STUDENT INTAKE INTERNSHIP
Educational Opportunity Program
*This page lists the EOP Intake Internship. For the Intake Staff application, please refer to the next tab above.
Student Intake Internship:
The internship is designed to provide students an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills by representing the Educational Opportunity Program office (EOP) in a professional manner while maintaining that ever-important personal approach. It is through this position that students, faculty and staff form their first impression of EOP. As the first point of contact, interns play a vital role in the way others view the unit. By working closely with professionally trained counselors, Center for Educational Equity (CE3) programs, and Peer Academic Counselors (PAC), intake will take part of enhancing student’s academic performance and facilitating their adjustment to Berkeley.
Interns should possess personal qualities that abide EOP’s mission of providing non-traditional and culturally diverse students with programs and services that encourages them to excel towards graduation. These qualities include professionalism, flexibility to perform in a fast-paced work environment, strong communication skills, and respect towards diverse populations.
In addition, interns have first hand access to professional Academic Counselors, high level of expertise in available resources, and develop a clear understanding of the need for quality and professional counseling services for low-income, first generation, underrepresented, or undocumented college students.
If selected, applicants should be available for a 30 minute interview between May 1st-May 5th, 2017, from 9am-5:00 pm. For any questions regarding the application process, feel free to refer them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students accepted into the internship may also qualify for academic units. Course Control Number will be available for students who successfully complete the application and interview process. Intake Interns are required to commit a minimum of 6 hours per week and are eligible for 0, 1, or 2 units on a Pass/No Pass basis*. All currently enrolled students at UC Berkeley who meet the qualifications are eligible to apply.
• Minimum 6 hours/week for 0, 1, or 2 units
• Manage student drop-in appointments
• Schedule appointments for Academic Counselors
• Report daily to Student Office Manager
• Provide inclusive and equitable services to students
• Perform data entry and special projects
Training & Curriculum:
This internship will include a weekly 1 hour seminar in which interns will have the opportunity to build on leadership skills, hone their professional toolkits, and develop community with our amazing EOP family!
These seminars will also help interns gain critical insight on the need for advising and counseling to underserved and underresourced student communities through readings and discussions. Syllabus and readings will be provided in the first seminar.
• Five-page double space self-evaluation paper due at the end of the internship
• Pass Intern final performance evaluation
• 2.5 GPA or above preferred
• Available to work between the hours M-F 9am-5:00pm
• Ability to work well with diverse populations and provide a friendly student experience