Our student interns are an essential part of our office, playing a role in everything from day-to-day operations to ambitious projects. Throughout their experience working in the Hub, interns develop their professional skills—such as effective communication, research, and project management—and receive coaching and support throughout the process.
All interns divide their time between the Hub’s information area and their respective teams—in student engagement, internships, learning, data and systems, or communications. Positions are paid, and are available for spring, summer, fall, and winter terms.
Applications for 2019-2020 internships have closed. Intern applications are typically posted in February for employment in spring, summer, fall, and/or winter. If you would like to receive the most up to date information about open positions and other opportunities to be involved in the Hub, please add yourself to our interest list: https://forms.gle/DimZD5hbAULN4zrA9
Student Advisory Team
Do you have insights and ideas about how the LSA Opportunity Hub can effectively work with you and other students?
What is the Student Advisory Team?
Student Advisory Team (SAT) Ambassadors help shape the Hub’s programs, services, and marketing while developing their professional skills. SAT is a group of 70 to 100 LSA undergraduate students who provide timely, specific, and honest feedback to Hub staff that will impact the rest of the college’s 18,000+ students. Feedback and input can be given through in-person or virtual activities and through serving as an ambassador for Hub related events. Involvement as a SAT Ambassador includes access to engage in specialized professional development and exclusive programming opportunities.
What are the benefits of serving as a SAT Ambassador?
Participants are given a host of opportunities to choose from, including (but not limited to):
Specialized professional development opportunities
Access to networking opportunities with LSA alumni & employers
Piloting new Hub programs/initiatives
Providing feedback & student perspectives to influence Hub programming
Hub gear (Hub water bottle, t-shirt, phone accessories, etc.)
What is the time commitment?
We ask that ambassadors commit to fall 2019 and winter 2020 semesters. If you plan to graduate in December 2019, you are eligible to apply and participate for fall semester only.
To be considered an active participant, a SAT Ambassador is required to engage in activities that equate to a minimum of 150 points per semester. We will have both in-person and virtual activities and you sign-up for activities based on your availability. One in-person activity is worth 100 points and one virtual activity is worth 50 points.
Examples of past activities:
Focus groups about building online resume tools
Feedback session about how to improve Hub student communications
Pass out flyers for a Hub event on the Diag
Survey about industry interests for internships
Survey feedback on the naming of a new mentorship tool
Survey input about a new virtual resume tool that the Hub is piloting
Who is eligible?
Any LSA undergraduate student who does not intend to transfer out of the college of LSA through May 2020.
How can students get involved?
Students should fill out the application located at https://forms.gle/M7Zoy5juMxDCAYo28.
PRIORITY DEADLINE - June 2nd at 11:59PM and FINAL DEADLINE - July 28th at 11:59PM. Students will receive an email following the application letting them know the status of their submission by early August.
Please send any SAT-related questions to Mariana Naddaf, Assistant Director of Student Engagement, firstname.lastname@example.org.