Office of Equity and Title IX Seeking Interns

by | Nov 3, 2020 | News, page 2

The university’s Office of Equity and Title IX has opened applications for students interested in interning. Undergraduates can receive up to four credits per semester via Independent Study while graduate students can satisfy practicum hours. All successful applicants will gain the satisfaction of combating harassment and discrimination and contributing towards equality.

Interns will design educational events regarding the office’s policies and gain public presentation skills. Beginning this summer and continuing into next year, there will be paid positions available.

The application for the internship will close at 5:00 pm on Friday. More information about the Office of Equity and Title IX can be found here.

<a href="" target="_self">Trueman Andrews-Gibson</a>

Trueman Andrews-Gibson

Trueman is the current Editor-in-Chief, set to graduate this spring with degrees in Philosophy and Political Science. He previously served as News Section Editor. Following graduation, he plans to attend law school.