The Native American Center (NAC) hires new interns throughout the year. For more information please contact the NAC Coordinator.
Interns at the NAC work on a variety of projects and events. Interns interact with the Native college community, build strong relationships with fellow interns, classified professionals, and faculty, while gaining experience in program and event planning.
Paid internship for up to 10 hours a week.
- Knowledge of Native issues, campus Native community, Sonoma County Native community, and student organizations is preferred
- Responsible, resourceful, and possess initiative
- Maintain a 2.5 GPA
- Ability to work cooperatively with other NAC interns, Coordinator, and College leadership
- We honor students’ achievements, and work to support their personal and academic journeys.
- The NAC goal is to support students in creating a sense of belonging at SRJC for Native American students in a culturally appropriate way. No matter where Native and Indigenous students are in their level of connection or identity, this is their community.
- At the center, students can connect with SRJC resources that enhance their academic success, learn about culturally relevant activities, and create a support network with other students who identify as Native American. Some of us have grown up in our tribal lands, while some of us are finding our way home.
- Given the rich diversity of our Indigenous community, we strive to make Santa Rosa Junior College a place where all our identities are celebrated. Our community includes students, classified professionals, faculty, and alumni from a wide variety of tribal backgrounds, experiences, and academic interests.
- The Native American Center (NAC) anchors events, programs, lectures, performances, meetings, gatherings, and conversations around Native issues, concerns, and lived experiences.