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Applications are now closed for 2017-2018 CSSA Internships.
We will be seeking 2018-2019 interns in spring 2018.
Internship Learning Objectives:
- (Cognitive Development) To develop a working knowledge of planning and implementation processes, the importance of assignment tracking and completion.
- (General Skill Development) To gain skill in logistics, leadership and communication in written, interpersonal and presentation formats.
- (Personal Growth and Development) To build self confidence in a professional setting.
- GPA of 2.20 or higher.
- Academic status of sophomore or higher.
- Minimum of 135 hours per semester or over the summer.
- Internship may qualify for academic credit through a departmental internship requirement or through the Center for Career Services.
- Eligible for Lavelle Internship in Non-Profit organizations funding of up to to be applied to the student’s JCU account (for summer, will be applied to fall semester)
(Current) Spring 2017 CSSA Interns:
Nicolette Bowersock ’18
Nicolette Bowersock is a junior from Ashland, Ohio, majoring in Education. As the Data & Analysis Intern, Nicolette enters, updates, and monitors CSSA attendance and registration data; cleans and analyzes survey results for CSSA events and processes; writes print newsletter articles; and assists with various workshops, special events, and substitute drives.
Catherine Looby ’17
Catherine Looby is a senior from the northern suburbs of Chicago, majoring in Psychology and minoring in both Peace, Justice, and Human Rights, and French. As the Marketing & Reflection Intern, Catherine tracks student reflection reading and flags issues for staff follow up; maintains the CSSA social media accounts; assists with the weekly e-newsletter; writes print newsletter articles; performs updates to CSSA’s website; and assists with various workshops, special events, and substitute drives.
Past CSSA Interns:
- Fall 2016: Nicolette Bowersock ’18 and Ciara Crossey ’17
- Summer 2016: Annmarie Kirchner ’17
- Spring 2016: Kaylee Quanbeck ’17 and Catherine Looby ’17
- Fall 2015: Kaylee Quanbeck ’17 and Catherine Looby ’17
- Summer 2015: Kate Finneran ’16
- Spring 2015: Marcus Owens ’15 and Andre Alamina ’18