Administrative Internship Program
The Department of Educational Leadership at The University of Montana offers graduate students a variety of institution and school-based internships. Internships are emerging as primary avenues to professional employment and provide field-based opportunities for students within their specific K-12 or higher education administrative interests. These internships are designed to place prospective administrators in colleges, universities, and K-12 schools. Graduate students in good standing in the Department of Educational Leadership at The University of Montana are eligible for an internship. There are three types of internships available through the Department of Educational Leadership:
Montana Board of Public Education Administrative Internship
Field-Based Administrative Internship
Internships in Higher Education
The Department of Educational Leadership offers two types of internships in the area of higher education. These internship opportunities are an Internship in College Teaching and an Internship in Higher Education Administration.
Internship in College Teaching
The Internship in College Teaching provides students an opportunity for guided and supervised teaching at the college level and assistance to the aspiring college teacher in meeting the needs of a diverse student population, assistance provided in methods of teaching at the college level, theories of learning, use of technology, and evaluation and assessment techniques.
Internship in Higher Education Administration
The Internship in Higher Education Administration provides supervised and guided work in an administrative unit/department at the college/university level. The specifics of this internship experience will be developed between the student, the university administrative unit, and the Department of Educational Leadership’s Director of Administrative Interns.
For More Information
For more information regarding the administrative internship, contact our department's Internship Chair and Professor
For administrative licensure questions, please contact our college's Licensure and Assessment Manager, Kristi Steinberg at email@example.com or 406.243.2121.