Become a Career Educator Intern (CEI)
The Career Educator Intern (CEI) program is a unique opportunity for a few outstanding undergraduate interns to learn critical job related skills in a supportive and learning environment.
Selected interns work with senior leadership in University Career Services learning many unique and diverse transferable skills. As a part of this great learning experience the intern will provide career development services to Georgia State University students in the Career Resource Center and be involved in various projects to assist staff.
Some examples of recent projects interns have worked closely on with Career Services leadership are the Career Conference, Job Fairs, and marketing of Career Services and more.
If you are a hardworking and ambitious student looking for a challenging learning environment, able to commit ten hours a week in Career Services and want to learn significant transferable skills for your future employment needs, then you may want to apply. This challenging learning experience is an un-paid internship; however, the experience will pay you huge dividends in your future!
|Hello! My name is Alan Maurice King II. I am currently a Sophomore pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics here at GSU. My experience here at GSU has been nothing less than exciting. I am a member of the Peerless Perfection step/mentoring program and Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society. I have enjoyed my time working with Georgia State Career Services. Not only have I learned a lot of new information, but I am in a position to where I can share this information with other students. I strongly believe that the career services will be instrumental in my success as continue my education. It will also have the same affect for those students who invest time to take advantage of all resources we have to offer.|
|My name is Ianna Richardson and I am currently a Junior pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in English. I am originally from Union, New Jersey and have been in Atlanta for a year now. Living here has been a life-changing experience and I have truly learned the power of networking. My parents always told me that I could do anything I put my mind to as long as I worked hard; they never said it had to be one thing. With that being said I look forward to owning a business one day, practicing law, and teaching. I am my biggest challenge.|
|Hello! My name is Brionté McCorkle and I am a Junior, Public Policy major. My concentration is in Public Management and Governance and my minor is in Spanish. I was born in Lawton, OK but consider my hometown to be Warner Robins, GA. My ultimate ambition is to serve as a leader for those who are underrepresented in government. I hope to accomplish this by serving first as a member of the city council, and eventually working my way up to more powerful positions. I discovered my passion for public service after taking a Global Issues course the beginning of my sophomore year. Since then I have served as an Inceptor (new student orientation leader), and as the Community Service Coordinator for the Public Management and Policy Community Network. Currently I am serving as a Career Educator Intern in University Career Services. I hope that I can use the position to serve as a liaison for students, employers, and University Career Services.|