Through the support of donors, the Catt Center offers paid internships to undergraduate students. Most internships are arranged for the academic year, though sometimes arrangements can be made for the summer. Internships are open to female and male students.
Undergraduate student internships are awarded based on the needs of the center in any given year. Interns work on special projects, events or research sponsored by the Catt Center. Applications can be completed at any time; positions are typically filled in late spring for the following academic year.
The following Carrie Chapman Catt Center undergraduate student internships are offered each year. The center also hires graduate student assistants from time to time, based on teaching and research needs. Please email the Catt Center with any questions.
The Leadership Studies Program, coordinated by the Catt Center, also has internships available to undergraduate students. In addition, the program partners with several learning communities to hire peer mentors for LD ST 270, Campus Leadership Development. Please see the position descriptions below for information on whom to contact with any questions or to submit an application.
- Leadership Studies Program Orientation internship (PDF)
- Leadership Studies Program Publicity internship (PDF)
- Peer mentors for LISU and EXCEL learning communities - Application deadline: Feb. 1 at 11:59 p.m.
- Peer mentor for WiSE - Application deadline: Feb. 1 at 11:59 p.m.