Research Analyst/Office of Diversity
Open to Upper-level Undergraduate Students
Department of Corrections Central Office, 1450 Energy Park Dr, Suite 200, St Paul
An intern in this unit would assist the Office of Diversity in organizing, cataloging, and researching. The work would include, database creation, statistical research analysis, sorting, cataloging, updating records, and data entry. The intern would gain knowledge and understanding of how the criminal justice system, the Affirmative Action Laws, and the Affirmative Action Plan and is developed. All interns would be trained on DOC policy and procedure.
Interns will be supervised by the Manager of the Office of Diversity.
Interns must be currently enrolled in an accredited technical college or university in a program, which offers course credit for internships. Interns should have completed courses in Basic Statistics, Cultural Studies, Human Resources, Political Science, Sociology, or/and Public Affairs. Experience working with/in:
Microsoft Access Preferred: (but not required)
Knowledge/Experience with Diversity Programs/Initiatives/Affirmative Action
Applicants should also have the ability to operate a fax machine, copy machine, and basic email systems.
Length of Internship
Negotiable and flexible/12 weeks and minimum of 24 hours per week is desired.
Application deadline date:
July 15 for Fall session
October 15 for Winter session
February 15 for Summer session
Applications may be accepted after these dates until position is filled.
This internship is unpaid.