UC LIVE Internship Program

UC LIVE, Ursinus College Leaders in Vocational Exploration, is an intentional vocational discernment program funded through the Harold C. Smith Program in support of Ursinus QUEST.

Please read below to learn about the Spring 2020 Remote UC LIVE Internship Program!

Application Due Date: Friday, December 11th at 3pm EST

Apply here!

UC LIVE Community Leadership Program (Remote Spring 2020)

UC LIVE, Ursinus College Leaders in Vocational Exploration, is a mentor-based vocational discernment leadership program that aims to engage selected interns in experiential and service learning that will guide them in the discernment of their own vocational interests, faith, values, and belief systems. Committed students will be putting their academic coursework into action as they seek to understand and address the human needs in our surrounding community. *All spring 2020 UC LIVE Internships will be remote.*

Examples of Remote Internship Work: online tutoring (range of subjects), college prep for high schoolers, music lessons, making video messages for elderly in nursing homes, organizational capacity-building, etc.

Program Specifics:

  • Sophomores, juniors, and seniors of all majors and worldviews. Students learning remotely during the spring semester are also eligible to apply as all internships are 100% remote. 

  • Internship will be with a non-profit, service organization, or community group.

  • Selected students will work with Assistant Director Ang Upright to match with a community partner. Placement is decided based off student’s interests and community partner remote availability.

  • Must be able to remotely work 4-6 hours/week starting the first week of the spring 2021 semester

  • Level of financial need considered in applicant selection

  • Bi-weekly check-in meeting with Assistant Director and monthly group workshops mandatory

  • Final reflection paper/presentation

  • $10.00/hour, paid biweekly

Application Due Date: Friday, December 11th at 3pm EST

Apply here!

Financial Support

Funding was generated from the generous receipt of an $862,000 implementation grant from the Harold C. Smith Foundation in Christian Studies to support the religious, spiritual, and vocation discernment of students through experiential learning. The Reverend Dr. Harold C. Smith was an Ursinus graduate of the Class of 1955 and former Board of Trustee Member.

Any questions please contact
UC LIVE Program Coordinator:

Angela Upright
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