Are you looking for a Spring semester internship?

Is it time to boost your resume and begin networking?

The University YMCA Community Leadership Intern Program (Y-CLIP) unites companies all over the Metro area with University of Minnesota students during the Spring semester. Those accepted into the program receive great work experience with a local organization as well as 6 University Credits (these can count for Service Learning credits for the Community Engagement Scholar Program, should count for the Family Social Science Internship, and can also be petitioned to count for others e.g. Non-Profit Management)

The program consists of two components:

·Internship: Once accepted into the program students are guaranteed an internship. Students work 12-15 hours per week at their organization and obtain valuable work experience.

·Weekly Seminar: Students attend 2.5 hour weekly seminars that address topics including ethical leadership, community building, multicultural awareness, and professional development. Sessions involve speakers and field trips and are a great way to meet other students.

The application deadline is quickly approaching for this year! A few of the opportunities include; The TCF Foundation, The Wilder Foundation, Junior Achievement, St. Anne's Place, Achieve MPLS, Housing Link, an HR position with Commonbond, adult education with Cedar Riverside and many more!

If the Community Leadership Intern Program seems like the right fit for you then we'd love to move forward with you for this program's specific application process.

Attached is the program description/timeline as well as an overview of the internship opportunities available.

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