The National Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles (NCARP) is opening up a few intern positions for students for Spring 2019!
Interns will get the opportunity to work with a non-profit, NCARP, and will be able to utilize the tools and resources in CARP for their personal development as well as to help develop the programs and needs of CARP.
There are two paid positions available per internship. If you would like to help volunteer for experience, there are more spots available.
Curriculum Development Student Intern
This internship focuses on learning the content development process, using the CARP Curriculum series. Interns will work with senior content developers to create four to five complete presentations delivered in 40 minute PowerPoints, along with accompanying scripts, discussion questions, and list of resources.
Expand knowledge of Headwing perspective
Develop skills in articulating and presenting philosophical, political, and sociological ideas
Understand the depth and breadth of the Headwing perspective
Learn how to have meaningful discussion as a team
Application Due February 24th, 2019!
Graphic Artist Student Intern
The focus of this internship will be on learning to create graphics and visual design for the CARP Curriculum series. Interns will work with an experienced CARP designer to develop graphics for four to five new CARP Curriculum presentations in Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint formats as well as update graphics on the existing six Curriculum presentations.
Develop skills in designing visually appealing graphics and in organizing information visually in a clear and engaging presentation
Develop skills using Photoshop, PowerPoint, and Google Slides
Engage with the CARP worldview and mission of the CARP Curriculum series
Learn how to work as a team
Application Due March 17th, 2019!