LeadLocal is accepting internship applications for Spring 2020.

Applications must be received by 7:00 pm, Friday, January 31, 2020.

Spring 2020 Intern Position Description – Nogales, AZ

If you have questions, contact Robin Breault –

What skills do you need to be a LeadLocal intern?

  • willingness to learn
  • passion for helping local organizations and businesses
  • desire to grow and develop leadership and personal skills
  • strong work ethic

Requirements to be a LeadLocal Intern:

  • willing and able to commit to the weekly time requirement (5-7 hours weekly)
  • in good academic standing,
  • invested in your community’s future, and
  • able to demonstrate professionalism, critical thinking, good communication skills, and learner agility throughout the application process

What do you receive from a LeadLocal internship experience?

The LeadLocal internship experience is not your regular run-of-the-mill internship. With LeadLocal, you can make a real impact through a real consulting project. In addition to giving back to the community, you have the opportunity to grow and develop your own leadership skills.

“Going into my internship at LeadLocal I thought it would be a normal internship experience, filing or some kind of boring busywork. From the first day of intern orientation I knew I was going to be making a difference. This internship helps to shape you into a leader; it helps you gain real world experience while still having a safety net. Most importantly, it helps you make a difference in the community.  LeadLocal requires dedication, perseverance and an openness to grow as a team and as an individual. This program is such a valuable experience. Regardless of your major, you develop skills that will help you in the real world.”

–Shelby Calvillo (Senior, UA Public Health)

Why become a LeadLocal intern?  LeadLocal helps you create a competitive profile and gives you an edge.

Position yourself for success:

  • Work on a real project with real results
  • Differentiate yourself from the crowd
  • Build a network of diverse local professionals
  • Develop advanced communication, team, & leadership skills employers want
  • Earn college credit (if approved by your program)
  • Professional evaluation and certificate of completion
  • Receive internship stipend