INTERNSHIP: American Conservative Union

To apply, email

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Student Trainee (Passport) Position: US Department of State (PAID!)

This opportunity is a paid position at the US Department of State! It is great if you are on the path to a public service career! This opportunity provides experiences and insight into the business of diplomacy as employees work to advance U.S. interests worldwide.

APPLICATION OPEN MAY 18,2023 – MAY 24, 2023 (or when 100 applications have been received)

What are they looking for?

–>Diverse, culturally aware, adaptable, strategic-thinking problem solvers.

What does the internship with the US Department of State entail?

–>Substantive and rewarding, and offers you a valuable educational experience that will enhance you professionally and personally

 Visit this link to USAJOBS to see what opportunities are available and to start your application!

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Part-Time Human Resources Job (can fit with internship credit as well) – hiring now

Utah County Human Resources Office is hiring now for a part-time HR job in Provo that works great for students. It is a 20-hour per week position that pays $16.86/hour. You will get good experience working with an HR team and carrying out projects including compensation, benefits, recruitment, etc.

This part-time position is posted on the Utah County Website. Apply to this part-time HR position using this link:—Human-Resources—Time-Limited—No-Benefits_R0001032

You can follow-up with the Hiring Manager after you submit the application if you have other questions: Brandon Chambers, Manager|Benefits & Engagement, Utah County Government|Phone: 801-851-8162

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Fall Internship 2023 with DCFS

Applications are due no later than June 12, 2023.

To begin the application process, prospective interns will need to reach out to Carrie Hurst for the application and instructions via email:

All students that will be interning with us this fall will need to attend a mandatory orientation on August 21, 2023  from 1-5 PM.

Students will know if they are offered the internship by the end of the day on June 23, 2023.

DCFS Description:
Our goal is to have communities where children grow up safe from abuse, neglect, and dependency, where adults are protected from domestic violence, and where parents can be strengthened in their capacity to keep their family safe.

Families and children may receive parent education, budgeting help, crisis intervention, sex abuse treatment, and mental health therapy.

There are a variety of opportunities to work with child welfare workers to investigate allegations of child abuse and neglect. We provide internship opportunities in the following program areas:  intake, child protective service, in-home services, out-of-home (foster care), drug court, domestic violence and adoption.


  • Provide children and their families with services to prevent additional child maltreatment
  • May work in Intake, Child protective workers, as a permanency worker
  • Be involved with drug court and family supportive services
  • Help with transition to adulthood, adoption services, and possibly on a task force


  • Interest in Social Services
  • Dependable
  • team player
  • background in family  dynamics and challenges
  • human development
  • case management skills.

Training in case management is a plus.  BCI is required as a part of the application process.  It is paid for by DCFS.

The following are among the rewarding and challenging service options available to undergraduate interns:

  • Child Protective Services (CPS):  Interns in CPS assist caseworkers who are the first to investigate the allegations received by Intake.  CPS workers and interns visit with the family and children to determine the degree of risk the child may be in and decide whether children can safely remain in the home or if they need to be removed.
  • Permanency Workers:  Interns in Permanency participate in one of two separate programs.
    1. In-home:  In-home workers and interns work with the intact family to provide needed support.  They also facilitate other services, as needed, to help parents create a permanent safe, supportive and loving home environment for their children.
    2. Out-of-home:  If children cannot remain safely in their home, they are placed in temporary shelters until appropriate foster home placements can be arranged. These workers and interns assist the children, their biological parents, and foster parents to make progress toward reunification of the children with their parents, if that permanency goal can be achieved.
  • Drug Court Team:  Many of our families come into care because of drug abuse-related child endangerment.  Workers and interns on the Drug Court Team work with families who are accepted into the Drug Court program which is administered by the courts.
  • Task Force:  In cases of serious physical child abuse or sexual abuse, our Task Force, a specialized team with expertise in investigating these issues, becomes involved.  Interns working with the Task Force assist in the investigation of these particularly sensitive cases, often partnering with the Children’s Justice Center.
  • Transition to Adult Living:  When teens between fourteen and eighteen years of age are removed from their homes, they usually fall under the Transition to Adult Living Program which is designed to assist these youth to develop the independent living skills needed to successfully manage life in the adult world.
  • Adoption Services:  In some cases, the primary goal of reunification cannot be achieved within federally-mandated time frames.  In these circumstances the children may be placed in “foster-to-adopt” homes.  These foster parents have indicated their desire to adopt children.  If the biological parents fail to make the required changes to provide a safe and loving home for their children, then these foster placements may move to adoption.  Interns and caseworkers in adoptions services assist children in foster-to-adopt homes and their foster parents before, during, and following the adoptions process.
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Volunteer at the Summit County Clubhouse

Some volunteer opportunities would fit with academic credit and others would just be good volunteer experience to build your resume and help you determine the best career path! If you’re interested which opportunities would qualify for credit, email or come to 945 KMBL and ask Karen Christensen.

To apply, click this link:

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The Heritage Community Hiring Event

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Paid Internship with the Utah Governor’s Office

Pay: $15/hour

Application Deadline: April 28, 2023

Application Portal:


For more information, contact:

Internships (fellowships) with Utah’s Governor’s office offer a unique opportunity for students to gain experience in public service and leadership. As a reminder, this program is distinct from a traditional internship — fellows work directly with members of the governor’s senior staff and contribute to many meaningful projects.

As a fellow within our office, students receive $15 per hour for their service from August to December. We believe this experience will help prepare students for future careers in public service. To that end, we have helped over a dozen fellows get hired following their time spent with us. We are looking for students who are graduating in the near term so that we can help them get valuable experience and a job offer, too.

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PAID Internship or Part-Time Job with Hope4Utah (Suicide Prevention in Schools)

Communications & Marketing Coordinator

Pay Rate: $16 per hour

Location: Hope Squad Corporate Headquarters, Provo, UT (5455 River Run Dr, Provo, UT 84604)

Mission: Reduce youth suicide through education, training, and peer intervention

TO APPLY Send resume and cover letter to: Cathy Bledsoe,


Internal Communication & Marketing

Develop and maintain a corporate branding guide.

External Communication & Marketing

Assist with planning, developing, and creating communications content for advisors, including but not limited to 90-Seconds-of-Hope, newsletters, press releases, etc.


Education: Required: Associate degree, Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Communications, or related degree.

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Internship: Springville Museum of Art

New Internship opportunity available for the Springville Museum of Art!

Application Deadline: March 24th, 2023

Orientation: May 9, 2023

Visit for more information!!

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DCFS Summer Internship Deadline EXTENDED

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