Faculty and instruction staff incorporating community-based learning into their coursework may request an undergraduate Community-based Learning Intern to assist them in the planning and implementation of their course for up to five hours a week.
Interns are assigned for at least one semester to, among other things, establish community placements, lead reflection exercises and maintain ongoing communication between the community organizations and the students or instructor. See guide for more details
Criteria for Requesting a Community-based Learning Intern
The engagement plan must meet all criteria and the course must be approved and designated as a Community-based Learning course in the Course Guide.
Request an Intern
Contact Haley Madden, Community-Engaged Scholarship Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Community-based Learning Intern.