Administrative Intern (Student Conduct & Academic Integrity Office)
The Division of Student Affairs Internship Program
The Division of Student Affairs Internship Program allows students to spend a summer handling a special project for the university designed to prepare them for life after graduation. Interns will work 19 hours per week for 10-weeks. These part-time internship positions offer a competitive compensation package that includes an hourly wage and housing assistance. Undergraduate students are eligible to apply. The internship runs from June 1, 2020 to August 7, 2020. The application is due February 16, 2020.
Although internships range in subject matter and skill set, each position is designed to prepare all students for life after graduation. For this reason, each intern will submit various assessments relating to their development in the areas listed in the “What You’ll Learn” section below. These skills, otherwise referred to as the NACE career competencies, have been identified by higher education and corporate recruiting leaders as critical to a student’s career preparation.
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*Undergraduate students must be enrolled in the Spring 2020 semester to be eligible.
Responsible for the investigation and adjudication of student, and student organization, conduct cases with a focus on students' ethical development.
Intern will work with Student Conduct Case Manager to mine, organize, and transferring data between old and new student conduct databases. This position and project will further the mission of our office to provide efficient case resolution and management to the students, faculty and staff at the university by assisting with data management and organization. The intern will contribute to the unit’s efforts to ensure that our data, as it relates to conduct case management, will be more accessible during the processing of student conduct cases. This will help to ensure the efficient and timely resolution of student conduct cases.
Part of the mission of our office is to provide students with the opportunity to contribute to the student conduct process and goals of our office. We often find that having the student’s fresh perspective can be eye-opening to our staff and the lens through which we see our work, devise our processes, and engage with the students we serve. The intern will also be able to provide a consistent, dedicated
Melissa Wommack, Student Conduct Specialist
Things You’ll Do
- Generate reports and transfer data from in-house database to current, online database
- The intern will have the opportunity to work with other portfolios within Student Conduct and Academic Integrity to complete identified administrative projects
- Participate in all required Division of Student Affairs Internship Program cohort activities and assessments
What You’ll Learn
Success in the workplace is often dependent upon professional experience in an office setting, which this position will provide. The intern will also gain experience working with sensitive data and confidential information. Students will also benefit from learning to navigate professional, interpersonal relationships in an educational and developmental environment.
- Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: Exercise sound reasoning to analyze issues, make decisions, and overcome problems. The individual is able to obtain, interpret, and use knowledge, facts, and data in this process, and may demonstrate originality and inventiveness.
- Professionalism/Work Ethic: Demonstrate personal accountability and effective work habits, e.g., punctuality, working productively with others, and time workload management, and understand the impact of non-verbal communication on professional work image. The individual demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior, acts responsibly with the interests of the larger community in mind, and is able to learn from his/her mistakes.
- Teamwork/Collaboration: Build collaborative relationships with colleagues and customers representing diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions, lifestyles, and viewpoints. The individual is able to work within a team structure, and can negotiate and manage conflict.
Who You Are (Qualifications)
- Self starter and growth-mindset
- Flexible and adaptable
- Interest and enthusiasm for bettering the lives of their peers on campus