The Public Service Consulting Corps provides a select group of students the opportunity to take part in a unique academic year-long internship experience at a non-profit. By participating in the program, students will receive a $1000 scholarship each semester and will have the opportunity to develop and enhance their professional development skills, as well as expand their professional network.
As part of the Corps, students will receive support from an on-site supervisor, and they will also meet with an Office for Community Engagement Advisor on campus on a bi-weekly basis. Additionally, all Corps members will come together on the last Wednesday of every month from 6:30pm to 7:30pm to network, share their experiences, and reflect on their learning.
To become a member of the Corps, students must apply, interview, and be selected by an internship host site. All selected students will then be required to attend an internship kick-off/on-campus training session.
Corps Member Requirements:
- During the fall and spring semesters, interns should expect to work 10-15 hours per week.
° With site supervisor permission, some hours may occur off-site.
- Interns will be expected to complete one program on-campus in the fall and two programs on-campus in the spring that raise awareness about their internship site or site’s area of focus.
° Programs/projects can include organizing student volunteers from campus to participate in an agency event.
- Interns must attend monthly Corps meetings. In the fall, the meetings will be held Oct. 25 and Nov. 29 from 6:30-7:30pm.
- Interns will meet bi-weekly with their assigned OCE advisor.
- Interns and supervisors will complete an end of semester and end of year evaluation.
For full job descriptions email Brittany Tedeschi