The Intern Graduate Program Coordinator for Clubs and Organizations position provides opportunities for a graduate intern who will be enrolled within a Queens University of Charlotte Masters’ program to interact directly with college students in a variety of settings; thus, enabling the graduate intern in the position to apply theories he/she has learned within the classroom to real situations and experiences within a higher education student affairs setting. This internship requires the graduate intern to collaborate with a diverse student and professional population, providing them experiential knowledge of several developmental theories they will be able to use as resources throughout their educational and practical career.
The Intern Graduate Program Coordinator will have a flexible schedule, including weekends, approximately 20 hours per week.
Clubs & Organizations
Manage the registration of Registered Student Organizations (RSO) annually.
Maintain all RSO records accordingly.
Approve new RSOs when submitted.
Plan and lead Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meetings.
Schedule and facilitate workshops for ICC Meetings.
Other Opportunities Available
Co-advise Student Government Association (SGA).
Co-advise a Campus Union Board (CUB) committee.
Plan and attend Weekend Programming events.
Help plan and facilitate other campus-wide programs with professional staff.
Assist with summer Royals Orientation, Advising, and Registration (ROAR).
The Intern Graduate Program Coordinator for Clubs & Organizations will complete other duties as assigned or when opportunities arise that promote the growth and development of the graduate student during their time at Queens.
University Meal Plan
10 meals/week in all-you-can-eat cafeteria
$450 Lions Dollars per year
Tuition paid for up to two Queens’ graduate courses per semester (including summer if serving in the intern role)
Free On-Campus Parking
Physical Requirements (with or without reasonable accommodation)
Eye-Hand Coordination: Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a computer keyboard, copier, calculator and other office equipment.
Talking: Especially where one must frequently convey detailed or important instructions or ideas accurately, loudly, or quickly.
Repetitive Motion: Movements frequently and regularly required using the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
Average Hearing: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.
Average Visual Abilities: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary including close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Physical Strength: Will regularly be required to sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools and controls reach with hands and arms. Must be able to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, or crouch. Must regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.
Cognitive/Emotional: Ability to critically think and concentrate. Must be able to respond quickly to changes in conditions – 75?100% of the time.
Nestled in a historic tree-filled neighborhood just minutes from Uptown Charlotte, Queens has provided students with transformational experiences for more than 160 years.
A private, co-ed, masters-level university, Queens serves undergrad and graduate students in academic programs across the liberal arts and sciences as well as the professional fields of business, communication, nursing, health and education. All degree programs are grounded in a liberal arts core to help students hone their critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills.
With a 10:1 student-faculty ratio, the university is known for its student-centered mentality, welcoming southern hospitality and talented and caring faculty. Queens fosters student success through an intimate learning environment and excellence in teaching.
In keeping with its Presbyterian heritage, responsibility and service to society are critical components of Queens' culture, as expressed in its motto "Not to be served, but to serve."
Queens emphasizes active, collaborative learning with a focus on a 21st century global curriculum that takes students beyond the classroom and into the Charlotte community and the world... at large. With the city of Charlotte as an extended campus, students have the opportunity to launch into abundant internships, community service and academic partnerships. Undergraduate students must complete at least two internships. In addition, the majority of Queens' undergraduates study internationally in hundreds of countries via faculty-led study tours, international internships, language-immersion programs and semester exchange opportunities.
By graduation, students have obtained a comprehensive education grounded in the liberal arts and filled with opportunities to ready them for successful careers and meaningful lives.