LeaderEthics-Wisconsin Organization Support Intern
LeaderEthics-Wisconsin has established the position of an Organization Support Intern. The internship will extend for up to three academic semesters and students may qualify for academic credit subject to college or university guidelines. LeaderEthics-Wisconsin is a non-profit/non-partisan 501c4 organization committed to promoting ethical leadership practices among elected officials. LeaderEthics-Wisconsin is based in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The attached website link will provide additional information about the organization: leaderethicswi.org
Description of Duties:
The position will provide a stipend of $500 per semester. Hours are flexible.
Applicants should send the following:
- An brief essay expressing interests and desired outcomes from the experience. Please include contact information.
- Two letters of reference
- A photocopy of their current academic transcript
Send the information:
LeaderEthics-Wisconsin Student Fellowship
LeaderEthics-Wisconsin has established the LeaderEthics-Wisconsin Fellowship effective in January 2021. Two fellowship positions are approved in 2021. The Leader Ethics-Wisconsin Fellowship Program looks to empower La Crosse’s young leaders—the future of our state—by providing them the tools necessary to ensure that our elected leaders are honest, transparent, unifiers, and representative of their entire constituency. Additional background information is available at the following link: LE-W Fellowship Final.
1. Create and support a network of young student leaders committed to spreading the mission of Leader Ethics-Wisconsin.
2. Instill values of ethical leadership into proponents across the state and help them accomplish high-impact initiatives and gain exposure.
3. Establish a statewide presence in all populations, gain media and institutional attention across Wisconsin, and create a support base for future expansion and development.
4. Provide a first rate, real life learning experience for students.
Description of Duties
1. Incoming Fellowship recipients will participate in an orientation program during the initial weeks of the semester.
2. During the orientation period, with assistance from the LeaderEthics-Wisconsin Executive Director and university/college faculty, the Fellow will identify a Fellowship project. The project is intended to apply learning experience to real life challenges and/or opportunities facing ethical leadership among elected officials. Students will be eligible for academic credit subject to university/college guidelines.
3. The Fellowship project must identify measurable outcomes, be completed in less than two semesters and be pre-approved by the LeaderEthics-Wisconsin board and the faculty advisor.
4. Fellows should participate at LeaderEthics-Wisconsin events and board meetings.
5. The Fellow will participate as a team member in working with staff, officers, board members and volunteers in support of the mission of LeaderEthics-Wisconsin.
The Fellowship will provide a stipend of $500 per semester.
Applicants must provide the following:
Send the information to:
Lee Rasch, Executive Director