Academic year internships are 10-20 hours per week
Summer internships are 30-40 hours per week
Alternative arrangements can be discussed with the specific department but are subject to that department’s approval.
Students may receive course credit or be paid hourly, but not both
Undergraduate students are paid $12/hour
Graduate students are paid $15/hour
- Assist with the preparation and execution of all Corporate Equity Center programs, including, but not limited to, the C-Suite Initiative and the upcoming Unpacking Racism for Action series.
- Provide analytic support for all Corporate Equity Center programming, which will include survey distribution, data collection, and data aggregation.
- Support the development of periodical DEI & Community Engagement department internal reports for the NCRM Executive Committee and Board of Directors as well as external reports for key stakeholders.
- Research and document best practices among DEI training programs as it relates to needs of the Corporate Equity Center.
- Further NCRM presence in the Memphis community by assisting with any preparation and execution of NCRM community initiatives.
- Complete other duties as assigned
Qualifications: Candidates must be currently enrolled as a Junior, Senior, or Graduate student in college or university. Candidates must be able to complete tasks independently, must be reliable and punctual and capable of functioning in a multi-task environment. Must be able to take direction and follow instructions and complete tasks on deadline. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. The acceptable candidate must adhere to the rules and regulations governing all employees, interns, and volunteers of the National Civil Rights Museum.
Candidates should have a strong interest and/or higher education focus in business, community outreach, and/or diversity, equity, and inclusion. Multi-tasking, scheduling, and deadline efficiency are highly important. Must have advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn data analysis software. Must have strong computer skills. Must possess excellent organizational skills,be detail-oriented and neat, and have the capacity to work independently as well as in a team-oriented environment.
- Flexible, resourceful, adaptable.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Good people skills.
- Community outreach and engagement.
- Research skills
Desired but Optional:
- Program development experience.
- Experience in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Data analysis