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Organizational Change Management Intern

Note:  This position is a temporary, limited term assignment. 


Internship: This position is a paid, full-time, limited term assignment that offers interns the opportunity to gain substantive hands on experience. Interns enjoy the opportunity to get training and mentoring from experienced professionals in one or more areas. Interns may also be eligible to continue working part-time through the fall and spring semesters, depending on department and agency needs.

The Organizational Change Management (OCM) intern will assist with organizational change work. Work involves coordinating meetings, preparing newsletter articles, job aids, content for web site, and assisting with special projects related to OCM. The incumbent will proactively work with the OCM team, OE staff, Intern Cohort, and agency employees.


This position will start on June 5th and will end on August 9th of 2024.
Salary will be dependent upon education level:
Undergraduate (Senior) - $19.50/hour
Graduate Student - $21.00/hour



Organizational Change Management (OCM)
• Compiles and prepares articles for the Chalkboard newsletter.
• Support the development of clear and effective communication
• Coordinates and participates in OCM sponsored activities.
• Creates items for the manager's toolkit and OCM Connect.
• Assists with and coordinates the facilitation of OCM sponsored training.
• Prepares, drafts, and finalizes infographics for OCM and training related processes.
• Works with L&D team to design, develop, update, and implement training and presentation materials.
• Assist in collecting and analyzing data to assess the effectiveness of change management strategies
• Assists with scheduling classes, preparing class rosters, and reserving rooms and audiovisual equipment for OCM-taught classes.
• Assists with the planning, preparation, and support of OCM sponsored activities.
• Assists with maintaining records of training/instructional activities and evaluating the effectiveness of courses/programs.
• May assist with researching, compiling, and analyzing data; entering data into spreadsheets, databases, and other automated
applications; and preparing complex queries and reports.
Organizational Excellence (OE) Support
• Coordinates and participates in OE/OCM sponsored activities.
• Attends appropriate committee meetings and workgroups requiring OE participation.
• May provide general office administrative support, including, but not limited to: preparing, copying, and faxing correspondence and other documents; greeting and routing visitors and telephone callers; and sorting and distributing incoming and outgoing mail.
• Provides back-up support to department staff and quality service to department customers.
• Performs various administrative support and/or technical functions in support of agency operations.

• Performs related work as assigned.



Required Education
• Currently enrolled in and actively attending an accredited college or university as an undergraduate student with a declared major in organizational psychology, organizational development, training, communications, or closely related field AND within 12 months of graduation; OR
• Enrolled as a graduate student (Master or Doctoral) in organizational development, training, communications, or closely related field AND within 12 months of graduation.
• Applicant will be required to submit a copy of official college transcript.
Required Experience
• None. 
Required Registration, Certification, Licensure
• None. 
Preferred Qualifications
• Completion of at least 60 semester hours, including coursework related to the specific program area of the internship assignment.
• Experience using Microsoft Office software.
• Experience using Adobe Creative Cloud or Canva.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of:
• General office and business practices and procedures.
• Customer service best practices.
Skills in:
• Planning, organizing and executing meetings and events.
• Using a personal computer and various software programs to include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
• Effectively communicating to a diverse population.
• Critical thinking to identify problems, evaluate alternatives, and recommend effective solutions.
• Listening actively and demonstrating empathy.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office and collaboration tools
Ability to:
• Work with diverse groups of employees and ensure employee engagement.
• Plan, organize, and manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
• Establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with co-workers, agency staff and management, other organizations, and other external contacts.
• Be highly flexible and work effectively in a professional team environment.

Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Codes:
Veterans, Reservists or Guardsmen with experience in the Military Occupational Specialty ( ) along with the minimum qualifications listed above may meet the minimum requirements and are highly encouraged to apply. Please contact Talent Acquisition at  with questions or for additional information.

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