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Transfer Student Intern & Mentor

Transfer Student Services provides transfer students the opportunity to earn credit and gain leadership experience by interning and mentoring incoming transfer students.  


How do I become a Transfer intern?

Apply through hireBing using the code: 9144 or by searching: CDCI Transfer Student Services Intern.  Application materials include a resume, cover letter, and flyer or advertisement for a previous event. 

What does an intern do?

Click here to find out the responsibilities of a Transfer intern.

What do I get from interning?

For interning with TSS, you will receive 4 credits for completing 8-10 hours and either a "O" or "W" on your transcript.  You will gain leadership experience, program planning experience, and networking skills.

How does this benefit incoming transfers?

Incoming transfers will be notified of their mentor name and an informative bio.  They will be able to connect with their mentor and ask them questions concerning the campus, class registration, events, clubs and organization, or anything else!  Their mentor will be available to attend events with them or grab a bite to eat.

How do I sign up to get a mentor?

Please fill out this form to receive your mentor!

What have past interns said about the position?

"This internship gave me the opportunity to independently create new programs that I  wanted to implement on campus."

"The opportunity to network with other professional staff members in various campus offices taught me about how to run meetings and interact competently in a professional manner."

"I loved the ability to design flyers and market different programs on social media and around campus. Especially when I got to talk to fellow transfer students!"

"I learned so much during my time at TSS and I met some incredible people. Being able to arrange and attend my own meetings was a great learning experience for me and it really helped me to improve upon my communication skills."

"There is always more than one way to contribute to show your creativity and passion."

Last Updated: 11/26/18