Paid Intern Positions at DELTA and RGU:Union

RGU has just annouced a range of part-time paid intern positions with the Department for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching and Access. The role is for 'Project Support Interns' and will give a student an opportunity to support the various teams at DELTA on projects related to widening acces, study support, eLearning and digital media, analytics and student partnership, learning technology and student transitions. You would be responsible for supporting, developing and implementing specific projects to improve the experience for students.

The roles are paid £8.69 an hour, and the roles are flexible around studies, but would be for 7 - 12 hours a week. The roles for Analytics and Student Partnership and Student Transitions would work alongside RGU:Union to contribute to the work that is is doing, and the Student Transitions intern would work at RGU:Union to explore the transition of students through extra curricular activities. 

Only current RGU students can apply for the roles, which will close on Wednesday 5th October

Full details and applications can be found by clicking the titles below:
 

 

 

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