About the Program
We believe the UWRF Graduate Student Internship program and the partnership developed with the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Student Affairs Administration Master's Degree Program offers excellent educational and practical experiences that will support a successful future career in Student Affairs and Higher Education. This blended program offers both online and in-person classes on the UWRF campus, an on-campus cohort of classmates and colleagues, and one-on-one contact with advisors and supervisors. Graduate Students Interns have practical work experiences that are directly connected to coursework and future career plans.
We are looking for a new 2017-2019 cohort of Graduate Student Interns who are excited to be part of our program and who are ready and willing to step into new experiences and learn from them.
Check out our virtual information sessions!
We are offering three different virtual information sessions on Tuesday, February 21st, for anyone who is interested in learning more about the academic partnership program that UW-River Falls has with UW-La Crosse. We will be showcasing the River Falls community, our university, the academic program, and a couple current students will share about their experiences.
8:30 a.m. CST | 12 p.m. (Noon) CST | 4:30 p.m. CST
Graduate Student Internship (GSI) Positions
Applications for the 2017-2019 cohort are now being accepted! There are 15 Graduate Student Internships available. They are situated in 9 different offices or departments at UWRF. Graduate Student Internships are two year appointments and coincide with the Student Affairs Administration graduate program. The GSI positions begin in summer 2017.
College of Business and Economics
Academic Advising Graduate Student Intern (1 position)
New Student and Family Programs
Transition Programs Coordinator (1 position)
Assistant Hall Director (4 positions)
University Center Operations
Building Manager Supervisor (1 position)