Center for Leadership Interns

The Center for Leadership Interns are responsible for coordinating all programs and services offered in the Center for Leadership. Students commit to a year term transitioning in February and serving in the Spring semester and then the Fall semester .These programs and services are divided into distinct internship positions including: Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellows, Marketing & Communication, Organization Development, Community Programming, Campus Engagement, and Inclusive Excellence. Each intern has individual responsibilities but CFL Interns have common goals to work collaboratively and provide leadership development opportunities for all Elon students.

As a Center for Leadership Intern, students grow personally and professionally. We are looking for students to further develop their individualized leadership style by working with the CFL professional staff.

Applications

Applications are now available – click here to apply. CFL professional staff will be begin reviewing internship applications on Friday, February 8, 2019.

Internship interviews will take place February 11-15, 2019.

Internships benefits include:

  • Professional Leadership Development Opportunities
  • Mentorship from CFL Professional Staff
  • Career Readiness Skills
  • Teamwork Experience
  • Innovative Ideation
  • Monthly Stipend
  • ELR Credit(s) – Leadership and Internship Credit available

Internship Qualifications & Expectations

  • Effective communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Time management, organization, and interpersonal skills
  • Commit one full calendar year (Spring ’19 and Fall ’19)
  • Dedicate 10 hours per week to the Center for Leadership
  • Good academic and judicial standing
  • Participate in monthly Professional Development meetings
  • Meet with the Center for Leadership Team, which includes CFL Interns, CFL Office Assistants, and CFL professional staff
  • Schedule collaborative meetings between interns and professional staff as needed to work on programs and initiatives
  • Engage in a leadership development experience that will¬† increase ones’ self efficacy, the desire and ability to work collaboratively, and to put ideas into action for positive change
  • Interns are expected to consider this their primary leadership role on campus and take that into account as a scheduling priority
  • Facilitate CFL leadership development programs and opportunities the Elon community
  • Be present for all major CFL events
  • Represent the CFL at University events

Questions?

Have questions about the CFL Intern positions? Please contact lead@elon.edu or stop by the Center for Leadership Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. The CFL is located next to the Global Neighborhood sand volleyball court.

Applications

Applications are now available – click here to apply. CFL professional staff will be begin reviewing internship applications on Friday, February 8, 2019.

Internship interviews will take place February 11-15, 2019.