This internship will provide students an opportunity to:
- Understand and articulate the importance of engaging spirituality and religion in higher education, particularly at a public institution.
- Increase their own religious literacy and assist in developing and implementing opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to do so as well.
- Develop programming, marketing, organizational, interfaith leadership, and interpersonal skills.
Internship tasks and projects may include, but are not limited to:
- Assist with the effective functioning of the Interfaith Center, helping create an informative and inviting space for all visitors.
- Represent the Interfaith Center in outreach efforts (e.g., tabling, flyering, presentations) to engage students, staff, and faculty with the Interfaith Center and its programs and services.
- Assist with social media, identifying and creating resources, and producing marketing and educational materials.
- Support general programming and professional development opportunities for students, staff, and faculty.
The intern will work an average of 10 hours per week during the fall. This is a for-credit internship (3 credits is the typical load). The student intern registers for AS 190, an online course offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, which is how credit is given for student internships.
Applicants should be a Religion major or minor. Students interested in this position should submit an application by email to Professor Anne Clark, Chair of the religion department. Include a statement about what interests you about this internship and what you think you would bring to it. Include your name, year, and a CV or resume.