About the Community Leaders Internship Program (CLIP)
The Community Leaders Internship Program (CLIP) engages work-study eligible students by placing them in community-based work-study jobs at local non-profit agencies and public schools in the Milwaukee metro area. CLIP students work between 6-15 hours per week at their work-study site and earn between $10.00 and $14.00 an hour. Participants in the program will also enroll in 1 credit course during the program. Students in CLIP will reflect on their experiences as a group during class time. The course, complementing work experience, is aimed at the development of critical thinking and effective communication skills as well as a sense of intercultural competence and individual, social, and environmental responsibility.The goal of the program is not only to provide students with an opportunity to earn their work study award at a non-profit or school, it also seeks to provide a learning experience that develops civic responsibility and prepares students for their future careers.
How to Apply
Interested students must complete an application and a one-page personal statement explaining why they are interested in the program and how it would enhance their college experience. Students must be work-study eligible and should have an interest in working in the Milwaukee community to join CLIP. Questions about this program can be directed to email@example.com.
Fill out the CLIP application here: Student_Application
Attend the sign up session on Thursday, September 13th at 6:30pm in the Fireside Lounge. RSVP below!
CLIP Sites and Positions
Students have the option to work at a local non-profit or Milwaukee Public School. Students are placed at sites based on their interest, availability, and skill set. The list below represents sites that are actively recruiting at this time.
Through the America Reads program CLIP students tutor youth in reading and math at a local Milwaukee Public School (MPS) or private school. Partnering MPS schools include: Maryland Avenue Montessori, Clarke Street, Auer Avenue, La Escuela Fratney, OW Holmes, Hartford University School, Howard Avenue Montessori, and Gaenslen. Positions are also available at St. Anthony’s School.
Assistant Site Mangers will facilitate day to day operations, oversee volunteers, provide job training, pack food and stock shelves as needed, and assist in recruitment and scheduling.
Friedens Food Pantry Assistant Food Manager
CLIP students will be responsible for maintaining great relationships with donors and expanding the donor network, pick-up and drop-off of goods, keeping inventory, provide on the job training, and overseeing volunteers as needed.
Through the lens of sports, serve as a mentor and coach to young people.
The Florentine Opera is looking for a graphic design intern to assist its Advancement and Education departments with projects including, but not limited to: print advertisements, mailings, brochures, fliers, posters, program booklets and donor packets. This position offers the chance for a student with intermediate to advanced Adobe Suite skills to create a professional-level portfolio. This position also offers free tickets to Florentine Opera performances.
Multiple positions available ranging from urban farm support, marketing, prorgramming, database maintenance, and outreach.
COA Youth & Family Centers helps Milwaukee children, teens and families reach their greatest potential through a continuum of educational, recreational and social work programs offered through its urban community centers and rural camp facility. As a multicultural agency, COA values diversity and promotes positive social interaction.
We strive to create a dynamic, warm and celebratory Jewish environment for Milwaukee’s university students and young adults (ages 18-26) where they can explore and express their Jewish identities and gain a sense of belonging within the Jewish community. We offer holiday and cultural programs, Shabbat dinners, leadership opportunities, social action projects, Israel programs, outdoor activities, and social gatherings. We welcome Jewish young adults from all backgrounds, including religious, secular and interfaith. We are also open to all local students who have a sincere desire to learn more about Judaism.
WasteCap Resource Solutions, Inc. is an industry supported 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides waste reduction and recycling assistance to businesses. WasteCap assists and encourages organizations to effectively drive costs out of their operations through improved solid waste management practices.
Resources for current CLIP students:
Resources for current and perspective CLIP community partners: