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Campus Internship Program

Part-time Internships on all SLCC Campuses, life-time benefits!


campus internship program (CIP) description:

The Campus Internship Program (CIP) provides SLCC students the opportunity to obtain a paid internship with an on-campus office or department. The goal of CIP is to provide students with professional development, new learning opportunities, and career mentorship. You will develop professional skills and experiences which support your current and future educational and career goals. Not only will you receive valuable mentorship from your supervisor, you'll also receive ongoing professional development to provide you with transferable skills you can you use long after you complete your degree. Do not miss out on these great opportunities!

Benefits of a Campus Internship Program (CIP) position:

  • Earn $15.00 per hour working on campus.
  • Work 20 hours a week.
  • Get valuable mentorship from supervisors.
  • Gain skills and experiences that will benefit the rest of your career.
  • Work on campus or a hybrid schedule, depending on department.
  • Receive ongoing professional development.

Campus Internship Program Eligibility:

  • Must be enrolled in 9 academic credit hours during Fall and Spring semesters
    • If you are an SAT student, you must be enrolled in 18 clock hours during Fall and Spring semesters
  • Must enroll in 6 credit hours during the Summer semester
    • If you are an SAT student, you must be enrolled in 15 clock hours during the Summer semester
  • Must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA during the time of application and each semester
  • Must not have another paid part-time role on campus.
  • Must have legal work authorization.
  • Students with DACA or TPS are eligible to apply.
  • Students awarded work-study funds are eligible but must use their work study funding first before using CIP funding for the internship.  


If you would like to be considered for a Campus Internship Program position:

  • Before applying for a CIP position review the CIP Student Eligibility Form and answer the questions to the best of your knowledge for the year and semester.
  • To verify you are eligible for a CIP Position, you MUST schedule an appointment with a Career Coach in Handshake.
  • Review current CIP openings by logging into your Handshake account.
    • As a student, you already have a Handshake account - you just need to sign in using your MySLCC credentials.
  • Once you find a position you are interested in, click on the Apply button on the job posting to submit your application. Follow the application instructions - you may be required to submit documents such as your resume, cover letter, and references as part of your application.
    • If you would like help with or feedback on your application materials or would like to conduct a mock interview to practice for the hiring process, please stop by the Career Studio in the Career Center at the TRC Campus.  
  • You will be contacted by the supervisor or hiring manager with next steps such as an interview, presentation, or request for more information.
  • If you are chosen for the position, you will need to complete an I-9 appointment with Human Resources before beginning work.  

Questions? Contact:


  Devon Darland, interim CIP Coordinator