Cultural & Community Engagement provides a variety of unpaid internship opportunities
for academic credit or during short term. Student interns will work
closely with the associate dean in implementing educational workshops,
programs, and discussions relating to diversity, inclusion and other
topics of interest. Interns are encouraged to design their own experience
to match their interest and major(s).
Interns must demonstrate the following: creativity, excellent programming
skills, organization and time management skills, excellent communication
skills and a desire to make a positive difference on our campus.
In serving the varied needs of the Hollins community, Intercultural
Programs will be able to expand its services as volunteers step forward
to offer their expertise. Why not turn a few hours of your time each
month into a valuable contribution? Discuss your particular interest(s)
with the Cultural & Community Engagement associate dean and design an opportunity
that will accommodate your time schedule.