UW Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Graduate Intern

UW Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
University of Washington

The Kelly ECC has a wealth of resources and opportunities available to students including student advising, organizational development, personal growth, and referrals to different departments and programs.

The Center represents a “home away from home” to many of our ECC students. The Center has been a place where students can find familiar faces similar to themselves, staff that care about their academic and personal well-being, and where students can meet, interact, hang out, and build community. Kelly ECC is also a place where you can learn leadership development skills, share and understand different cultural perspectives, and become future leaders of tomorrow.

Possible project areas include:

Leadership without Borders - research and program support development for DACA eligible tudents

Finance and Budgeting

Program Development - Working with one of the ECC programs developing and implementing student support services. Past program development opportunities have included:

- Diversity Advocacy Intern Program

- Mentoring Program for Black Male College Students

Primary Area(s): 

working with populations such as undocumented students , fraternity/sorority groups, and communities historically underserved in higher education.

Secondary Area(s): 

Range depending on interests. For example: program administration, support services, finance

Quarters Available: 
Autumn
Winter
Spring

Featured Stories

Sheila Edwards Lange
Sheila Edwards Lange (PhD '06) is working to create education and career opportunities for underserved communities in Seattle.
Joe Lott
Professor Joe Lott will give a public talk on “Invisible Men: Black and Brown Males in the Academy” on April 7.