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Welcome to the Intern 2 Learn Program!

Terra Tramble. Senior

"Working as an intern for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion has helped me succeed at public speaking, classroom presentation, creating and facilitating workshops, leading group projects..." 

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Bethany Kyle

" I couldn't imagine being prepared for the career I want after college without this internship, because this job has made me so versatile."

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Earn While You Learn

The Intern 2 Learn program provides:
  • Opportunities to work on-campus where supervisors understand academic schedules and demands
  • R.E.A.L. participation; adding to your learning experience at Tarleton State University
  • Resume building experience to give you a head start on your chosen career
What is Intern 2 Learn?

Intern 2 Learn is an innovative, on-campus student employment program for undergraduates. The program is designed to provide relevant work experience and qualify as a R.E.A.L. (Real World Experience Applied to Learning) internship for participating students.

The best part is that the program benefits both students and employing departments!

Interns work in positions related to their academic curriculum and are eligible to promote to higher levels of responsibility and pay as their experience and knowledge levels grow. Employing departments enjoy the opportunity to mentor and coach student interns so that they function as additional staff.

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Upcoming Events

Chalk & Wire Workshop for InternsWed, 15 Apr 2015, at 3:00 PMLibrary Training Center
May graduates should have their 225 hours submitted by the April 16th TimeTraq submission deadline. If graduates have any hours to report after April 16th I will need a copy of their timesheets to update my records for their hour count by May 1st.
Chalk & Wire Workshop for SupervisorsWed, 22 Apr 2015, at 3:00 PMLibrary Training Center
Artifacts should be submitted by ALL students in Chalk and Wire no later than April 30th.
Deadline for supervisors to have artifacts assessed in Chalk and Wire.
End of Spring Financial Aid Term. Last day for spring eligible work-study students to work.
May12th and May 13th fall on an interim payroll period between spring and summer aid terms so it is not possible to separate hours worked on these days. Please contact Kyle Parsons if you have any students who will be working during these dates to continue an internship spring to summer. Please send the number of hours worked on these two days to be manually to apply to their summer totals.Tue, 12 May - Wed, 13 May 2015, at 12:00 AM
Summer Term begins for summer eligible work-study students.
Summer Internships begin