The LCSL-Alternative Breaks Internship Program is designed to be a “higher order” undergraduate student experience. Interns will come into the internship at a developmental level ready to take on complex assignments/roles that require a deeper understanding of program design, curriculum development, peer education, learning outcomes, and the program and office vision. The internship is a structured experience guided by on-going mentorship, supervision, and feedback focused on the student’s learning through knowledge acquisition and experience.
AB Interns are paid positions that are vital to the success of the Alternative Breaks Program. Serving as an AB Intern is a year-long commitment and requires a significant amount of dedication in time and energy. AB Interns will be expected to work an average of 10 hours per week. Interns will gain numerous benefits and significant experience, developing their leadership capacity for future roles.
Interns must have previously served as an AB Experience Leader. Four internship positions are available. For a detailed list of intern responsibilities and qualifications, please review the Intern Position Description.
Applications for 2017-18 AB Interns have closed.