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WOU Community Internship Program (WOU CiP)- Students


The WOU CiP connects students with on-campus and local employers for the common good of tomorrow's workforce. By developing partnerships with local employers, WOU students are able to gain invaluable internship experiences that facilitate professional development and integration of classroom knowledge.


Diverse Opportunities: Take a path to career success!


WOU CiP internships are created with students and employers in mind. We know that internships require a lot of hard work, time, and effort, so we make sure to take out the guesswork in engaging and managing an internship. Whether you are a student or employer, your experience is sure to be positive!


Internships are offered in the following areas:


Teaching Assistant Pollitical Science
Garden Coordinator Campus Garden (Communication)
Undergraduate Chemistry Teaching Intersnship Chemistry
Traditional Chinese Medicine Internship Chemistry
Classification Project Intern Human Resources
Biology Education Biology
Internship in Art Collection Archiving and Management Art
Web Designer/Website Developer Office of Disability Services
Street Tree Inventory Student research Coordinator Biology
Music Engraver Music
Library Promotion and Outreach Assistant Library and Media Services
Communication Studies Department Assistant Communication Studies
Geology Research Assistant Earth and Physical Science



Why should I participate in an internship?

Internships allow students to gain the necessary professional skills that allow you to integrate academic knowledge with real world application. Not only do internships provide you with experience to add to your resume, they also allow to gain a competitive edge in the job market. Employers typically favor recent college graduates that posses internship experience over those that do not. It is also common for employers to hire high performing and hard working interns because they are more familiar with your work.


Additionally, internships allow you to practice and develop skills sets that are aligned with your academic and professional goals. This gives you a chance to "try" a career path to better understand which career is right for you.

Benefits of completing an internship through WOU CiP:

The WOU CiP helps connect you with internships that are meaningful for you career and life goals.

WOU CiP is managed in collaboration with employers and SLCD professional staff. This means you will be provided with ongoing support and guidance from internship start to finish, and any time thereafter. Support includes, but is not limited to:

  • Resume, cover letter, and interview skill building
  • Career Counseling to facilitate
    • personal and professional goal development
    • integration of skills and knowledge gained to translate experience into real world job readiness
    • and much, much more!

How do I Apply ?

  1. Visit WOLFLINK and search for WOU CiP for a list of available internships
  2. Download and complete the WOU CiP Application
  3. Complete your resume, cover letter, and WOU CiP application and drop off at the SLCD (WUC119)
  4. Please sign up for a required orientation at the SLCD.

If you have questions or need assistance with this process, please contact our Director, Adry Clark





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