Student Affairs Graduate Intern Opportunities

 The Student Affairs Graduate Internship positions prepare students for a wide range of career opportunities in student services at the postsecondary level. This program provides students with the opportunity to develop first-hand knowledge of student affairs professions and gain hands on experience in many areas with the Division of Student Affairs.   This experiential learning opportunity provides graduate students the environment to grow both personally and professionally. Working with experienced student affairs administrators, the interns will work to improve the quality of campus life, foster a safe, healthy and respectful environment, support academic achievement and success, and promote leadership and civic engagement. 

Through the Student Affairs Graduate Intern program, students will have the opportunity for professional experience, self-reflective projects, and professional development.  In addition, graduate interns will develop high-level of critical thinking, analysis, organization, and problem solving skills. Lastly, graduate interns will make positive contributions as student affairs practitioners, acquire an understanding of the complexities of higher education, and integrate research and theory of higher education into practice of student affairs work.

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Available Positions for 2015-2016 

The Student Affairs Graduate Intern process is coordinated through the Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students.  To apply for one of the positions please send Resume, Graduate Intern Position Interest Form, letter of interest and references listing three professional references with contact information to the following address:

Office of the Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students
Southern Connecticut State University
EN A106
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515 

Electronic submission of materials is encouraged and can be forwarded to morcaldik1@southernct.edu or fax to 203-392-5705.  

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