ASUO Men’s Center

ASUO Men’s Center offers one or two internships per academic year. Intern(s) would work with the director of the Men’s Center, five to ten hours per week (depending on requirements for degree completion connected to internship).

Interns will assist with program implementation, team- and student-training curriculum, social identity development strategies, and utilizing both classroom and on-site knowledge. We offer flexibility and tailor internships to align with professional and personal goals of the intern(s).

Recruitment period: ongoing with a preferred start date of September 24, 2018.

Contact: Brett Moody, director of ASUO Men’s Center


Dreamer Support

The Dreamer Ally intern would work two to five hours per week during fall, winter, and spring terms, assisting with the planning and coordination of Dreamer Ally trainings.

Recruitment period: ongoing with a flexible start date of late September 2018.

Summer term 2018: Intern would work two to five hours per week, planning for the upcoming academic year and assisting with outreach during IntroDUCKtion student orientation sessions.

Recruitment period: ongoing with a flexible start date of late June 2018.

Contact: Justine Carpenter, director of Multicultural and Identity-Based Support Services


LGBT Education and Support Services

The LGBT internship includes working five to ten hours per week. Intern would be responsible for programing and volunteer coordination, understanding LGBTQIA identities and inclusion, public speaking, and assisting with Gay Straight Alliance Visit Day.

Internship outcomes include:

  • Creating and implementing educational programming related to diversity and social justice issues
  • Collaborating with campus partners to implement supportive and educational workshops for high school students
  • Directing and managing volunteers in event planning

Recruitment period: ongoing with a preferred start date of November 5, 2018.

Contact: Haley Wilson, coordinator, LGBT Education and Support Services


Multicultural Education, Engagement, and Student Success

There are two opportunities to intern within the Office of Multicultural Education, Engagement, and Student Success.

Summer term 2018: Interns would work five to ten hours per week, working during IntroDUCKtion orientation sessions and assisting with and planning Weaving New Beginnings (fall welcome event).

Recruitment period for summer internship: ongoing with a preferred start date of June 25, 2018.

Fall term 2018: Interns would work five to ten hours per week, assisting and planning the MLK Week of Events (which occurs during winter term).

Recruitment period for fall term internship: ongoing with a preferred start date of September 24, 2018.

Contact: DJ Kelly-Quattrocchi, coordinator, Multicultural Education, Engagement, and Student Success


Nontraditional and Veteran Students

Explore how to support veteran and nontraditional students on the UO campus. Student will engage in research, assessment, evaluation, promotion through social media, event planning, and diversity and cultural awareness.  

Recruitment period for summer internship: ongoing with a preferred start date of June 25, 2018.

Recruitment period for fall term internship: ongoing with a preferred start date of September 24, 2018.

Contact: Maria Kalnbach, coordinator, Nontraditional and Veteran Student Engagement and Success


Prevention Services

Prevention services is dedicated to reducing harm and promoting healthy behaviors, specifically related to sexual violence and substance misuse and abuse. Our efforts are informed by research and evidence-based practices to create and sustain positive behavior change in culturally-adaptive and innovative ways.

If you are interested in an internship related to experiential education, sexual violence prevention, or substance abuse prevention, please contact prevention@uoregon.edu and specify your research or program-related interest.