Professional Development Internship
One of the objectives of the Education and Leadership Foundation (ELF) is to provide educational and leadership opportunities to adult school, college, and university students in our community. To accomplish this, ELF creates community partnerships, develops educational and leadership programs, encourages civic engagement, and promotes higher education through professional development internships, community service projects, and innovative activities in which students earn valuable experience.
II. Note to potential sponsors
III. Note to POTENTIAL interns
Please read the following carefully as it will answer most of your questions.
Once an applicant identifies a placement agency, ELF will need the following information:
Interns may be awarded a scholarship after successfully completing an ELF professional development internship and submitting certification of hours of service and a final evaluation upon mutual agreement from the agency, the Education and Leadership Foundation, and the intern.
Students must submit a completed application and a resume, including references, to Joseluis Elizalde at firstname.lastname@example.org
Although a student may be referred to a specific placement, the final selection is up to the placement agency. An application to the program does not guarantee a placement.
Note: After successfully completing the ELF Professional Development Internship, the applicant must submit the following documentation to be considered for a scholarship:
- Certification of Hours