Intern UCO positions are Student Transformative Learning Record (STLR) funded projects through which students apply academic knowledge gained in their courses to a supervised work situation. STLR expands students' perspectives of their relationships with self, others, community, and environment to develop employability, communication, and citizenship skills for success after graduation. STLR documents 5 of the Central 6 tenets for students to showcase to employers, graduate schools, scholarship committees, and others. These tenets are: Global & Cultural Competencies; Health & Wellness; Leadership; Research, Creative & Scholarly Activities; and Service Learning & Civic Engagement. The combination of work experience and academics together strengthens the knowledge base, sharpens these skill sets, and enables the development of real workplace competencies. The internship is for the Fall and Spring semester and includes professional development meetings through Career Services. This position performs entry level professional duties of moderate difficulty which provides the opportunity for professional development and is responsible for complex project based tasks and industry specific work. This position is for 10 hours per week for the school year. STLR projects, including Intern UCO, require students to: -Meet regularly with the project supervisor and incorporate their feedback. -Meet deadlines, take initiative, and possibly interact with project colleagues. -Represent UCO in a positive and professional manner. -Develop reflective artifact(s) to submit to the project supervisor by the end of the project in a D2L Dropbox for supervisor review. -Push the artifact(s) to the student's STLR ePortfolio in D2L. -Articulate a knowledge of UCO's Central Six, STLR, and the concept of Transformative Learning (TL).
CALL Interns will lead fitness classes for older adults. These classes include weight lifting, balance training, and general, fitness classes. Each semester, new classes will be added to our existing schedule, so interns will be called upon to design new classes based on the needs and interest of our members. Interns will also develop educational programming for CALL members such as sessions on nutrition or improving sleep. Interns will coordinate fitness testing for CALL members at least one time per semester. Interns will also assist with marketing efforts and program evaluation.
Undergraduate student with a sophomore, junior, or senior classification. Enrollment in at least 6 credit hours (12 for international students). If the number of credit hours needed to graduate is less than the minimum hours required to work, the student must obtain a degree check from his/her advisor stating the number of hours needed to graduate; employment will be considered on this basis. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Attendance at monthly professional development sessions is required. Dates TBA.
Current CPR/First Aid Certification Required
Declared major in the Department of Kinesiology & Health Studies
Repetitive movement of hands and fingers – typing and/or writing. Frequent standing, and/or sitting. Occasional walking, stooping, kneeling or crouching. Reach with hands and arms.
Visually identify, observe and assess. Ability to communicate with supervisor/students/colleagues. Regular physical attendance required.
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.