Interested in identity-based work, social justice, community building? Potentially looking at a career in multicultural/diversity affairs or higher education? This internship could be for you. The A3C selects a group of undergraduate interns to help organize and run the center's activities. Hiring begins at the beginning of the academic year. This is a volunteer-based position and interns are supported by our A3C Graduate Interns and Professional Staff (Director and Assistant Director). We seek creative, motivated, and talented students to join our team. We have finished hiring for semester, but please look out for more opportunities next semester!
The A3C also hires one or two paid student staff each year. You must be a graduate or professional student to apply. Our graduate intern(s) work on a variety of identity, social justice, and educational-based programs and assist with daily center operations, outreach, mentorship, and new initiatives. The position accepts ISSO Student Employment, Traditions, and federal work-study. Please reach out to Daniel Hoddinott for inquiries.