Internship Coordinator

New London, New Hampshire - Posted on: Thursday 05/15/14


Supports the operations of the internship and career development programs in the following ways:

Internship Program - 60%

- Serves as the primary Colby-Sawyer contact for host internship sites, student interns and faculty supervisors and are familiar with the policies regarding internships.

- Provides information and paperwork to students who contact the Center about internships.

- Discusses internship program with potential sites.

- Supervises in the maintenance of the internship database and hardcopy records detailing site information and student placement.

- Signs off on completed Internship Contracts.

- Coordinates with the Registrar's office to ensure that both offices have accurate information on current internships.

- Assists with the development of policies and procedures related to the internship program.

- Manages and maintains internship evaluation data for assessment and program reviews.

- Develops and updates related internship forms, paperwork and web-based information.

- Develops a formal line of communication with the academic departments to promote internship opportunities and career guidance for students.

- Develops strong visible ties with the local, state, national and international business communities to promote more internship opportunities for the students.

- Ensures NH internship sites that offer unpaid internships are in compliance with the NH Department of Labor.

Career Counseling/Programming – 40%

- Assists students in clarifying academic and career goals through individual career counseling.

- Provides overview of and administer career assessment resources.

- Assists students in using career resources on the web.

- Participates in the design and delivery of internship/career-related workshops, programs and panels.

- Helps students develop and refine resume writing, interviewing and job-search skills.

- Develops and delivers workshops and career-related programs, including new initiatives on how to best utilize technology for career discovery/job-search purposes.

- Assists with the planning and promotion of career and academic advising department to students, alumni, faculty and employers through wide-array of marketing efforts.

- Assists with the updating of existing marketing materials and/or development of new materials.

- Assists the director in developing new career resources.

- Perform other duties as assigned.



- Master's degree.

- Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.

- Attention to detail.

- Analytical skills.

- Organizational and time management skills.

- Ability to accept responsibility and work independently with little supervision using initiative and sound judgment.

- Ability to function effectively in team settings.

- Thorough knowledge and mastery of Microsoft Office, website, and database development software.

- Available to work evenings or weekends to support department/college special events.

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