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Under the supervision of the Director of Internship Services and the Dean of the College/School, manages the day-to-day functions of the internship program for the College of Technology and Computing. Collaborates with employers to initiate and develop internships that will accommodate the needs of students, academic programs, university internship requirements and employers. Markets Internship opportunities and the internship program to students, faculty and administration within the college. Counsels individually with students to assess needs and provide assistance in preparing for and locating internship opportunities. Assists students in registering for an internship to obtain college credit. Coordinates the selection of faculty mentor(s) and assists in overseeing and training faculty on the Canvas Internship Course, and other required university policies as directed by the Internship Services Director. Provides a clear and organized structure for students within the college to complete internship requirements and obtain credit. Tracks internship performance data, participates in strategic planning and reports regularly to the Director of Internship Services and the Dean of the College.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a bachelor’s degree in directly related field of study or a combination of education and experience totaling four years.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a bachelor’s degree plus two years of related experience.
Current social economic and employment conditions, trends and job placement methods
Employment laws and university regulations affecting internships
Basic marketing principles, including creating and facilitating campaigns
Effective use of social media for both marketing and employer relations
Knowledge of job search, counseling and career planning
Skilled with computer software (Microsoft Office) and other office software as applied to management of student records, report preparation and related activities. Skill in other multimedia software such as Canvas and Adobe Suite a plus.
Excellent writing and composition skills
Well-developed interpersonal communication, problem-solving, decision-making and prioritization skills
Creative, innovative and detail oriented
Ability to work with individuals from multiple authority levels and diverse backgrounds
Ability to manage several diverse projects simultaneously meeting deadlines
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to be self-directed and to complete tasks without supervision
Ability to build professional relationships with current and potential employers
Ability to assist student in developing internship plans
Three positions available: College of Technology and Computing, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Science and Health.
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