): Three positions available teaching a variety of enrichment activities for youth K-8 at school with Afrocentric curriculum.
• 2Excel! at World Cultures Magnet School (St. Paul): Two interns will work together to build personal leadership in 5th and 6th graders
• Cleveland Middle School (St. Paul) Two positions available: girls in science or photography focus. Each position will have a group of 5th and 6th graders and a group of 7th and 8th graders.
For a complete description of each unique opportunity, please visit the internship page on our website: http://www.fourh.umn.edu/urban/opportunities.html

Urban 4-H interns are supported through quality training (paid) and professional development opportunities, in addition to day-to-day support in planning and program development.

To apply, download the application online and email it to me. Deadline for application is September 19.

Call with any questions!

-Jessica Russo
Jessica Pierson Russo, M.Ed.
Extension Educator
Urban 4-H Youth Development
University of Minnesota Extension
495 Coffey Hall
1420 Eckles Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
(612) 624-7625
Fax: (612) 624-7793

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ACET, Inc. is currently looking for qualified graduate students for our internship program. We have listed the internship on GoldPass (Job ID: 17893) and on our website at http://www.acetinc.com/Employment/Internship.html

Our internship program is structured with a work plan, learning objectives, evaluation tasks/activities, and an estimated time line for completion. Students will gain hands-on experience in the field of evaluation by working on planning, implementation and reporting projects; corresponding with various staff; and interacting with clients. We want the intern’s experience to be educationally and personally rewarding. Over the last six years, students from the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Policy and the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota and students from Arizona State University have interned at ACET. Previously, students have received up to five graduate-level credits for their internship.

We would love to talk to any graduate students from the College of Education and Human Development about a winter or spring internship with ACET. Please feel free to direct any interested students to myself or to call me if you have any questions or would like additional information.

Thanks, and have a great day,
Kirsten

Kirsten L. Rewey, Ph.D.
Research and Evaluation Associate
ACET, Inc.
9868 Lyndale Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55420
Main: 952.922.1811
Voicemail: 952.746.0192
Fax: 952.922.1911
Web: http://www.acetinc.com

Posted by lind0449 at 9:57 AM

September 28, 2007

Internsips

University of Maryland is accepting applications for its 2008-2009 pre-doctoral internship. Complete information available: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:11 AM

January 26, 2007

Internships

Graduate School Intern Position Opening

The Career and Community Learning Center (CCLC) in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota announces an opening for a master's level graduate school intern for the 2007-2008 academic year. We are seeking a practicum student who is interested in experiencing the creation, planning and delivery of a variety of career services in a dynamic, cutting edge environment.

More about CCLC: www.cclc.umn.edu
For questions and to receive a full position description, email Robin Stubblefield: rstubblefield@class.cla.umn.edu or call 612-624-7577.

Posted by lind0449 at 2:22 PM

December 20, 2006

Internships

University of Puget Sound
Student Affairs Summer Internship (SASI)
Summer 2007

The University of Puget Sound Division of Student Affairs will again host a Student Affairs Summer Intern in 2007. A graduate student in a student personnel administration (or complementary) program will join the Student Affairs staff as a generalist intern, working collaboratively with a variety of offices, departments and projects.

One hallmark of the SASI is that the actual assignments and responsibilities of the intern are tailored to the successful candidate's skills, background, and interests. The intern will work a minimum of 35 hours per week for a minimum commitment of 10 weeks.

Full posting is available online: http://www.ups.edu/dsa/SASI.htm

Posted by lind0449 at 11:09 AM

September 8, 2006

Internships

See the flier below for information about a wonderful internship opportunity for talented undergraduate students. I've been affiliated with the organization for over a year now, and I whole heartedly recommend the program. Feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who might would be interested.

Christopher G. Buckley
Research Assistant
Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning
College of Education and Human Development

Teach this year!

Breakthrough Saint Paul is looking for a diverse group of talented college students to teach in an innovative academic enrichment program for high-potential, under-resourced middle school students in Saint Paul. Breakthrough provides paid teaching internships, complete with training and classroom teaching experience.

Breakthrough Saint Paul offers:
• The opportunity to teach, guide, and lead a group outstanding, under-resourced middle school kids in a transformational, community-based service learning project
• Training in areas such as lesson planning, classroom management, and student-centered teaching
• Hands-on classroom teaching experience
• Stipend of $500 for an October-April teaching internship
• A chance to work with a fun, cohesive, diverse faculty comprised of other amazing students from around the Metro area
• An opportunity to become part of a movement to improve educational equity in the Twin Cities and the nation

Want to know more? Please contact Carl Phillips, Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction, for program and application information cphillips@moundsparkacademy.org or 612-986-7089

Application Deadline: Friday, Sep. 15, 2006

Information is available on the web at:
www.breakthroughcollaborative.org

Posted by lind0449 at 1:40 PM

May 19, 2006

Internships

Planned Parenthood seeking summer program evaluation intern

www.ppmns.org

Youth Development Program Evaluator

As Planned Parenthood’s Youth Development Program Evaluator, you will play a key role in ensuring that the organization’s teen education programs are reaching their objectives. You will assess evaluation tools currently being used by Planned Parenthood and recommend changes as needed. You’ll also develop new evaluation tools and processes to determine whether the program goals are being met, as well as administer tools and interpret results. Knowledge of evaluation techniques (program evaluation experience or coursework) is required. Basic knowledge of current topics in sexuality, experience working with teens, and ability to travel on a very limited basis to Rochester or Duluth are beneficial, but not required. 12-15 hour/week, flexible daytime schedule. Located in Minneapolis Uptown.

For more information or to apply:

www.ppmns.org

volunteers@ppmns.org

612-821-6113

Confidentiality Notice: The information contained in this message may be privileged and confidential and protected from disclosure. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, or an employee or agent responsible for delivering this message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the message and deleting it from your computer. Thank you

Posted by kenne064 at 8:47 AM

March 31, 2006

Internships

INTERNSHIP AVAILABLE
SUMMER 2006
Admission Counselor
College of St. Catherine
St. Paul, MN
Weekend College
June 5, 2006 – September 8, 2006 (Negotiable)


The College of St. Catherine, a Catholic liberal arts college for women in Minnesota, values diversity in its faculty, staff and students. We have a part-time summer internship available in the Weekend College Admission office in St. Paul.

Responsibilities: Recruit, counsel and advise prospective students while representing the College to various audiences. Assist with public relations and marketing efforts; the development and implementation of recruitment strategies; and in the overall admission effort.

Qualifications: Ability to interact effectively with diverse populations as well as excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. An understanding and appreciation for the mission of the College is a must. Experience with Microsoft Word, and working with non-traditional students preferred. Students currently enrolled in a graduate program preferred. Some evening and weekend hours required.

Salary: $10 /hour

To apply, e-mail Angela Stanco at astanco@stkate.edu or call (651) 690 – 6542. You also may send your resume by fax to 651–690–6549, or by mail to the following address:

The College of St. Catherine
Weekend College Admission #4061
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105


Visit our website at www.stkate.edu

Posted by kenne064 at 8:47 AM

January 6, 2006

Internships

We are pleased to announce that the postdoctoral and internship programs listed below have been accepted for APPIC membership. The Board of Directors would like to congratulate these programs and welcome them to APPIC.

Please note that some of these programs may not yet appear in the APPIC Directory Online because the Training Directors are in the process of updating the information about their programs. A new APPIC member's Directory listing will become immediately accessible in the Directory Online once it is updated by the program.


NEW APPIC MEMBER POSTDOCTORAL PROGRAMS
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Omni Youth Services
Buffalo Grove, IL
Training Director: Margaret Smith-Zoeller, Psy.D.

University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Madison, WI
Training Director: M. Denise Connelly, Ph.D.


NEW APPIC MEMBER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
====================================

Indian Health Board of Minneapolis, Inc.
Minneapolis, MN
Training Director: Genni Goschke, Psy.D.

IUPUI - Counseling and Psychological Services
Indianapolis, IN
Training Director: Julia M. Lash, Ph.D.

Posted by kenne064 at 3:02 PM

December 16, 2005

Internships

University of Puget Sound
Student Affairs Summer Internship (SASI)
Summer 2006


The University of Puget Sound Division of Student Affairs will again host a Student Affairs Summer Intern in 2006. A graduate student in a student personnel administration (or complementary) program will join the Student Affairs staff as a generalist intern, working collaboratively with a variety of offices, departments and projects.

One hallmark of the SASI is that the actual assignments and responsibilities of the intern are tailored to the successful candidate's skills, background, and interests. The intern will work a minimum of 35 hours per week for a minimum commitment of 10 weeks.

Areas the intern may work with include:
Dean of Students Office [Assessment, Policy Development, Organizational Planning];
Student Development [Residence Life, Judicial Affairs, Student Activities, Greek Life, Orientation & Leadership Programs, Puget Sound Outdoors ];
Student Services [Community Involvement & Action Center (service learning), Counseling, Health & Wellness Services, Multicultural & Off-Campus Student Services, Spirituality & Justice, Wheelock Student Center];
ASUPS [student government officers, clubs & organizations, student media]

The ideal candidate will have:
At least one year of graduate work completed
Knowledge of student development theories
Commitment to student-centered learning
Experience in program development and delivery
Understanding of a private, liberal arts, residential campus
Excellent communication skills
Appreciation for and acceptance of personal and cultural differences
A sense of humor
An eagerness to learn about a variety of student affairs areas
A sense of independence and ability to juggle multiple tasks
An appreciation for the Pacific Northwest in the summertime
Compensation will include:
Housing in an on-campus house
A $2500 stipend
A small, negotiated stipend for travel between intern's home and Tacoma
An office and PC
Working with great students and colleagues
Having a view of Mt. Rainier and being within walking distance of the Puget Sound
To apply for the Puget Sound Student Affairs Summer Internship, please prepare the following application materials:
A letter of interest describing fully your interest in the internship and how your qualifications match our "ideal candidate" description above (please include the earliest summer date you would be available and the last date you could be with us and whether or not you will be available to be interviewed at the NASPA or ACPA Conferences in Spring 2006)
A current resume
A copy of a paper or project completed in graduate school that is indicative of your work
A letter of recommendation from a current faculty member or student affairs supervisor
The names and phone numbers of two additional references, one who is a current graduate school classmate and one who is a current undergraduate with whom you work
Your application must be received by 12 noon, March 1, 2006, sent to:
Student Affairs Summer Internship
Dean of Students Office
Wheelock Student Center #1069
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, WA 98416-1069


My summer at the University of Puget Sound introduced me to the exciting role of a generalist in student affairs and helped me determine future career plans. Additionally, I appreciated the close-knit campus community. I can always count on my UPS colleagues to be there for me because Once a Logger, Always a Logger!
--David A. Stanfield, Miami University of Ohio, 2005 SASI

"This internship will be one of the best learning opportunities you will have during your graduate work. Your exposure to student affairs at the University of Puget Sound will not only allow you to conceptualize your graduate studies from the angle of small private institutions in the Pacific Northwest, but allow you to define the kind of professional environments you want to work in."
--Czarina Ramsay, University of Vermont, 2004 SASI
Residence Hall Director at Seattle University

"This was an absolutely amazing experience. My ten weeks in the beautiful Pacific Northwest really opened my eyes to the variety of opportunities in student affairs and the context of a small, private liberal arts college. No other internship provides exposure to such a breadth and depth of experience."
--Jeremy Hayes, Iowa State University, 2003 co-SASI
Assistant Director of Diversity Services at Suffolk University (MA)

"In order to fully appreciate the SASI, one must put aside any preconceived notions about the typical summer internship. This is truly a unique experience and an exceptional opportunity for professional growth and development. I was amazed at how readily I was accepted by my colleagues.
--Gennaro DeAngelis, University of Maine, 2002 SASI
Associate Director of Financial Aid at Manchester Community College (CT)

"My experience as the Student Affairs Summer Intern at the University of Puget Sound was invaluable. As I reflect back on my summer in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, I am still amazed at how quickly I felt as if I was part of the division of student affairs team. I was instantly treated as a colleague and was integrated into every aspect of the Puget Sound community."
--Deanne Maxwell, University of Vermont, 2001 SASI
Coordinator of Judicial Services at Ithaca College (NY)

"As I look back on my graduate school experience, I consider interning at Puget Sound as one of the highlights. Not only did the Student Affairs Summer Internship provide me with an opportunity to connect theory-to-practice, but I was able to make many wonderful friendships that will last throughout my lifetime. I am a better professional because of my experiences at Puget Sound, and for that I am grateful."
--Travis Greene, Iowa State University, 2000 SASI
Doctoral Student, University of Maryland, College Park

The University of Puget Sound is an independent, predominantly residential, undergraduate liberal arts college with selected graduate programs building effectively on a liberal arts foundation. The university, as a community of learning, maintains a strong commitment to teaching excellence, scholarly engagement, and fruitful student-faculty interaction. The academic program, enrolling approximately 2,600 students, is based on a core curriculum for all students and includes a wide selection of majors in the liberal arts.

Feel free to send questions or inquiries to: dos@ups.edu or 253-879-3360

(We will be attending the NASPA National Conference in Washington D.C. and the ACPA National Conference in Indianapolis and will interview internship finalists there.)

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Posted by kenne064 at 11:39 AM

December 9, 2005

Internships

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY INTERNSHIPS

JOB TITLE: Student Activities Graduate Intern

WAGE RATE: $2,000 total for the summer (8 weeks) plus on-campus room

SUPERVISOR: Student Activities Program Coordinator

JOB FUNCTION: Student Activities supports and develops over 180 recognized student organizations, the Associated Students of Boise State University (student government), the Student Programs Board, Volunteer Services Board, Greek Life, visual arts programs, Classic Performances Series, Global Expressions Series, Student Leadership Program, Martin Luther King, Jr./Human Rights Celebration, and the Student Union Board of Governors.

The summer Graduate Intern assists the Student Activities office with the creation, implementation, and evaluation of leadership programs.

HOURS: 40 hours/week. Usually between 8 am - 5 pm. Several evening and weekend hours may be required. Position offered from June 5- July 28, 2006.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Participate in the creation of training materials and conduct 1-2 training sessions for student leaders. Dependent on candidate's interest and skills, sessions can be targeted for Greek Life, Programming Board or Volunteer Board members.
2. Assist in planning and coordinating Student Leader Summit
3. Develop Founders’ Leadership Society newsletter
4. Market fall leadership courses
5. Work collaboratively with the Student Leadership Program Committee and other members of the campus community to successfully implement current leadership programs
 Coordinate meeting times and locations
 Develop meeting agendas in collaboration with Program Coordinator
 Write and distribute meeting minutes to Committee members
6. Assist in the development of Leadership Studies Minor
7. Develop and implement a marketing and recruitment plan for the Student Leadership Program
8. Conduct research on student leadership programs nation-wide
 Establish benchmarks for successful programs
 Write comprehensive report.
9. Develop and implement an outdoor program for summer semester students (i.e. outdoor concert, community volunteer project, etc.)
10. Meet weekly with a member of the professional staff to discuss relevant research and theory addressing multiple issues of Student Union and Student Affairs work
11. Demonstrate teamwork and support of Student Union services and activities
12. Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

 Must be enrolled in an accredited University earning a graduate degree in College Student Personnel/Higher Education Administration or similar program.
 Basic computer experience necessary
 Strong interpersonal and collaborative management skills
 Excellent written and oral communication skills
 Demonstrated skills in leadership, proactive teambuilding, and public speaking
 Student Life event planning skills
 Experience in college student development
 Interest in Student Leadership Development and Student Activities

Questions? Contact Mahi Takazawa at (208) 426-2877/mahitakazawa@boisestate.edu

Application Procedure:

Submit cover letter, resume, and a contact list of three professional references to:

Linda Hamson
Boise State University
Student Union
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-1335

Or

E-mail Linda Hamson at lhamson@boisestate.edu or Fax Linda Hamson at (208) 426-1391

Review of applications will begin January 27, 2006.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Communicate Orally: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word, informal presentations, speaking before groups
2. Fingering: Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than the whole hand or arm.
3. Sight: Able to see and read PC screens; detect color coding; read fine print, and/or normal type size print.

MENTAL CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to understand, remember and communicate routine, factual information.
2. Ability to understand, remember and apply oral and/or written instructions or other information.
3. Ability to organize and prioritize own work schedule over several months.
4. Ability to apply common sense in performing job.
5. Ability to understand complex problems and to collaborate and explore alternative solutions.
6. Ability to facilitate group discussions.
7. Ability to compose materials such as detailed reports, work related manuals, publications of limited scope or impact, etc., and/or make presentations outside the immediate work area.
8. Ability to organize thoughts and ideas into understandable terminology.
9. Ability to compose letters, outlines, memoranda, and basic reports and/or to orally communicate technical information.
10. Ability to make decisions which have moderate impact on immediate work unit.
11. Ability to complete routine forms, use existing form letters and/or conduct routine oral communications.
12. Ability to communicate with individuals utilizing a telephone; requires ability to hear and speak effectively on phone.
13. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide and to record, balance and check results for accuracy

JOB TITLE: Cultural Center Graduate Intern

WAGE RATE: $2,000 total for the summer (8 weeks) plus on-campus room

SUPERVISOR: Cultural Center Coordinator

JOB FUNCTION: The Cultural Center plans, develops, and administers educational programming, and provides resources for minority students and ethnic student organizations. The NASPA Minority Fellow Graduate Intern would assist with the creation, implementation, and evaluation of co-curricular programs that serve the students and the University community. The NASPA Minority Fellow Graduate Intern would also be responsible for helping to develop and implement a Tunnel of Oppression recruitment and training program, plan and organize Fall Bronco Welcome events, create a summer newsletter, research and present for University 101 classes and perform routine office operations; including answering phones, handling walk-in traffic, word processing, office coverage, and other duties as assigned.

HOURS: Approximately 40 hours/week. (Scheduled between 8:00am - 6:00 pm, Mon. - Thur.,
8:00am - 5:00pm, Fri.) Additional evening and weekend hours may be required based on the demands of individual programs. Position offered from June 5- July 28, 2006.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Aids in the creation and implementation of programs, services and projects as assigned.
• Planning Cultural Center Bronco Welcome/Welcome Back Events
• Meeting with Student leaders and organizations
• Meeting with Groups and planning Tunnel of Oppression Event
• Planning and Researching Diversity Round Table Discussions
• Identifying Student Development Issues during each awareness month
• Planning Leadership Training Retreat
• Planning Key Speaker and Exhibit Events for Awareness Months
• Creating an online summer newsletter
• Donations of Materials and publications for Cultural Center
• Research Safe Zone Areas in different universities and prepare report on how to implement at BSU.

1. Develops promotional materials, program proposals, planning timelines, budgets, evaluations, and training manuals.
2. Helps to develop the Cultural Center into a Safe Zone for Marginalized Groups.
3. Researches other Cultural Centers for mission statements, structure and services
4. Assists in planning of workshop and trainings.
5. Helps identify areas of student identity development.
6. Helps to promote education of power, privilege and oppression.
7. Assists with planning and coordinating event committee meetings.
8. Attends staff meetings scheduled with supervisor.
9. Supports the review and revision of publications and handbooks.
10. Meet weekly with a member of the professional staff to discuss relevant research and theory addressing multiple issues of Student Affairs work
11. Performs routine office operations.
12. Completes other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:

 Must be enrolled in an accredited University earning a graduate degree in College Student Personnel/Higher Education Administration or similar program.
 Basic computer experience necessary
 Strong interpersonal and collaborative management skills
 Ability to work with people of different backgrounds and cultures.
 Excellent written and oral communication skills
 Demonstrated skills in leadership, proactive teambuilding, and public speaking
 Student Life event planning skills
 Experience in college student development
 Interest in social justice and diversity education

Questions? Contact Ro Parker at (208) 426-4317/rparker1@boisestate.edu

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Submit cover letter, resume, and a contact list of three professional references to:

Linda Hamson
Boise State University
Student Union
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-1335

Or

E-mail Linda Hamson at lhamson@boisestate.edu or Fax Linda Hamson at (208) 426-1391

Review of applications will begin January 27, 2006.


View flyer at:
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Posted by kenne064 at 3:09 PM

December 2, 2005

Internships

Greetings!

The Student Conflict Resolution Center is attempting to recruit an intern to assist with program outreach and visibility, program development, and presentations to students on conflict resolution techniques. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please forward the description below. In addition, if you could post this within your department, that would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Josh

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Posted by kenne064 at 3:26 PM

March 7, 2013

APA Seeks Applicants for Graduate Student Public Interest Policy Internships for 2013-2014

The American Psychological Association's Public Interest Government Relations Office (PI-GRO) is seeking two graduate student interns for the 2013-2014 academic year. Graduate student interns will gain first-hand knowledge of the ways in which psychological research can inform public policy and the roles psychology can play in its formulation and implementation. The graduate student intern will spend one year working with PI-GRO staff to influence legislative and regulatory activities impacting populations and issues, such as: aging; children, youth, and families; disabilities; ethnic minorities; individuals with HIV/AIDS; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons; military, veterans and their families; socioeconomic status; women; as well as social concerns (e.g. media; or trauma, violence, and abuse). The intern's activities include participating in legislative and advocacy work, such as assisting in the preparation of testimony and briefing papers and attending congressional hearings and coalition meetings. Applications are due on March 22, 2013.

For more information on the internship and application materials please visit: http://www.apa.org/about/awards/policy-grad.aspx.

Posted by rutka005 at 3:25 PM

June 5, 2012

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - AEA GRADUATE EDUCATION DIVERSITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GEDI)

The Institute for Diversity, Equity and Advocacy (IDEA) would like to share the following information with you.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
AEA GRADUATE EDUCATION DIVERSITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GEDI)
DEADLINE: Thursday, June 21, 2012

The American Evaluation Association welcomes applications for its Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program that provides paid internship and training opportunities for academic year 2012/2013. The GEDI program works to engage and support students from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of evaluation. The goals of the GEDI program are to:

-Expand the pool of graduate students of color and from other under-represented groups who have extended their research capacities to evaluation.
-Stimulate evaluation thinking concerning under-represented communities and culturally responsive evaluation.
-Deepen the evaluation profession's capacity to work in racially, ethnically and culturally diverse settings.

-Interns may come from a variety of disciplines, including public health, education, political science, anthropology, psychology, sociology, social work, and the natural sciences. Their commonality is a strong background in research skills, an interest in extending their capacities to the field of evaluation, and a commitment to thinking deeply about culturally responsive evaluation practice.

The Internship: Building on the training content described below, the Interns work the equivalent of approximately two days per week at an internship site near their home institution from approximately September 1 to July 1. The interns may work on a single evaluation project or multiple projects at the site, but all internship work is focused on building skills and confidence in real-world evaluation practices. Interns receive a stipend of $8,000 in recognition of their internship work based on completion of the internship and satisfactory finalization of program requirements, including any deliverables due to the host agency, progress reports, and reflections on the internship experience.

Training and Networking Components: It is assumed that students come to the program with basic qualitative and quantitative research skills. The GEDI program then works to extend those skills to evaluation through multiple activities:

Fall Seminar. A five-day intensive seminar, held August 19 to August 23 in Claremont, CA, provides an orientation that expands the student's knowledge and understanding of critical issues in evaluation, including thinking about building evaluation capacities to work across cultures and diverse groups. The interns complete a self-assessment in the Fall, clarifying their own goals during program participation.

AEA Annual Conference. Interns will spend the week of October 22 to October 27 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the American Evaluation Association annual conference. While there, they attend (a) pre-conference workshops selected to fill gaps in their knowledge and skills, (b) conference sessions exploring the breadth and depth of the field, and (c) multiple networking events to connect them with senior colleagues. The interns also conduct a small-service learning project in the form of an evaluation of one component of the conference.

Winter Seminar. A three-day seminar, held in January or February, provides the students with additional training, coaching on their evaluation projects, and panel discussions with evaluation practitioners working in a range of contexts.

Evaluation Project. Interns will have the opportunity to provide support to an agency's evaluation activities in close proximity to their graduate institution. Interns will provide three updates on their evaluation project activities as part of the internship program, describing and reflecting on the application of their evaluation knowledge to the actual project activities.

Monthly Webinars: The students gather each month for a two-hour webinar to check in on evaluation projects and site placements, add to existing skill-sets, and learn from invited guest speakers.

AEA/CDC Summer Evaluation Institute. The program ends with attendance at the Summer Evaluation Institute held in Atlanta each June. There, students once again connect and finalize project reporting, attend training workshops, and participate in a graduation ceremony.

Specific Support Mechanisms: Interns are supported by colleagues at school, at their site placements, and within the sponsoring association:

An Academic Advisor. The academic advisor at the Intern's home institution supports and coordinates coursework and other activities, while helping to integrate the internship program with the student's plan of study.

A Sponsoring Agency. Students generally are matched with sponsoring agencies near their graduate institution that provide the opportunity to perform evaluation activities compatible with students' research interests and skills. Last year among approximately 75 applicants, six GEDI were competitively selected based on available sponsorships in the following cities: Atlanta (1), New Jersey (1), Baltimore (1), Pittsburgh (1), and Chapel Hill (2). GEDI then matched two remaining top applicants with cooperating agencies near their graduate institutions. Similar placements are expected this year. We are currently finalizing sponsor recruitment for 2012-2013; sponsors pay the Intern's $8,000 stipend, plus travel and training costs to the four meetings.

Supervising Mentor. A colleague at the host site with evaluation experience acts as a guide and mentor throughout the program.

GEDI Program Co-chairs. The GEDI program Chair, Stewart Donaldson, is an experienced evaluator. Working with a a cadre of colleagues, he oversee the curriculum and site placements. Throughout the internship the Chair is available to guide, advise, and support the interns in achieving their professional goals and the goals of the program.

AEA Staff Support. AEA staff provide logistical support throughout the internship. Post-internship, they work to connect program graduates with opportunities for leadership, participation, and networking within the association.

Online Community. The GEDI cohort uses an online community space for checking in, turning in updates, asking questions, and informal networking.

Student Benefits: Interns receive support from advisors and mentors, quality training focused on evaluation, real-world work experience, registration waivers and guidance at two professional evaluation conferences, and multiple opportunities for professional networking. In recognition of the time involved in the program (approximately 2 days per week), each intern also receives an $8,000 stipend and is reimbursed for major travel expenses related to the program (airfare and hotel specifically).

Eligibility: We seek students who are not already enrolled in an evaluation program/specialization or pursuing an evaluation degree who:

-Are enrolled in a masters or doctoral-level program in the United States and have completed the equivalent of one full year of graduate level coursework;
-Are residing in the United States;
-Have already been exposed to research methods and substantive issues in their field of expertise;
-Demonstrate via written essays the relevance of evaluation training to their career plans and their commitment to culturally responsive practice;
-Are eligible to work for pay in the United States outside of an academic environment (non-U.S. citizens will be asked to provide documentation of current eligibility); and
-Have support from his/her academic advisor.

Criteria for Selection: The interns will be selected based on their completed applications, materials provided, and subsequent finalist interviews focusing on:

-Their thinking around and commitment to culturally responsive evaluation practice;
-The alignment between their skills, aspirations, locale, and internship site placement needs;
-The quality of their academic, extracurricular, and personal experiences as preparation for GEDI; and
-Their capacity to carry out and complete the program, including support from an academic advisor.

To apply: Download the GEDI Application and return all requested materials via email as described on that document on or before Thursday, June 21, 2012. Please note that it may take a few weeks to compile the requested information and thus we recommend that you begin as soon as possible before the deadline.

Questions: We recommend beginning by reviewing our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. Should you have further questions, please contact program liaison, John Lavelle via email at gedi@eval.org for questions about the program.

More about the program: Go to the GEDI homepage

Posted by rutka005 at 10:30 AM

April 25, 2012

Career Services Graduate Internship Opportunity

CEHD Career Services at the University of Minnesota is seeking 1 -2 graduate student internship position(s) available for the 2012-2013 academic year.

CEHD Career Services provides career services and resources for students and alumni in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
CEHD Career Services is located in the new Science Teaching and Student Services (STSS) Building on the East Bank Campus of the University of Minnesota. Our space includes a large career resource room and interview center. The center is shared with CLA Career Services and the College of Design, Minneapolis programs.
To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Position description

• Assist CEHD students in identifying majors, career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools (MBTI, SII, StrengthsQuest) through one hour individual appointments.
• Assist students with job search preparation including how to search for employers, write a resume and cover letter, and develop strong interview skills.
• Provide walk-in resume reviews and career counseling.
• Conduct individual and group mock interviews and provide feedback to students.
• Conduct classroom presentations on career development related topics.
• Participate in CEHD and U of M events/programming such as career fairs, career panels, and recruiting events.
• Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population.
• Involvement in professional development and training opportunities.
• Additional projects and opportunities depending on student's interest, background and strengths.

Qualifications
• Applicants must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in college student personnel, counseling psychology, higher education, or related field with an interest in student development and/or career development.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently.
• Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team.
• Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and adaptability.
• Commitment to providing career services to a diverse population of students and alumni.
• Completion of career development course work, is preferred but not required.
• Experience with job search skills, career development, and teaching or advising with college students is preferred, but not required.

Logistics
• The time commitment is approximately 20 - 25 hours per week during office hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday) with occasional evening and weekend opportunities during the 2012 - 2013 academic year.
• Graduate student interns are supervised by a master's level career services professional and will have at least one hour per week of individual supervision.
• Graduate interns are provided initial and on-going training and begin with observation of appointments, then proceed to supervised appointments and then independent appointments.
• We are currently not able to provide LP/LPC supervision.
• $500.00 per semester stipend
• Financial support for professional development specifically related to career counseling/services (i.e. MCUCSA, MCDA) and approved by supervisor.

Application
Please provide the following application materials: (1) resume and cover letter, and (2) three references (please indicate length and nature of relationship). Submit application materials via e-mail to Jeannie Stumne, Director, CEHD Career Services, at stumn001@umn.edu
For more information contact Jeannie Stumne, at stumn001@umn.edu or 612-625-5307.


The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all person shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Posted by rutka005 at 11:19 AM

November 30, 2011

Career Services Graduate Internship Opportunity

CEHD Career Services at the University of Minnesota is seeking 1 -2 graduate student internship position(s) available for the 2012-2013 academic year.

CEHD Career Services
CEHD Career Services provides career services and resources for students and alumni in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
CEHD Career Services is located in the new Science Teaching and Student Services (STSS) Building on the East Bank Campus of the University of Minnesota. Our space includes a large career resource room and interview center. The center is shared with CLA Career Services and the College of Design, Minneapolis programs.
To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Position description
- Assist CEHD students in identifying majors, career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools (MBTI, SII, StrengthsQuest) through one hour individual appointments.
- Assist students with job search preparation including how to search for employers, write a resume and cover letter, and develop strong interview skills.
- Provide walk-in resume reviews and career counseling.
- Conduct individual and group mock interviews and provide feedback to students.
- Conduct classroom presentations on career development related topics.
- Participate in CEHD and U of M events/programming such as career fairs, career panels, and recruiting events.
- Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population.
- Involvement in professional development and training opportunities.
- Additional projects and opportunities depending on student's interest, background and strengths.

Qualifications
- Applicants must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in college student personnel, counseling psychology, higher education, or related field with an interest in student development and/or career development.
- Ability to take initiative and work independently.
- Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team.
- Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and adaptability.
- Commitment to providing career services to a diverse population of students and alumni.
- Completion of career development course work, is preferred but not required.
- Experience with job search skills, career development, and teaching or advising with college students is preferred, but not required.

Logistics
- The time commitment is approximately 20 - 25 hours per week during office hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday) with occasional evening and weekend opportunities during the 2012 - 2013 academic year.
- Graduate student interns are supervised by a master's level career services professional and will have at least one hour per week of individual supervision.
- Graduate interns are provided initial and on-going training and begin with observation of appointments, then proceed to supervised appointments and then independent appointments.
- We are currently not able to provide LP/LPC supervision.
- $500.00 per semester stipend
- Financial support for professional development specifically related to career counseling/services (i.e. MCUCSA, MCDA) and approved by supervisor.

Application
Please provide the following application materials: (1) resume and cover letter, and (2) three references (please indicate length and nature of relationship). Submit application materials via e-mail to Jeannie Stumne, Director, CEHD Career Services, at stumn001@umn.edu
Priority deadline is January 31st, 2012, but applications will be reviewed as received until position is filled.
For more information contact Jeannie Stumne, at stumn001@umn.edu or 612-625-5307.


The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all person shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Posted by rutka005 at 11:24 AM

October 17, 2011

Information about applying for internships for all Ph.D. students

Hello Everyone,

As you are thinking about internship plans, you might want to consider costs and benefits of choosing an internship that is an APA-accredited internship, an APPIC-member internship, or an internship that meets the Minnesota psychologist licensure criteria. There is information about this at: http://www.appic.org/match/5_2_1_appfaq2.html#q3

I thought the article on Why Accreditation Matters, published in gradPSYCH 2004 is especially enlightening. That url is: http://www.apa.org/gradpsych/2004/04/accreditation.aspx

Best Regards,

Sherri

Posted by rutka005 at 8:37 AM

September 21, 2011

Internship Opportunities with Urban 4-H

Youth Program Leaders will plan and deliver after school program at one or more sites. The goal of all Urban 4-H programs is for youth to drive their own learning. Urban 4-H Program Leaders are trained to plan safe, high-quality educational programs whereby youth walk away excited about what they are learning and able to articulate what that learning is. Several positions are open for the 2011/2012 school year with various schools that partner with Urban 4-H Youth Development. These include:

Battle Creek Middle School (St. Paul): Gr 7-8. M/W, 2:40-4:45, October - May 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep. Focus: leadership, native culture, and science enrichment
Highland Park Junior High School - Science (St. Paul): Gr 7-8. M/W, 2:00-4:00, Oct 2011 - May 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: science enrichment
Highland Park Junior High School - Teen Zine (St. Paul): Gr 7-8. M/W, 2:00-4:00, Oct 2011 - May 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: leadership, writing, photography and media arts
Jackson Elementary - Fitness (St. Paul): Gr 1-6. T/Th, 4:05-6:00, Oct 1, 2011 to April 2011. 5 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: healthy living and fitness enrichment
Jackson Elementary - Teen Zine (St. Paul): Gr 3-6. T/Th, 4:05-6:00, Oct 1, 2011 to April 2011. 7 hrs/wk; includes planning/prep time. Focus: leadership, writing, photography and media arts

Training for all positions begins on October 1st, 2011. Please see our website for more information and to submit an application: http://www1.extension.umn.edu/youth/mn4-H/urban4-H/opportunities.html

Contact Erica Gates, gates015@umn.edu; 612-624-7603 for more information.

Posted by rutka005 at 4:21 PM

April 25, 2011

CSPP Practicum Student Position (2011-‐2012)

Women's Center's CSPP practicum student responsibilities for 2011-2012 can be found by visiting this link: View image

Posted by rutka005 at 12:52 PM

January 5, 2011

Career Services Graduate Internship Opportunity

CEHD Career Services at the University of Minnesota is seeking 1 -2 graduate student internship position(s) available for the 2011-2012 academic year.

CEHD Career Services provides comprehensive career services and resources for undergraduate/graduate students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).

CEHD Career Services is located in the new Science Teaching and Student Services (STSS) Building on the East Bank Campus of the University of Minnesota. Our space includes a large career resource room and interview center. The center is shared with CLA Career Services and the College of Design, Minneapolis programs.
To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career
Position description
• Assist CEHD students in identifying majors, career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools (MBTI and SII) through one hour individual appointments.
• Assist students with job search preparation including how to search for employers, write a resume and cover letter, and develop strong interview skills.
• Provide walk-in resume reviews and career counseling.
• Conduct individual and group mock interviews and provide feedback to students.
• Conduct classroom presentations on career development related topics.
• Participate in CEHD and U of M events/programming such as career fairs, career panels, and recruiting events.
• Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population.
• Involvement in professional development and training.
• Additional projects and opportunities depending on student's interest, background and strengths.

Qualifications
• Applicants must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in college student personnel, counseling psychology, higher education, or related field with an interest in career counseling/career services in a higher education setting.
• Completion of career development coursework.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently.
• Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team.
• Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and adaptability.
• Commitment to providing career services to a diverse population of students and alumni.
• Experience with job search skills, career development, and teaching or advising with college students is preferred, but not required.
Logistics
• The time commitment is approximately 20 - 25 hours per week during office hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday) with occasional evening and weekend opportunities during the 2010 - 2011 academic year.
• Graduate student interns are supervised by a master's level career services professional and will have at least one hour per week of individual supervision.
• Graduate interns are provided initial and on-going training and begin with observation of appointments, then proceed to supervised appointments and then independent appointments.
• We are currently not able to provide LP supervision.
• $500.00 per semester stipend.

Application

Please provide the following application materials: (1) resume and cover letter, and (2) three references (please indicate length and nature of relationship). Submit application materials via e-mail to Jeannie Stumne, Lead Career Coordinator, at stumn001@umn.edu
Priority deadline is January 31st, 2010, but applications will be reviewed as received until position is filled.
For more information contact Jeannie Stumne at stumn001@umn.edu or 612-625-5307


The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all person shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Posted by rutka005 at 1:33 PM

May 4, 2010

Internships

Academic Advising Graduate Internship

Professional Undergraduate Academic Advising Professional undergraduate academic advising is an educational partnership that encourages and supports students to be active and accountable in the creation and achievement of their curricular and co-curricular goals. Academic advisors significantly contribute to the academic mission of the University through transformative practices that include but are not limited to the following:
*Helping students understand curricular and policy requirements, develop and realize their full academic potential, achieve learning
and development outcomes, and graduate in a timely manner
*Connecting students with resources and services
*Supporting and challenging students in their exploration, reflection, decision making, and goal setting
*Engaging students in developmental processes to define their diverse values, beliefs, and sense of self in relation to their
educational, career, and life goals.

Required Qualifications:
Applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree and should also be a current graduate student enrolled in a higher educational program related to the field of student affairs.

Preferred Qualifications:
Preference will be given to applicants with: experience advising students at the college level; knowledge and understanding of diverse populations; exceptional organizational and time management skills; strong attention to detail; outstanding written and oral communication abilities; and the desire to be a self-starter.

Responsibilities:
- Assist in the planning and implementation of new student and transfer student orientation events
- Advise students on degree program planning, registration, and transition to other programs
- Offer proactive advising techniques to enhance student services efforts for student success
- Maintain student records on advisees and monitor academic progress
- Function as a liaison with academic departments, programs, and units
- Contribute to the IT Student Services and University of Minnesota pursuit of holistic development
- Other duties and projects as assigned

Remuneration:
Summer internship will require approximately 25 hours per week, with the primary focus on orientation. An opportunity to continue the internship through the fall and spring semesters is negotiable (hours also negotiable). Currently internship is available as an unpaid opportunity.

Application Process:
Please send a letter of interest indicating how your skills and abilities may contribute to the campus department, a current resume, and contact information for three references to:

The University of Minnesota
Institute of Technology, Office of Academic Advising
Attention: Emily McCreight
128 Lind Hall
207 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Telephone: (612)-624-2890
Email:mccre017@umn.edu

Application deadline is Friday, May 14, 2010.

Posted by rutka005 at 8:47 AM

December 11, 2009

Internships

St. Catherine University - Graduate Internship Site Announcement (2010-2011 academic year)
Career Development Office

The Career Development Office at St. Catherine University is accepting applications for a graduate intern position for the 2010-2011 academic year. The intern will be expected to work in the office 15-20 hours per week from September through May (approximately 600 hours). Availability on weekday evenings and some weekends is expected, but aside from that, schedule is negotiable.
St. Catherine University serves women undergraduate students in the liberal arts and professional degree programs. Students include traditional-age and non-traditional day students, students participating in the Weekend College (WEC) program, and students enrolled in one of eight graduate programs offered at the University. St. Kate's also includes a two-year campus in Minneapolis that serves both women and men, primarily healthcare-related fields. Services offered in the Career Development Office include: comprehensive career counseling, assessment, internship supervision, job/internship search strategies, job/internship fairs including on-campus fairs as well as state-wide fairs, an extensive career library and website, workshop presentations, a 2-credit career development course, and on-campus recruiting programs. In addition, the career development staff is integrally involved in college-wide retention programs, providing career focus to co-curricular and curricular programs.
The graduate intern will be involved in a wide variety of functions in the office, including:
• Providing individual appointments and walk-in hours
• Assisting in program planning and presentations
• Participating as a member of the Student Affairs staff
• Participating in weekly supervision and staff meetings
• Proposing and carrying out a project based on intern interest and career office needs
Ideal candidates will have some knowledge of career development and some previous experience working with students. Candidates should have some knowledge of administering and interpreting assessment instruments (particularly the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Candidates should be independent workers with a high level of energy. We are looking for someone with a strong interest in the field of career development, and will offer a fine learning environment in return. The required 30 hours of licensed supervision are also available.
Those interested in applying should send a resume, a letter of interest, and the names and contact information for two references to:
Natalie Bullinger, M.A.

Career Specialist
Career Development, Mail #F-26
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
651.690.6998

Application review process will begin January, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled.

Posted by rutka005 at 2:46 PM

June 23, 2009

Internships

EOC Internship

Educational Opportunity Center, a TRiO Project funded by Title IV, US Dept of Education offers a paid internship for CSPP students.

EOC provides college access services for disadvantaged, low income, first generation potential college students. We offer career assessment, research and decision-making. We advocate for and help potential students apply for financial aid. We help a potential student choose a college and help with the application process.

We serve the greater Metropolitan area and offer services on campus at Minneapolis Community & Technical College, as well as at three Minnesota Workforce Centers, and two Adult Education sites. Our population is diverse, including people aged 12 to 80+, socio-economic levels, ethnic, immigrant, as well as American and eligible non-citizens.

We seek professional interns who can connect with, respect, and advocate for our clientele. Understanding people of diverse cultures and having a second language are a plus.

We offer training and professional development opportunities. In addition to paid internship hours, we may offer additional work hours
pre- and post- internship terms.

You may check out TRiO locally at www.mntrio.org or nationally at
www.coenet.us EOC's website is www.minneapolis.edu/eoc

Please contact Janet M Tauer, Director at 612-659-6538 or by email at janet.tauer@minneapolis.edu

Posted by rutka005 at 10:52 AM

June 5, 2009

Internships

Clinical Intern Job Description For The Arts Institutes International Minnesota

The Art Institutes International Minnesota helps prepare students for careers in creative and applied arts. It has a population of approximately 1800 students. We award diplomas through Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs in a variety of career areas. See our website for more details. www.artinstitutes.edu/minneapolis/

Practicum Student Profile

Mature individual/s (Master’s or Doctoral candidate) with the ability to work independently as clinician/s in a college setting with training and structured supervision. Duties include:
1. Perform client intakes, clinical assessments and treatment planning.
2. Individual counseling, including crisis intervention. (Couples work also possible.)
3. Clinical record keeping.
4. Outreach / Classroom presentations (i.e. counseling services overview, effective communication, handling criticism, assertiveness / conflict resolution…)
5. Program and/or workshop development and facilitation (time management, stress management, test anxiety, coping with depression...)
6. Develop, promote and facilitate counseling and/or educational groups.
7. Provide educational and psychological testing if appropriate for degree program.
8. Hours are negotiable.


Assessment Procedures

1. Daily to weekly face to face case consultations.
2. File reviews/audits by supervisor.
3. Observation of client sessions.
4. Student feedback.
5. Client evaluations (formal and informal.)

Contact Information

Becky Lothe, MS, LPC
Counselor / Disability Services Coordinator
The Art Institutes International Minnesota
15 S. 9th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402
612-656-6866 / rlothe@aii.edu

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Counselor Intern Training Agenda


____ Orientation to Ai Minnesota: Tour, Copy of Employee Handbook, Catalog, Student Handbook, etc.

____ Train on phone use and voicemail.

____ Get computer access / email account, keys, ID badge. See HR.

____ Train on computer usage, Outlook, EDMC Intranet, website, etc.

____ Introduction to counseling center paperwork: intake, assessment, treatment plan, progress notes, release of information and case closing form.

____ Referral information – review links and list.

____ Mock intake: introduction, build rapport, assess purpose and risk, plan.

____ Mock Assessment / Treatment Plan

____ Student Intake (co-facilitation or consultation) – Intern preference

____ Independent student appointments, with consultation

____ Shadow or co-facilitate student and/or faculty workshop/s

____ Develop group ideas, market and offer/run student support/educational groups.

____ Introduction to Student Disability Services: services, paperwork, resources, process, etc.

Project Ideas for Program Development / Research Ideas

____ Residence Assistants training – i.e. crisis management, conflict resolution, risk assessment and referral, other…

____ Student Group ideas – educational, therapeutic, and support

____ Improve / streamline counseling paperwork

____ Faculty/staff development on mental health issues among college students


Posted by rutka005 at 1:34 PM

May 6, 2009

Internships


CSPP Practicum Students: Two Position Descriptions, 2009-10 Women’s Center, University of Minnesota

We are seeking two CSPP Practicum Students to work with the Women’s Center next year. Some work would involve supporting existing programs and helping to launch some new ideas, but there is also ready for an Practicum Student to shape the experience based on your interests, expertise and desired areas for professional growth. Looking forward to hearing from you!

The Women’s Center, one of five departments in the Office for Equity & Diversity (OED), serves as a catalyst for the University to achieve equity for women. Practicum Students report to the director of the Women’s Center and also maintain a close working relationship with the Student Programs Coordinator. Practicum Students attend the Women’s Center’s weekly meetings and a weekly individual meeting. For more information, www.umn.edu/women or call 625-9837.

Qualifications
• Current graduate student
• A passion for achieving women’s equity and social justice.
• Demonstrated commitment to, and experience working with diverse students and communities.
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to establish goals and priorities that integrate organizational objectives (University, OED and WmC) and to evaluate program progress and results.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Ability to work as part of a diverse team.
• Prefer prior programming experience and prefer knowledge of issues of privilege.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student I
• Assist in the continued development and implementation of a leadership program for undergraduate women
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student II
• Coordinate the development and implementation of groups for women students of color, particularly for Somali women students, African American women students, multi-racial women students, Chicana/Latina women students, and Native American women students. This project includes recruitment and support of facilitators, as well as planning for sustainability.
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Assist in the coordination of a one-day conference for women of color.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Other Possible Responsibilities (depending on the Practicum Student’s skills and goals)
• Coordinate and offer workshops in an area of expertise
• Explore ways to increase collaborations across campus (especially with women of color, women in the STEM fields, transwomen, lesbians, white women learning more about privilege and men)
• Assist with development of women student activist group
• Assist with our 50th anniversary events
• Assist in the development of men’s programming (survey, coordinate programs)
• Develop and staff a St. Paul office (in collaboration with MCAE and GLBTA).
• Employ technology to increase our educational outreach and resource efforts.
• Offer drop-in hours for women students to receive academic support and career planning advice. Track and report student participation, satisfaction, and progress through evaluations and other metrics and prepare an end-of-semester report


Laura Dalman, our '08-09 CSPP Practicum Student said she would be glad to answer questions if anyone wanted to e-mail her at dalm0007@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 9:41 AM

April 24, 2009

Internships

CSPP Intern: Two Position Descriptions, 2009-10
Women’s Center, University of Minnesota

We are seeking two CSPP Interns to work with the Women’s Center next year. Some work would involve supporting existing programs and helping to launch some new ideas, but there is also ready for an intern to shape the experience based on your interests, expertise and desired areas for professional growth. Looking forward to hearing from you!

The Women’s Center, one of five departments in the Office for Equity & Diversity (OED), serves as a catalyst for the University to achieve equity for women. Interns report to the director of the Women’s Center and also maintain a close working relationship with the Student Programs Coordinator. Interns attend the Women’s Center’s weekly meetings and a weekly individual meeting. For more information, www.umn.edu/women or call 625-9837.

Qualifications
• Current graduate student
• A passion for achieving women’s equity and social justice.
• Demonstrated commitment to, and experience working with diverse students and communities.
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to establish goals and priorities that integrate organizational objectives (University, OED and WmC) and to evaluate program progress and results.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Ability to work as part of a diverse team.
• Prefer prior programming experience and prefer knowledge of issues of privilege.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Intern I
• Assist in the continued development and implementation of a leadership program for undergraduate women
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Intern II
• Coordinate the development and implementation of groups for women students of color, particularly for Somali women students, African American women students, multi-racial women students, Chicana/Latina women students, and Native American women students. This project includes recruitment and support of facilitators, as well as planning for sustainability.
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women’s Center.
• Assist in the coordination of a one-day conference for women of color.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Other Possible Responsibilities (depending on the Intern’s skills and goals)
• Coordinate and offer workshops in an area of expertise
• Explore ways to increase collaborations across campus (especially with women of color, women in the STEM fields, transwomen, lesbians, white women learning more about privilege and men)
• Assist with development of women student activist group
• Assist with our 50th anniversary events
• Assist in the development of men’s programming (survey, coordinate programs)
• Develop and staff a St. Paul office (in collaboration with MCAE and GLBTA).
• Employ technology to increase our educational outreach and resource efforts.
• Offer drop-in hours for women students to receive academic support and career planning advice. Track and report student participation, satisfaction, and progress through evaluations and other metrics and prepare an end-of-semester report

Posted by rutka005 at 2:54 PM

February 6, 2009

Internships

CEHD Community,

A reminder that the U of M Job & Internship Fair is just around the corner. The Fair is free and open to all U of M undergraduates,
graduate students, and recent alumni. Free transportation will be provided from campus. We encourage students to register at www.umjobfair.org.

U OF M JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR
Monday, February 9th, 2009
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Minneapolis Convention Center
www.umjobfair.org

Posted by rutka005 at 10:42 AM

December 12, 2008

Internships

Opening for doctoral internship --Not in the APPIC Match

As an Alumni of CSPP, I am writing to share an opportunity for the Fall 2009 School year. Attached is a description of a new pre-doctoral internship program. This is a new internship for Fall 2009. Pride Institute will not be in the APPIC match.

Please feel free to share with your colleagues and peers

Thanks,
Weston

For complete announcement: Download file

Weston M Edwards, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Director of Program Development Pride Institute
14400 Martin Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
wedwards@pride-institute.com
www.pride-institute.com
tel: 952.934.7554
fax: 952.934.8764
mobile: 612.987.4482

Posted by lind0449 at 11:16 AM

September 12, 2008

Internships

Please note the internships below are not Pre-Doctoral Internships; any interested students in the MA or PhD programs may apply for these internships.

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If you are looking for a great learning experience with kids and would love to get paid at the same time, we have options for you! The Urban Youth Development Office is looking for strong leaders who have a desire to work with youth and want to build their skills as youth workers.

Urban Youth Development has opportunities for college students (at any level) to lead after school programs for this 2008-2009 school year!

We have several positions available. Pay is $10/hr and includes time for training, program delivery, and planning. Each position is between 3 and 15 hour per week, and more than one position can be obtained by a person who wishes more hours.

So far, we have the following opportunities available:
• Jackson Elementary (St. Paul): Three positions available: fitness, photography, or science focus. Each position will have a group of 3rd and 4th graders and a group of 5th and 6th graders.
• WISE Charter School (Minneapolis): Three positions available teaching a variety of enrichment activities for youth K-8 at school with Afrocentric curriculum.
• 2Excel! at World Cultures Magnet School (St. Paul): Two interns will work together to build personal leadership in 5th and 6th graders
• Cleveland Middle School (St. Paul) Two positions available: girls in science or photography focus. Each position will have a group of 5th and 6th graders and a group of 7th and 8th graders.
For a complete description of each unique opportunity, please visit the internship page on our website: http://www.fourh.umn.edu/urban/opportunities.html

Urban 4-H interns are supported through quality training (paid) and professional development opportunities, in addition to day-to-day support in planning and program development.

To apply, download the application online and email it to me. Deadline for application is September 19.

Call with any questions!

-Jessica Russo
Jessica Pierson Russo, M.Ed.
Extension Educator
Urban 4-H Youth Development
University of Minnesota Extension
495 Coffey Hall
1420 Eckles Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
(612) 624-7625
Fax: (612) 624-7793

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ACET, Inc. is currently looking for qualified graduate students for our internship program. We have listed the internship on GoldPass (Job ID: 17893) and on our website at http://www.acetinc.com/Employment/Internship.html

Our internship program is structured with a work plan, learning objectives, evaluation tasks/activities, and an estimated time line for completion. Students will gain hands-on experience in the field of evaluation by working on planning, implementation and reporting projects; corresponding with various staff; and interacting with clients. We want the intern’s experience to be educationally and personally rewarding. Over the last six years, students from the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Policy and the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota and students from Arizona State University have interned at ACET. Previously, students have received up to five graduate-level credits for their internship.

We would love to talk to any graduate students from the College of Education and Human Development about a winter or spring internship with ACET. Please feel free to direct any interested students to myself or to call me if you have any questions or would like additional information.

Thanks, and have a great day,
Kirsten

Kirsten L. Rewey, Ph.D.
Research and Evaluation Associate
ACET, Inc.
9868 Lyndale Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55420
Main: 952.922.1811
Voicemail: 952.746.0192
Fax: 952.922.1911
Web: http://www.acetinc.com

Posted by lind0449 at 9:57 AM

September 28, 2007

Internsips

University of Maryland is accepting applications for its 2008-2009 pre-doctoral internship. Complete information available: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:11 AM

January 26, 2007

Internships

Graduate School Intern Position Opening

The Career and Community Learning Center (CCLC) in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota announces an opening for a master's level graduate school intern for the 2007-2008 academic year. We are seeking a practicum student who is interested in experiencing the creation, planning and delivery of a variety of career services in a dynamic, cutting edge environment.

More about CCLC: www.cclc.umn.edu
For questions and to receive a full position description, email Robin Stubblefield: rstubblefield@class.cla.umn.edu or call 612-624-7577.

Posted by lind0449 at 2:22 PM

December 20, 2006

Internships

University of Puget Sound
Student Affairs Summer Internship (SASI)
Summer 2007

The University of Puget Sound Division of Student Affairs will again host a Student Affairs Summer Intern in 2007. A graduate student in a student personnel administration (or complementary) program will join the Student Affairs staff as a generalist intern, working collaboratively with a variety of offices, departments and projects.

One hallmark of the SASI is that the actual assignments and responsibilities of the intern are tailored to the successful candidate's skills, background, and interests. The intern will work a minimum of 35 hours per week for a minimum commitment of 10 weeks.

Full posting is available online: http://www.ups.edu/dsa/SASI.htm

Posted by lind0449 at 11:09 AM

September 8, 2006

Internships

See the flier below for information about a wonderful internship opportunity for talented undergraduate students. I've been affiliated with the organization for over a year now, and I whole heartedly recommend the program. Feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who might would be interested.

Christopher G. Buckley
Research Assistant
Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning
College of Education and Human Development

Teach this year!

Breakthrough Saint Paul is looking for a diverse group of talented college students to teach in an innovative academic enrichment program for high-potential, under-resourced middle school students in Saint Paul. Breakthrough provides paid teaching internships, complete with training and classroom teaching experience.

Breakthrough Saint Paul offers:
• The opportunity to teach, guide, and lead a group outstanding, under-resourced middle school kids in a transformational, community-based service learning project
• Training in areas such as lesson planning, classroom management, and student-centered teaching
• Hands-on classroom teaching experience
• Stipend of $500 for an October-April teaching internship
• A chance to work with a fun, cohesive, diverse faculty comprised of other amazing students from around the Metro area
• An opportunity to become part of a movement to improve educational equity in the Twin Cities and the nation

Want to know more? Please contact Carl Phillips, Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction, for program and application information cphillips@moundsparkacademy.org or 612-986-7089

Application Deadline: Friday, Sep. 15, 2006

Information is available on the web at:
www.breakthroughcollaborative.org

Posted by lind0449 at 1:40 PM

May 19, 2006

Internships

Planned Parenthood seeking summer program evaluation intern

www.ppmns.org

Youth Development Program Evaluator

As Planned Parenthood’s Youth Development Program Evaluator, you will play a key role in ensuring that the organization’s teen education programs are reaching their objectives. You will assess evaluation tools currently being used by Planned Parenthood and recommend changes as needed. You’ll also develop new evaluation tools and processes to determine whether the program goals are being met, as well as administer tools and interpret results. Knowledge of evaluation techniques (program evaluation experience or coursework) is required. Basic knowledge of current topics in sexuality, experience working with teens, and ability to travel on a very limited basis to Rochester or Duluth are beneficial, but not required. 12-15 hour/week, flexible daytime schedule. Located in Minneapolis Uptown.

For more information or to apply:

www.ppmns.org

volunteers@ppmns.org

612-821-6113

Confidentiality Notice: The information contained in this message may be privileged and confidential and protected from disclosure. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, or an employee or agent responsible for delivering this message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the message and deleting it from your computer. Thank you

Posted by kenne064 at 8:47 AM

March 31, 2006

Internships

INTERNSHIP AVAILABLE
SUMMER 2006
Admission Counselor
College of St. Catherine
St. Paul, MN
Weekend College
June 5, 2006 – September 8, 2006 (Negotiable)


The College of St. Catherine, a Catholic liberal arts college for women in Minnesota, values diversity in its faculty, staff and students. We have a part-time summer internship available in the Weekend College Admission office in St. Paul.

Responsibilities: Recruit, counsel and advise prospective students while representing the College to various audiences. Assist with public relations and marketing efforts; the development and implementation of recruitment strategies; and in the overall admission effort.

Qualifications: Ability to interact effectively with diverse populations as well as excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. An understanding and appreciation for the mission of the College is a must. Experience with Microsoft Word, and working with non-traditional students preferred. Students currently enrolled in a graduate program preferred. Some evening and weekend hours required.

Salary: $10 /hour

To apply, e-mail Angela Stanco at astanco@stkate.edu or call (651) 690 – 6542. You also may send your resume by fax to 651–690–6549, or by mail to the following address:

The College of St. Catherine
Weekend College Admission #4061
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105


Visit our website at www.stkate.edu

Posted by kenne064 at 8:47 AM

January 6, 2006

Internships

We are pleased to announce that the postdoctoral and internship programs listed below have been accepted for APPIC membership. The Board of Directors would like to congratulate these programs and welcome them to APPIC.

Please note that some of these programs may not yet appear in the APPIC Directory Online because the Training Directors are in the process of updating the information about their programs. A new APPIC member's Directory listing will become immediately accessible in the Directory Online once it is updated by the program.


NEW APPIC MEMBER POSTDOCTORAL PROGRAMS
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Omni Youth Services
Buffalo Grove, IL
Training Director: Margaret Smith-Zoeller, Psy.D.

University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Madison, WI
Training Director: M. Denise Connelly, Ph.D.


NEW APPIC MEMBER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
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Indian Health Board of Minneapolis, Inc.
Minneapolis, MN
Training Director: Genni Goschke, Psy.D.

IUPUI - Counseling and Psychological Services
Indianapolis, IN
Training Director: Julia M. Lash, Ph.D.

Posted by kenne064 at 3:02 PM

December 16, 2005

Internships

University of Puget Sound
Student Affairs Summer Internship (SASI)
Summer 2006


The University of Puget Sound Division of Student Affairs will again host a Student Affairs Summer Intern in 2006. A graduate student in a student personnel administration (or complementary) program will join the Student Affairs staff as a generalist intern, working collaboratively with a variety of offices, departments and projects.

One hallmark of the SASI is that the actual assignments and responsibilities of the intern are tailored to the successful candidate's skills, background, and interests. The intern will work a minimum of 35 hours per week for a minimum commitment of 10 weeks.

Areas the intern may work with include:
Dean of Students Office [Assessment, Policy Development, Organizational Planning];
Student Development [Residence Life, Judicial Affairs, Student Activities, Greek Life, Orientation & Leadership Programs, Puget Sound Outdoors ];
Student Services [Community Involvement & Action Center (service learning), Counseling, Health & Wellness Services, Multicultural & Off-Campus Student Services, Spirituality & Justice, Wheelock Student Center];
ASUPS [student government officers, clubs & organizations, student media]

The ideal candidate will have:
At least one year of graduate work completed
Knowledge of student development theories
Commitment to student-centered learning
Experience in program development and delivery
Understanding of a private, liberal arts, residential campus
Excellent communication skills
Appreciation for and acceptance of personal and cultural differences
A sense of humor
An eagerness to learn about a variety of student affairs areas
A sense of independence and ability to juggle multiple tasks
An appreciation for the Pacific Northwest in the summertime
Compensation will include:
Housing in an on-campus house
A $2500 stipend
A small, negotiated stipend for travel between intern's home and Tacoma
An office and PC
Working with great students and colleagues
Having a view of Mt. Rainier and being within walking distance of the Puget Sound
To apply for the Puget Sound Student Affairs Summer Internship, please prepare the following application materials:
A letter of interest describing fully your interest in the internship and how your qualifications match our "ideal candidate" description above (please include the earliest summer date you would be available and the last date you could be with us and whether or not you will be available to be interviewed at the NASPA or ACPA Conferences in Spring 2006)
A current resume
A copy of a paper or project completed in graduate school that is indicative of your work
A letter of recommendation from a current faculty member or student affairs supervisor
The names and phone numbers of two additional references, one who is a current graduate school classmate and one who is a current undergraduate with whom you work
Your application must be received by 12 noon, March 1, 2006, sent to:
Student Affairs Summer Internship
Dean of Students Office
Wheelock Student Center #1069
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, WA 98416-1069


My summer at the University of Puget Sound introduced me to the exciting role of a generalist in student affairs and helped me determine future career plans. Additionally, I appreciated the close-knit campus community. I can always count on my UPS colleagues to be there for me because Once a Logger, Always a Logger!
--David A. Stanfield, Miami University of Ohio, 2005 SASI

"This internship will be one of the best learning opportunities you will have during your graduate work. Your exposure to student affairs at the University of Puget Sound will not only allow you to conceptualize your graduate studies from the angle of small private institutions in the Pacific Northwest, but allow you to define the kind of professional environments you want to work in."
--Czarina Ramsay, University of Vermont, 2004 SASI
Residence Hall Director at Seattle University

"This was an absolutely amazing experience. My ten weeks in the beautiful Pacific Northwest really opened my eyes to the variety of opportunities in student affairs and the context of a small, private liberal arts college. No other internship provides exposure to such a breadth and depth of experience."
--Jeremy Hayes, Iowa State University, 2003 co-SASI
Assistant Director of Diversity Services at Suffolk University (MA)

"In order to fully appreciate the SASI, one must put aside any preconceived notions about the typical summer internship. This is truly a unique experience and an exceptional opportunity for professional growth and development. I was amazed at how readily I was accepted by my colleagues.
--Gennaro DeAngelis, University of Maine, 2002 SASI
Associate Director of Financial Aid at Manchester Community College (CT)

"My experience as the Student Affairs Summer Intern at the University of Puget Sound was invaluable. As I reflect back on my summer in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, I am still amazed at how quickly I felt as if I was part of the division of student affairs team. I was instantly treated as a colleague and was integrated into every aspect of the Puget Sound community."
--Deanne Maxwell, University of Vermont, 2001 SASI
Coordinator of Judicial Services at Ithaca College (NY)

"As I look back on my graduate school experience, I consider interning at Puget Sound as one of the highlights. Not only did the Student Affairs Summer Internship provide me with an opportunity to connect theory-to-practice, but I was able to make many wonderful friendships that will last throughout my lifetime. I am a better professional because of my experiences at Puget Sound, and for that I am grateful."
--Travis Greene, Iowa State University, 2000 SASI
Doctoral Student, University of Maryland, College Park

The University of Puget Sound is an independent, predominantly residential, undergraduate liberal arts college with selected graduate programs building effectively on a liberal arts foundation. The university, as a community of learning, maintains a strong commitment to teaching excellence, scholarly engagement, and fruitful student-faculty interaction. The academic program, enrolling approximately 2,600 students, is based on a core curriculum for all students and includes a wide selection of majors in the liberal arts.

Feel free to send questions or inquiries to: dos@ups.edu or 253-879-3360

(We will be attending the NASPA National Conference in Washington D.C. and the ACPA National Conference in Indianapolis and will interview internship finalists there.)

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Posted by kenne064 at 11:39 AM

December 9, 2005

Internships

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY INTERNSHIPS

JOB TITLE: Student Activities Graduate Intern

WAGE RATE: $2,000 total for the summer (8 weeks) plus on-campus room

SUPERVISOR: Student Activities Program Coordinator

JOB FUNCTION: Student Activities supports and develops over 180 recognized student organizations, the Associated Students of Boise State University (student government), the Student Programs Board, Volunteer Services Board, Greek Life, visual arts programs, Classic Performances Series, Global Expressions Series, Student Leadership Program, Martin Luther King, Jr./Human Rights Celebration, and the Student Union Board of Governors.

The summer Graduate Intern assists the Student Activities office with the creation, implementation, and evaluation of leadership programs.

HOURS: 40 hours/week. Usually between 8 am - 5 pm. Several evening and weekend hours may be required. Position offered from June 5- July 28, 2006.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Participate in the creation of training materials and conduct 1-2 training sessions for student leaders. Dependent on candidate's interest and skills, sessions can be targeted for Greek Life, Programming Board or Volunteer Board members.
2. Assist in planning and coordinating Student Leader Summit
3. Develop Founders’ Leadership Society newsletter
4. Market fall leadership courses
5. Work collaboratively with the Student Leadership Program Committee and other members of the campus community to successfully implement current leadership programs
 Coordinate meeting times and locations
 Develop meeting agendas in collaboration with Program Coordinator
 Write and distribute meeting minutes to Committee members
6. Assist in the development of Leadership Studies Minor
7. Develop and implement a marketing and recruitment plan for the Student Leadership Program
8. Conduct research on student leadership programs nation-wide
 Establish benchmarks for successful programs
 Write comprehensive report.
9. Develop and implement an outdoor program for summer semester students (i.e. outdoor concert, community volunteer project, etc.)
10. Meet weekly with a member of the professional staff to discuss relevant research and theory addressing multiple issues of Student Union and Student Affairs work
11. Demonstrate teamwork and support of Student Union services and activities
12. Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

 Must be enrolled in an accredited University earning a graduate degree in College Student Personnel/Higher Education Administration or similar program.
 Basic computer experience necessary
 Strong interpersonal and collaborative management skills
 Excellent written and oral communication skills
 Demonstrated skills in leadership, proactive teambuilding, and public speaking
 Student Life event planning skills
 Experience in college student development
 Interest in Student Leadership Development and Student Activities

Questions? Contact Mahi Takazawa at (208) 426-2877/mahitakazawa@boisestate.edu

Application Procedure:

Submit cover letter, resume, and a contact list of three professional references to:

Linda Hamson
Boise State University
Student Union
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-1335

Or

E-mail Linda Hamson at lhamson@boisestate.edu or Fax Linda Hamson at (208) 426-1391

Review of applications will begin January 27, 2006.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Communicate Orally: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word, informal presentations, speaking before groups
2. Fingering: Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than the whole hand or arm.
3. Sight: Able to see and read PC screens; detect color coding; read fine print, and/or normal type size print.

MENTAL CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to understand, remember and communicate routine, factual information.
2. Ability to understand, remember and apply oral and/or written instructions or other information.
3. Ability to organize and prioritize own work schedule over several months.
4. Ability to apply common sense in performing job.
5. Ability to understand complex problems and to collaborate and explore alternative solutions.
6. Ability to facilitate group discussions.
7. Ability to compose materials such as detailed reports, work related manuals, publications of limited scope or impact, etc., and/or make presentations outside the immediate work area.
8. Ability to organize thoughts and ideas into understandable terminology.
9. Ability to compose letters, outlines, memoranda, and basic reports and/or to orally communicate technical information.
10. Ability to make decisions which have moderate impact on immediate work unit.
11. Ability to complete routine forms, use existing form letters and/or conduct routine oral communications.
12. Ability to communicate with individuals utilizing a telephone; requires ability to hear and speak effectively on phone.
13. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide and to record, balance and check results for accuracy

JOB TITLE: Cultural Center Graduate Intern

WAGE RATE: $2,000 total for the summer (8 weeks) plus on-campus room

SUPERVISOR: Cultural Center Coordinator

JOB FUNCTION: The Cultural Center plans, develops, and administers educational programming, and provides resources for minority students and ethnic student organizations. The NASPA Minority Fellow Graduate Intern would assist with the creation, implementation, and evaluation of co-curricular programs that serve the students and the University community. The NASPA Minority Fellow Graduate Intern would also be responsible for helping to develop and implement a Tunnel of Oppression recruitment and training program, plan and organize Fall Bronco Welcome events, create a summer newsletter, research and present for University 101 classes and perform routine office operations; including answering phones, handling walk-in traffic, word processing, office coverage, and other duties as assigned.

HOURS: Approximately 40 hours/week. (Scheduled between 8:00am - 6:00 pm, Mon. - Thur.,
8:00am - 5:00pm, Fri.) Additional evening and weekend hours may be required based on the demands of individual programs. Position offered from June 5- July 28, 2006.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Aids in the creation and implementation of programs, services and projects as assigned.
• Planning Cultural Center Bronco Welcome/Welcome Back Events
• Meeting with Student leaders and organizations
• Meeting with Groups and planning Tunnel of Oppression Event
• Planning and Researching Diversity Round Table Discussions
• Identifying Student Development Issues during each awareness month
• Planning Leadership Training Retreat
• Planning Key Speaker and Exhibit Events for Awareness Months
• Creating an online summer newsletter
• Donations of Materials and publications for Cultural Center
• Research Safe Zone Areas in different universities and prepare report on how to implement at BSU.

1. Develops promotional materials, program proposals, planning timelines, budgets, evaluations, and training manuals.
2. Helps to develop the Cultural Center into a Safe Zone for Marginalized Groups.
3. Researches other Cultural Centers for mission statements, structure and services
4. Assists in planning of workshop and trainings.
5. Helps identify areas of student identity development.
6. Helps to promote education of power, privilege and oppression.
7. Assists with planning and coordinating event committee meetings.
8. Attends staff meetings scheduled with supervisor.
9. Supports the review and revision of publications and handbooks.
10. Meet weekly with a member of the professional staff to discuss relevant research and theory addressing multiple issues of Student Affairs work
11. Performs routine office operations.
12. Completes other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:

 Must be enrolled in an accredited University earning a graduate degree in College Student Personnel/Higher Education Administration or similar program.
 Basic computer experience necessary
 Strong interpersonal and collaborative management skills
 Ability to work with people of different backgrounds and cultures.
 Excellent written and oral communication skills
 Demonstrated skills in leadership, proactive teambuilding, and public speaking
 Student Life event planning skills
 Experience in college student development
 Interest in social justice and diversity education

Questions? Contact Ro Parker at (208) 426-4317/rparker1@boisestate.edu

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Submit cover letter, resume, and a contact list of three professional references to:

Linda Hamson
Boise State University
Student Union
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-1335

Or

E-mail Linda Hamson at lhamson@boisestate.edu or Fax Linda Hamson at (208) 426-1391

Review of applications will begin January 27, 2006.


View flyer at:
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Posted by kenne064 at 3:09 PM

December 2, 2005

Internships

Greetings!

The Student Conflict Resolution Center is attempting to recruit an intern to assist with program outreach and visibility, program development, and presentations to students on conflict resolution techniques. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please forward the description below. In addition, if you could post this within your department, that would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Josh

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Posted by kenne064 at 3:26 PM