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Applications being accepted for University's Administrative Internship Program

Classified employees seeking to enhance their careers are invited to apply to the Administrative Internship Program, which places successful candidates in six-month internships with senior University administrators. The application deadline is June 16.

Interns choose their placement, and receive the same salary and benefits during the program that they receive in their regular posts, and return to their departments at the conclusion of the internship. The experience is intended to offer interns enhanced knowledge and skills, experience in a senior administrative environment, greater visibility and expanded career options.

In the current academic year, Iva Morris, office manager for Intramural/Recreational Sports, is working with the Virginia 2020 Planning Commission on Public Service, while biology department greenhouse manager Linda Hosticka is working in the Office of the Vice President for Research and Public Service. Hosticka has "gained a widened perspective on how things are done at the University," she said. "I've learned about different offices and how they function. It's allowed me to test skills and abilities I never got to use."

The most competitive applicants have been classified staff members from grades six through 11 and health care professionals. Applicants are judged on their accomplishments and their potential for making successful contributions through the internship experience. First consideration is given to employees who have bachelor's degrees or equivalent work experience, and who have been University employees for at least three years.

To apply, send a cover letter (no more than two pages), resumé, and three letters of recommendation (under separate cover) to: Administrative Internship Program, Organizational Development & Training, Suite B, 2400 Old Ivy Road, Box 400903.

For information visit the Web site at or contact the program coordinator via e-mail at


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