Internship information sessions
As a premier student internship program our application process is competitive. To make their application standout we encourage all student applicants to attend an info session before applying to gain insights or ask questions about the application/interview process and the positions they are interested in. The scheduled info sessions are listed below. We will update this page continuously to add new info sessions coming up.
If you have any questions, please contact the Student Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Sorenson Impact Center?
The Sorenson Impact Center’s greatest impact is through empowering tomorrow’s leaders with transformative, experiential learning. We are proud to offer unrivaled real-world training and mentorship to our students.
First Thursday of every month
85 Fort Douglas Blvd,
Building 602, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Virtual info sessions:
On the first Thursday of the month from 4pm-5pm
The student experience
Our students are gaining real-world experience while making a difference. See what it’s like to work for a team that is passionate about what they do.
Student impact fellows are expected to be enrolled in school for the duration of the program and to commit to the following:
- up to 20 hours per week
- minimum 2 semesters
- Friday morning meetings
For more information on the internship program, please email Maria Lara.
University of Utah Strategy
The Sorenson Impact Center Student Program aligns and supports the University of Utah’s Strategy.
University of Utah Strategy
Title IX Statement
The University of Utah is committed to providing a supportive learning environment and fostering safe, healthy relationships among our students. To do so, the University will immediately and appropriately respond to reports of sexual misconduct, including the offenses of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
Title IX makes it clear that violence and harassment based on sex and gender are the most egregious forms of sex discrimination. University policy also prohibits discrimination based upon sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. These offenses are subject to the same accountability standards as offenses against individuals in any protected class and the same kinds of support are available.
When OEO receives a report of sexual misconduct, the university will respond by providing information about support and resources on campus and will also explain options for addressing the behavior including filing a Formal Complaint with the OEO under university policy and/or reporting to law enforcement. Supportive Measures are available to those who experience Sexual Misconduct, whether or not you choose to file a Formal Complaint or report to law enforcement.
Title IX Coordinator/Director
Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (OEO/AA)
135 Park Building
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Online reports may be submitted at oeo.utah.edu.
More information about the University policies can be found at our website at oeo.utah.edu. Relevant University of Utah’s policies can be found at:
Our student intern safety is important to us, as such we encourage student interns to use the following resources available to them through the University of Utah. In an emergency, dial 911 or seek a nearby emergency phone (throughout campus). Report any crimes or suspicious people to 801-585-COPS; this number will get you to a dispatch officer at the University of Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS; dps.utah.edu). If at any time, you would like to be escorted by a security officer to or from areas on campus, DPS will help — just give a call. The University of Utah seeks to provide a safe and healthy experience for students, employees, and others who make use of campus facilities. In support fo this goal, the University has established confidential resources and support services to assist students who may have been affected by harassment, abusive relationships, or sexual misconduct. A detailed listing of University Resources for campus safety can be found at https://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/campussafety.php
Our student and staff well-being is key to your personal safety. If you are in crisis, call 801-587-3000; help is close. The university has additional excellent resources to promote emotional and physical wellness, including the Counseling Center (https://counselingcenter.utah.edu), the Wellness Center (https://wellness.utah.edu), and the Women’s Resource Center (https://womenscenter.utah.edu). Counselors and advocates in these centers can help guide you to other resources to address a range of issues, including substance abuse and addiction.