Internships

UConn Connects Internship

  • UConn Connects is seeking undergraduate students to serve as UConn Connects Peer Mentors for the spring 2023 semester. UConn Connects Peer Mentors assist students in achieving their academic and personal goals. With over 30 years of supporting students’ success, UConn Connects is the University’s largest volunteer mentoring program offered by the Academic Achievement Center (AAC). UConn Connects is an academic intervention program, designed to provide students with the skills and support needed for long-term academic success.

    UConn Connects Mentors meet with student mentees on a weekly basis to advise, guide, and support them as they navigate the university. Serving as a mentor requires attending a pre-semester training and enrollment in a 3 credit 120-hour internship course.

    For more information, please visit the Academic Achievement Center (AAC) during drop-in hours on Mondays – Thursdays 9:00 am – 7:00 pm and Fridays 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

    Storrs – Rowe Building room 217.

    Hartford – HB 202

    UConn Connects Mentor applications are available online at: https://achieve.uconn.edu/connects/peer-mentor/

    The Academic Achievement Center is part of UConn’s First Year Programs & Learning Communities department, located in ROWE Undergraduate Center in room 217.  For more information, contact Leo Lachut, Director of Academic Support, at 860-486-1664; Ada Rivera, Assistant Director of Academic Support, Hartford Campus at 959-200-3809, Joanna Rivera Davis, Assistant Director of Academic Support, at 860-486-6120; or Rachel Mongillo, Learning Services Coordinator, at 860-486-8791: Pam Fischl, Academic Achievement Center, at 860-486-9124.

     

US Representative John Larson Office Internships

The office of US Representative John Larson is offering internship opportunities to college students!

This internship will offer:

*            An hourly stipend

*            Trainings on campaign finance, communications, and voter outreach

*            Q&A’s with industry professionals

*            Resume building opportunities

*            Ability to earn course credit and volunteer hours (where applicable)

 

The role:

Congressman John Larson’s campaign is seeking interns who are eager to get involved in grassroots organizing. Interns will learn the ins and outs of voter contact, conduct research related to fundraising and political outreach, and help with campaign and Democratic party events. Interns may also help with a variety of other tasks based on their experience and preference, including graphic design, video editing, and social media.

 

About Congressman John Larson:

 

*            Raised in East Hartford

*            Product of public housing, public education, public service

*            Former Democratic Caucus Chair

*           Green New Deal and Climate Champion

*            Passed the nation’s first Family Medical Leave Act in the Connecticut Senate

*            Organized historic sit-in on the House floor in support of gun violence prevention laws

 

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Internship Information Page: https://larson.house.gov/services/internships

For more information please visit their site or contact their office.

Please note: Internship opportunities are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the posting.

Summer Job Opportunity – Intern at Freedom School Project

Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School is looking for young adults who are interested in education and would like to be in the classroom this summer. They will be hiring Servant Leader Interns at three sites this summer in Hartford’s North End neighborhood. This position is for a period of six weeks, from June 27th to August 5th. They are looking for passionate young people to work with scholars between grades K-5, those who want an experience in the education field, have a passion for working with children, and find value in giving back to their communities.

The applicant must be a distinguished college student or a recent college graduate. The position provides a total stipend of $3,630 over the course of 6 weeks.

For more information and to apply, contact Tieasha Gayle at freedomschool@cljct.org, or visit the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School website.

Disclaimer

Please note: Job and internship postings are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the job posting,

 

Arthur V. Savage Internship Opportunity

The Parks & Trails of New York staff are searching for a new intern as a part of the Arthur V. Savage program. The Arthur V. Savage Internship Program offers an opportunity for undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates to work in Albany, NY with the Parks & Trails New York (PTNY) staff to shape policies, organize grassroots constituents and provide stewardship for parks, public lands, and other outdoor recreational facilities. The program provides interns with valuable, first-hand professional experience in the environmental field.

The position will be part-time and paid $15 an hour, beginning in August or September and running through December 2022.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and references (including a former employer or supervisor of volunteer work) by June 30, 2022, to wcote@ptny.org with the subject line “ASI Internship.” 

Disclaimer

Please note: Job and internship postings are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the job posting.

 

Community Engagement & Policy Internship – Hartford City Council

The offices of Councilwoman Tiana Hercules and Councilman Josh Michtom seek to work with student interns to develop or improve policy through direct community engagement and research.

This internship will allow student interns to gain experience with public policy and community engagement. The position will combine research with community engagement by choosing a relevant policy for the student to research and present to members of the Hartford community. Each intern will be focusing on collecting and analyzing relevant information and data relating to a policy priority and finding strategic ways to engage the Hartford community into conversations about their thoughts and opinions about such policy. This specific internship would focus on translating data and results into more commonly understandable language with a more accessible presentation. Tools that will be used include infographics, social media plans, photography, video production, website management, and press outreach. Experience with these is helpful, but training is available. This position is unpaid. 

For more information and to apply for this position, visit Tiana Hercules and Josh Mitchtom’s website, email Renato.MuguerzaCalle@Hartford.gov.

Disclaimer

Please note: Internship opportunities are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the posting.

 

Graduate Student Fellowship Opportunity – Wood/Raith Living Trust

The Wood/Raith Living Trust Summer Fellowship is now accepting applications, open to graduate students only.

In an effort to support UCONN graduate students’ research efforts in gender-related activities, they invite graduate students, across all fields of study at UConn, to apply for summer research fellowships. For 2022, the Wood/Raith Living Trust will award 12 graduate fellowships at a maximum of $4,000 each. Over the past four years, they have funded 49 Wood/Raith graduate student scholars. They prioritize funding those students who don’t otherwise have summer support.

 In your application, please provide the following: 

  1. An opening 100-word paragraph that contextualizes past teaching, research, and service activities that are gender-related.
  2. Edited 2-page maximum CV, including primarily gender-related activities that pertain to teaching, research, service, and funding (both internal and external).
  3. A 325-word summary of specific gender identity research projects, including:
    1. a concise overview of the project, providing details to orient the reader to relevant research questions, argument/theory that informs the work, approach/methods used, and the work’s importance.
    2. planned accomplishments during the grant period, and
    3. a clear statement of significance to the study of gender identity outlined for the period (summer 2022).
  4.  75-word summary of the importance of the funding in accomplishing the goals, highlighting estimated research and living costs, as well as other anticipated summer support (including amount and source).

For more information and to apply, visit the Wood/Raith Living Trust website.

Interning for Credit and Co-ops through the Ctr for Career Dev.

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Co-ops and/or Interning for Credit

    UConn offers more than 70 internship courses for students looking to earn credit while participating in internships. If you are working with a student where your department does not have an internship course, or the student does not meet pre-requisites, please refer them to the Center for Career Development’s ‘Earning Credit While Interning’ page: Earn Credit For Your Internship – UConn Center for Career Development. The Career Center also offers two courses for students to consider.

     

    Co-op is an excellent opportunity for students lookng for full-time work in an industry of interest, while still enrolled at UConn. They are allowed to take up to 6 credits, though most take no classes, and still have FT Status. Co-op covers an entire semester, is for all majors, and must be paid. Co-ops pay between $12,000 and $18,000 based on the role. Learn more on the co-op page: Co-op – UConn Center for Career Development

     

    Reach out to the Center for Career Development Experiential Learning Team:

    internships@uconn.edu or careercoop@uconn.edu

UConn Connects Internship

Currently, UConn Connects is seeking undergraduate student mentors to fill their Peer Mentor positions . Please their site for application deadlines. This is a great opportunity for students who are passionate about helping others achieve academic success while developing their leadership skills.

Serving as a Connects Peer Mentor requires a pre-semester training and enrollment in a 3-credit, 120-hour internship course.

 

For more information and to apply please visit: https://achieve.uconn.edu/connects/peer-mentor/

 

Disclaimer

Please note: Job and internship postings are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the job posting

Paid Summer Internships: UConn Extension Locations Throughout CT

Intern in the field of your choice with the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources:  Nutrition, Health, Food, Research, Community Development, Youth Education, Marketing, Sustainability, Agribusiness. Locations include Litchfield, Farmington, New Haven, Middlesex County, Hartford, and more!

Deadline to apply : Visit site for this years application deadline.

For more information and to apply please visit: https://blog.extension.uconn.edu/internships/

 

 

Please note: Job and internship postings are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the job posting

Digital Humanities Associate Fellowship Opportunity

The Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education are pleased to invite applications for the Digital Humanities Associate Fellowship Program, designed for students currently enrolled in a master’s degree program or completing their undergraduate education. Applications are typically accepted in February or March. Please visit their site for additional information.

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Please note: Fellowship opportunities are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the posting.