UW Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Graduate Intern

UW Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
University of Washington

The Kelly ECC has a wealth of resources and opportunities available to students including student advising, organizational development, personal growth, and referrals to different departments and programs.

The Center represents a “home away from home” to many of our ECC students. The Center has been a place where students can find familiar faces similar to themselves, staff that care about their academic and personal well-being, and where students can meet, interact, hang out, and build community. Kelly ECC is also a place where you can learn leadership development skills, share and understand different cultural perspectives, and become future leaders of tomorrow.

Internship Project Ideas: 
<p>Possible project areas include:<br /> <br /> Leadership without Borders - research and program support development for DACA eligible tudents<br /> <br /> Finance and Budgeting<br /> <br /> Program Development - Working with one of the ECC programs developing and implementing student support services. Past program development opportunities have included:<br /> <br /> - Diversity Advocacy Intern Program<br /> <br /> - Mentoring Program for Black Male College Students</p>
Primary Area(s): 
working with populations such as undocumented students , fraternity/sorority groups, and communities historically underserved in higher education.
Secondary Area(s): 
Range depending on interests. For example: program administration, support services, finance
Quarters Available: 

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