UNM Los Alamos

Community Internship Collaboration

Community Internship Collaboration

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View the video presentations by the CIC Interns Spring 2020!

Student: The Community Internship Collaboration (CIC) will give you hands-on work experience with a business in Los Alamos in a field of interest to you!


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Business Mentors       Key Dates       Intern Positions       Student Application


WORK

Local businesses will supply a project-based work experience during this semester-long internship course. Working alongside a mentor from the company, you will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to complete the project. Apply directly to a particular internship, to ensure it is something in which you are interested.

LEARN

In preparation for your internship, learn how to tailor a resume and cover letter, give a winning job interview, and make a compelling presentation. Throughout the program, you will learn not only from your mentor at work, but from a faculty advisor and through your fellow students during the weekly class. Finally, you will share your experience in a presentation.

EARN

You will earn 1 academic credit for your completion of the program, and you will be paid $10/hour up to 60 hours for the work completed during your internship. Businesses may choose to hire interns after the completion of the program, should a suitable position be available.

Mandatory Student Orientations

At the orientation session, UNM-LA staff and faculty will explain more about the program, including the benefits and expectations, and answer any questions you may have. If, after learning more, you are interested in applying to the program, the remainder of the session will be spent learning how to create effective resumes and cover letters and working on tailoring your resume and cover letter to a specific job. We will even help you prepare for interviews, so that you can go into the process with your best foot forward.

There are limited opportunities available for Community Internship Collaboration, so be sure to attend the information session to learn how you can attain one of these coveted positions!

KEY DATES FOR STUDENTS FALL 2020

These dates are subject to change.

Event Date/Time (Subject to change)
Location
Business Mentor Applications Available July 27 online
Business Mentor Applications Due Friday, August 14
UNM Jobs posted, Internships posted to webpage
Student Applications Available now - applications available  online

Student Info Session #1 via ZOOM

Wednesday, August 19, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Student Info Session #2 via ZOOM
The Zoom session will be recorded and posted here.
Thursday, August 20,
4:00-5:00 p.m.
Student Job Applications and UNM Job applications due to CIC Monday, August 31
Businesses interview candidates August 26-September 3
Business Mentor workshop via ZOOM
Wednesday, August 26,
5:30-7:00 p.m.
Businesses and students notify CIC of preferences Thursday, September 3, 5:00pm
Students submit UNM Jobs application
Internship matches announced Friday, September 4  
CIC Orientation* via ZOOM
Tuesday, September 8,
2:30-4:00 p.m.
Intern employment begins Tuesday, September 8 (or when paperwork is processed by UNM HR)
First day of CIC class BSTC 299 via ZOOM/ UNM-LA students complete registration for CIC course Thursday, September 10, 4:00-5:40pm
Final Class Date Thursday, December 10
Student Presentations (Recorded) Thursday, December 10
Final day to work CIC hours Friday, December 11
*Attendance Mandatory

Students must submit this online application to CIC.   CIC Application 

Students must also submit an online application to UNM Jobs, separately from the application to CIC.


Are You a Local Business Looking to Get Involved?

Los Alamos businesses interested in interested in proposing a project for an intern for Fall 2020 should contact cic@unm.edu or 505-663-3406. UNM-LA advisors can help you design a project if needed.

Download mentor application here: Fall 2020. Please contact cic@unm.edu if you need a different format.

Fall 2020 Internships

Spring 2020 Internships

Attack Research LLC: Accounting/Finance Intern

Attack Research LLC: Business Intern

Attack Research LLC: Cybersecurity Intern

Bathtub Row Brewery: Intern

Crowfeather Cleaning LLC: Marketing Intern

Daphne Weir, Inc.: Accounting Office Intern

ErgoTech Systems, Inc.: Virtual Automation HMI Designer

Fuller Lodge Art Center: Gallery Intern

Los Alamos County Chamber of Commerce: Chamberfest Intern

Los Alamos Creative District: Creative District Intern

Los Alamos County Economic Development Division: Marketing Coordinator

Los Alamos Family YMCA: Staff Photographer

Los Alamos Family YMCA: Videographer/Film Intern

Los Alamos MainStreet: Business Intern

Los Alamos Makers: Assistant Director

Los Alamos Retired and Senior Organization: LARSO Intern

Los Alamos STEAM Lab: Diversity in STEAM Intern

Manhattan Project National Historical Park: Visitor Services Internship

Nurses With Heart: Caregiver

PEEC Education Intern

Self Help, Inc: Database Development Intern

Self Help, Inc: Program Aide

UNM-LA Student Arts Journal: Assistant Editor  


For More Information

Contact Tony Gallegos, Student Success Manager
jtgallegos@unm.edu or 505-663-3406


The Community Internship Collaboration (CIC) was established to fill an employment gap in the community and expand partnerships between the Laboratory, small business owners, and schools. The program’s goals are to provide meaningful work experiences for students, meet area workforce needs, and to develop the future workforce for our community, the region, and the Laboratory.