Executive Internship applications now available
The Elon University Executive Internship Program is now open to applicants interested in applying for the 6-year cohort. In addition to working with senior staff members and developing leadership skills, students have the opportunity to develop organizational management and administration skills through the lens of higher education.
The Executive Internship Program provides an opportunity for highly motivated juniors or seniors to work with university senior leadership on projects and departmental goals related to the university’s strategic plan, The Elon Commitment. Applications and additional information are now available on the Executive Internship website.
The Elon University Executive Internship Program is now open to applicants interested in applying for the 6-year cohort. In addition to working with senior staff members and developing leadership skills, students have the opportunity to develop organizational management and administration skills through the lens of higher education. Interns have the opportunity to attend customized sessions through Student Professional Development Center focusing on professionalism and networking.
Throughout the year, interns attend meetings with the Board of Trustees and the Presidential Advisory Council, as well as events such as football and basketball games and Evening for Elon. Previous students who participated in the program have gone on to work in multiple settings including private and public higher education institutions, law, politics, and Fortune 500 companies. Among many of the projects that have been completed through the program include Are You Ready, a program for incoming Elon Students and Elon Day, a campaign encouraging alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends to celebrate by wearing maroon and gold, make a gift to the university, and spread the word about Elon on social media.
To learn more about the Executive Internship Program and apply, you can visit the website at http://www.elon.edu/e-web/administration/president/executive-internship/default.xhtml.
For the 2015-16 year, the students involved with the Executive Intern Program:
- Sean Barry worked with Gerald Whittington, Senior Vice President for Business, Finance,
- David Commerford worked with Steven House, Executive Vice President and Provost
- James Fariello worked with Smith Jackson, Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students
- Oscar Miranda worked with Jean Rattigan-Rohr, Executive Director of Community Partnerships and Director of the Center for Access and Success
- Marisa Pareti worked with Brooke Barnett, Associate Provost for Inclusive Community
- Doug Spencer worked with Jim Piatt, Vice President for University Advancement
- Lindsey Tipps worked with Dan Anderson, Vice President for University Communications
We invite all questions! For more information, please attend an Interest Meeting on either Friday, March 4, 6:30-7:30 p.m. or Monday, March 7, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Lindner 106. Food and refreshments will be provided. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.