Available Internships

Are you ready for an internship but don't know where to start?  Contact Dr. Rae Ann Kruse at rae.kruse@noc.edu, or call 580.628.6341.  

Kaw Nation Family Trauma Healing Center 
Paid Internships

Kaw Nation Family Trauma Healing Center is hiring two paid interns to work part-time for two years. Position includes scholarships and book waivers in addition to hourly pay.  Visit Dr. Rae Ann Kruse in the Vineyard Library/Administration Building Rm. 108C for more details. 

Hale Scout Reservation
Camp Staff

Hale Scout Reservation is looking for friendly, outgoing, and hardworking individuals to staff our 2018 camp session. We employ 70-80 staff as counselors, lifeguards, food service, and retail. Must be 18 by June 1, 2018. Scouting background preferred by not required.

All meals and housing provided, $300-$425 per week! Paid days off for all staff members. 8 weeks of camp including staff week. More information is available here.

Sequoyah National Research Center
Deadline is March 15, 2018

Each summer the Sequoyah National Research Center (SNRC) hosts three tribally affiliated student interns for the months of June and July. Interns are required to work a minimum of 25 hours per week in the Center doing basic archival and research work under the direction of Center staff.

The SNRC at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) houses the papers and special collections of tribal individuals and organizations and holds the world's largest archival collection of newspapers and other periodicals published by tribal individuals and organizations.

The goal of the Native American Student Internship Program is to provide students an experiential learning environment in which to acquire an understanding of the value of archives and the research potential of the collections of the Center and to engage in academic research and practical archival activities related to tribal culture, society, and issues. Interns are expected to demonstrate the value of their experience by either a summary report of work, finding aids for collections, or reports of research or other written work that may be shared with their home institutions.

Apply now!

To qualify for an internship, students must

  • Be affiliated with a federally-recognized tribe
  • Have completed at least 60 college hours
  • Be in good standing at their home institutions of higher learning.

To apply, student must send

  • An unofficial copy of the student's academic transcript
  • A recommendation letter from the head of the student's major department or from another relevant academic official
  • An application that includes a personal statement of at least 250 words expressing why the intern experience would be beneficial to the student's academic or career goals.

For more information, click here.

N.E.W. Leadership Program
The application deadline for N.E.W. Leadership 2018 is just around the corner and that means we need your help!

What makes the N.E.W. Leadership program unique is the diversity and caliber of our attendees. These exceptional young women don’t come to us by chance, but through the help of individuals like yourself! We need the help of people like you to inform students about our program and encourage them to apply. Oklahoma needs more women leaders who are ready to use their talents to build a better Oklahoma. N.E.W. Leadership helps shape and empower these future female leaders, but we need your help recruiting these exceptional women.

N.E.W. Leadership gives undergraduate women the knowledge and skills to become effective leaders in public service and elective office.
-Network with successful women leaders
-Develop leadership skills
-Learn how to make change through public service

Who should apply?
-Undergraduate women enrolled in any Oklahoma college or university in 2017-2018
-Oklahoma residents attending out-of-state institutions
-All majors are welcome
-Non-traditional students are encouraged to apply

*Students who are accepted to N.E.W. Leadership attend totally FREE of charge.
Application Deadline: Friday, March 9th
Program Dates: May 18-22, 2018
Link to Apply for N.E.W. Leadership 2018: http://bit.ly/apply2NEW18

Camp War Eagle
Position Title:  Staff Member

Camp War Eagle, is a nonprofit Christian summer camp for primarily 6,000 underserved kids and teens, many of which are on scholarship. Camp is a paid opportunity and could work out for a summer internship for many majors. We generally hire 500 students per year and around 75-100 Western Oklahoma students a year. https://campwareagle.org/content/counselor

American Red Cross
Position Title:  Divisional Fiscal Review Team Member

Review cases where the American Red Cross provided financial assistance.  Two to six hours a week, depending on caseload.  Hours are flexible and can be done from anywhere with an Internet connection.  Interns need basic computer skills and ability to work independently, accuracy, and excellent customer service skills.  Contact Crys Davis at crys.davis@noc.edu for more information.

Part-time Employment Opportunity with The House FM / My Praise FM

The House FM and My Praise FM have openings for part-time office interns at the non-profit organization’s headquarters in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Primary duties for these interns working 10-15 hrs. per week include, but are not limited to, answering phones, greeting guests, entering data, conducting tours, cleaning, and assisting with some concerts and events. If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please stop by the station to complete an application or contact the station at 1-800-Faith88 (1-800-324-8488) for more information.

 The House FM and My Praise FM are non-profit Equal Opportunity Employers.