You are here

Internships

**Internship applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and do not need to be submitted by December 5th.  All internship positions will be filled as soon as qualified candidates are found.  The availability of individual internships is indicated next to their titles.**

 

Internship Requirements

Individuals interested in pursuing an internship at the Women's Resource Center must be currently enrolled University students seeking credit hours for the internship.  Students are expected to work with the individual coordinating internships in the College from which they are seeking credit to ensure that they are able to get credit for completing a Women's Resource Center Internships.  If you are unsure of who your coordinator is, ask your academic advisor.  Interns are expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week on a set schedule between the hours of 8 am to 5pm Monday - Friday unless arrangements are made with the Women's Resource Center Program Coordinator.  With the exception of the Elect Her Student Liaison, internships are for one semester.  All internships are unpaid.  

Basic Skills/Qualifications:

Ideal candidates for all internships will demonstrate the following:

  • Currently enrolled Texas A&M University student.
  • Student must be seeking academic credit for the internship.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills, as well as ability to deliver quality customer service (online or in person).
  • Have a professional attitude and friendly, positive approach
  • Be a problem-solver and self-starter who enjoys working in a team-oriented environment
  • Demonstrate an interest in the Center’s overall mission and goals.


Book Club Coordinator Internship (Filled Spring 2017)

The Book Club Intern will be supervised by the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Program Coordinator or Graduate Assistant and will work in collaboration with all WRC staff.  This position will develop the WRC Book Club Program.  WRC Book Club groups shall be led by Texas A&M University Faculty and Staff and coordinated by the Book Club Intern.  

Intern Duties:

  • Research best practices for managing a book club.
  • Develop policies for the WRC Book Club.
  • Coordinate Book Club logistics including, but not limited to:
    • Recruitment of Book Club group leaders and participants
    • Work with Book Club leaders to determine reading list
    • Booking space for Book Club Meetings
    • Marketing Book Club
    • Contribute content to the WRC newsletter which is published twice a semester. 
    • Other duties as assigned.

Book Club Internship Specific Qualifications:

  • Strong communication and organizational skills

  


Elect Her Student Liaison Internship


The Elect Her Student Liaison will be supervised by the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Program Coordinator and will work in collaboration with all WRC staff.  This position will be responsible for assisting with the coordination of the Elect Her: Aggie Women Win Workshop.  This is an academic year-long internship.  During the fall semester, the Elect Her Student Liaison will work with the Elect Her Committee to plan the workshop which is held in late January or early February.  After the workshop is complete, the Elect Her Student Liaison will be responsible for designing the following year’s Elect Her marketing campaign.

Intern Duties:

  • Research and schedule speakers including members of the Texas State House of Representatives, Campaign Managers, and Student Government Association leaders.
  • Research and communicate with caterers.
  • Assist with designing and providing content for the Elect Her: Aggie Women Win webpage.
  • Attend Elect Her Committee meetings.
  • Design marketing campaign.
  • Work with marketing firm to design Elect Her marketing video.
  • Design Elect Her 4 year assessment
  • Develop provide content for the WRC newsletter which is published monthly. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Elect Her Student Liaison Specific Qualifications:

  • Strong communication and organizational skills



Graphic Design Internship

The Graphic Design Intern will be supervised by the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Program Coordinator and will work in collaboration with all WRC staff.  This position will provide support to all WRC programs and events through the development of digital and print advertisements.

Intern Duties:

  • Work with other WRC staff to develop digital and print advertisements for WRC programs and events. 
  • Develop digital content for WRC social media platforms and the WRC website.
  • Update WRC brochure as needed.
  • Develop WRC program calendar for the fall and spring semesters.
  • Develop graphic content for the WRC newsletter which is published monthly. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Graphic Design Internship Specific Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in the Adobe Creative Suite, with emphasis in Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
  • Photography skills preferred, but not required, including experience with a DSLR camera.

 


Marketing & Communications Internship


The Marketing & Communications Intern will be supervised by the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Program Coordinator and will work in collaboration with all WRC staff.  This position will provide support to all WRC programs and events through program marketing plan coordination, social media content support, and coordination of the WRC newsletter.

Intern Duties:

  • Work with other WRC staff to determine social media marketing timelines for WRC programs and events, and execute timelines on social media. 
  • Curate all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and SnapChat) to maintain active and engaging interactions with the University community. 
  • Research events and organizations which are relevant to women and promote those events and organizations on the WRC social media platforms. 
  • Develop content for the WRC newsletter which is published monthly. 
  • Manage distribution of the WRC newsletter.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Marketing & Communications Internship Specific Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and scheduling services such as Hootsuite.
  • Photography skills preferred, but not required, including experience with a DSLR camera.

Pregnant & Parenting Iniatives Internship (Filled Spring 2017)


The Pregnant & Parenting Initiatives Intern will be supervised by the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Program Coordinator and will work in collaboration with all WRC staff.  This position will be responsible for locating resources available to pregnant and parenting students on the Texas A&M Campus and surrounding community and disseminating information about these resources. 

Intern Duties:

  • Research resources available to pregnant and parenting students at Texas A&M University and in the surrounding community.
  • Designing and providing content for webpages related to pregnant and parenting resources and programs.
  • Assisting with the creation of a brochure for pregnant and parenting students.
  • Redevelopment of the Little Aggie, a resource guide for parenting students. 
  • Develop provide content for the WRC newsletter which is published monthly. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Pregnant & Parenting Initiatives Internship Specific Qualifications:

  • Strong communication and organizational skills

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Complete the application at the link below.  A staff member of the Women's Resource Center will contact applicants within 5 working days of submission.  

Internship Application