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Deadline for Administrative Internship Program extended to Aug. 31

Deadline for Administrative Internship Program extended to Aug. 31

Are you looking for career development opportunities at the University? Want a way to strengthen your abilities and learn new skills outside of your present job? Do you wish you could have an opportunity to work on exciting projects and new initiatives, to do something challenging and different for a while?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, read on.

You can take advantage of a special opportunity to develop your work-related skills and enhance your potential for career advancement — all supported and funded by the University — through the Administrative Internship Program. The program is a career development initiative started six years ago at the request of President John T. Casteen III to give employees with outstanding leadership potential the chance to demonstrate their capabilities to senior managers and administrators.

Interns serve for a period of six months in a placement of their choosing. They receive the same salary and benefits as in their current jobs during the program and return to their departmental roles afterwards. The internship is intended to give participants enhanced knowledge and skills, experience and greater visibility in a senior administrative environment and expanded career options.

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 have been University employees for at least three years.

Requirements include a cover letter (not to exceed two pages), resumé and three letters of recommendation sent under separate cover to: Administrative Internship Program, University Career Services, Human Resources, 2400 Old Ivy Road, P.O. Box 400803, Charlottesville, VA, 22904-0803. The deadline is Aug. 31.

For information, contact program coordinator Rick Benner at 924-7918 or at e-mail address rsb7g@virginia.edu.


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