Student Affairs Immersion Learning Program (SAIL)
We are now accepting applications for the 2013/2014 SAIL internship. Submit your application for the 2014/2015 SAIL program.
If you are interested in more information for 2014-2015 please contact Byron Drake at (406) 243-4139 or email@example.com with further questions.
Are you looking for a meaningful career?
A career in which you can make a difference in the lives of other people? A career where you could work at a small liberal arts college, a community college, or a big university? A career where you will be challenged to develop skills in a variety of areas, such as leadership, advising/counseling, administration, or supervision? If so, then you are in the right place, because the field of student affairs provides just such careers.
SAIL is a competitive intern placement program which allows students to explore career opportunities in UM Student Affairs departments. SAIL interns are selected for their interest in Student Affairs as a career opportunity. They are awarded
- In-state tuition waivers
- and receive $10.00/hour for the two semester experience.
Fall semester, SAIL interns spend 15-20 hours per week in four week rotations in three Student Affairs departments gaining knowledge of each department’s programs, services, and operations.
Interns may have the option of doing an in-depth 16 week spring semester immersion in one of those three units based on student interest and/or departmental needs.
Review the Role Descriptions of the four-week rotations.
SAIL internships have led to full-time positions in University Dining Services and Enrollment Services for two recent interns. Other successful interns have found career placements locally and nationally.
For more information regarding the SAIL program, please contact:
University Dining Services
Lommasson Center 114
Phone (406) 243-4139