Intern

The UFMC interns play a critical role in developing and maintaining our programs and services. Interns learn job-related skills and the importance of working in a team environment. Currently, for Fall 2020, the UFMC only has Federal Work-Study positions available.

UF staff Spring 2018

General Responsibilities:

All student employees share the following general responsibilities that include but are not limited to*:

  • Time commitment: a minimum of 8 hours per week
  • Team-oriented: attend bi-weekly staff meetings and trainings focused on both skill development and building knowledge around justice, inclusion and equity issues
  • Accountability: Attend one-on-one meetings/check-ins with supervisor

  • Consciousness-raising: thinking critically about social justice issues and exploring how our individual lenses shape our understanding of those issues. Utilizing our knowledge to create social change

  • Partnerships/collaboration: learning about the needs of various populations and what efforts/initiatives are already occurring on campus that we can support/enhance with our work

  • Programming: ensuring interactive events engage participants in dialogue around identity specific and intersecting identities

  • Assessment: ensuring programs and services are working/meeting a need.  Identifying what types of tools we need to measure success

*Duties to be adjusted depending on health and operating protocols for Fall 2020

To be considered, fill out the online application. A UFMC pro staff team member will review applications as submitted. 

Intern Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of one's own identity, culture, and heritage and seek to learn more about others.
  • Identify biases and prejudices that impact our community.
  • Identify characteristics of leadership and define their own leadership philosophy and style.
  • Explore and engage in inquiry into the problems, challenges, and possibilities in a multicultural society including systems that maintain power and privilege.
  • Apply the skills developed and realize the opportunities to serve organizations within their community.