CAST's internship program provides interns with opportunities to supplement academics with real-world, career-building experiences. CAST internships empower interns to pursue their own interests while developing their knowledge of UDL, and building relationships with people actively working in the field of education.
CAST values the contributions that interns make to our innovative capacity and knowledge base. Therefore, in addition to the project work that interns do, interns are included in meetings and other events that include training, brainstorming sessions, guest speakers and project presentations.
At the end of the internship, CAST provides interns with a letter of completion, which includes a formal description of the projects they contributed to and the work they completed. In addition, interns may qualify for a $575 stipend after the completion of 150 hours of work.
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Past Interns at CAST have...
- participated on prototype development teams
- contributed to subject-specific literature reviews
- collected research data in schools
- created multi-media products
- developed online materials for websites and Web 2.0 applications
- designed logos, posters, bookmarks, and other print publications
- illustrated digital books for children
- collaborated on research prototypes
How do I apply?
- Send a resume or CV and three references to email@example.com along with a cover letter briefly describing your interests and goals for the internship. For design internships, you should include some samples of your work.
- Your resume will be reviewed to determine whether we believe that a CAST internship is a good fit.
- The internship coordinator will contact you to set up a preliminary meeting to determine whether a CAST internship is available that can help you achieve your goals. This meeting will include an introduction to CAST, an in-depth description of the internship program, and an overview of potential projects.
What else do I need to know?
- If accepted into the program, your references will be contacted.
- Once references are cleared, CAST's internship coordinator will confirm your goals for the internship. These goals provide a framework for the internship and help the internship coordinator match up your unique knowledge, skill set, and interests with areas of need within CAST.
- Once you are assigned to a project, you will develop a schedule with the project lead.