Paul Lindsey Interns

Here's an opportunity to learn more about education outside of the classroom — and get paid internships at the same time! Lindsey Interns build leadership and management skills through real-world experiences via public outreach programs, museums, and educational learning centers in various Tucson school districts. Funding is awarded per semester and varies based on graduate or undergraduate internships.

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Environmental Education Exchange
Environmental Education Exchange

Graduate information page Where Masters and Ph.D. students can learn more about the process to become a Paul Lindsey Intern, the eligibility requirements, and the deadlines.

Undergraduate information page Where undergraduate students can learn more about the process to become a Paul Lindsey Intern, the eligibility requirements, and the deadlines.

The College of Education recognizes the following Paul Lindsey Interns for their community service.

2018-2019 Graduate Students and agencies

  • La Toya Hinton, Language, Reading & Culture, Paulo Freire Freedom School
  • Jenna Hollander, Ed Psych, CommunityShare
  • Sarah Robison, Special Ed, Inspiring Connections Outdoors
  • Irma Sarmiento, Teaching and Teacher Education, AAUW Startsmart initiative
  • Kelly Smith, Language, Reading & Culture, Cooper Center
  • Garrison Tsinajinie, Special Ed, Imago Dei

2018-2019 Undergraduate Students and agencies 
Spring

    Fall

  • Thea Van Gorp, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership, Arizona State Museum
  • Joseph Sturm, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership, Ben's Bells
  • Daffne Valdivia, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership, Mexican Consulate

2017-2018 Graduate Students and agencies

2017-18 Undergraduate Students and agencies
    Spring

  • Nicole Del Principe, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a minor in Community Education, OMA
  • Brennen Feder, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership and with a minor in Business Administration, Coca-Cola
  • Adina Karp, Literacy, Learning and Leadership with minors in Special Education and Judaic Studies, Tucson JCC
  • Victoria Rodriguez, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a minor in Psychology, Higher Ground
  • Veronica Schuette, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a thematic minor, Goodwill
  • Angel Stone, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership, WOW community outreach
  • Maria Vasquez, Early Childhood Education BIL and Psychology with a minor in Spanish, Tu Nidito

     Fall

  • Hadasa Arguelles, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a minor in Special Education, Desert View High School
  • James Burton,  Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a thematic minor, Native Seeds
  • Hannah Gelleri, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a minor in Psychology, Casa de los Ninos
  • Judith Gramajo, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a minor in Spanish, AVID at Catalina High School
  • Rose Lyndie, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a thematic minor, Higher Ground
  • Nubia Velazco, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership with a minor in Spanish, Workability

    
2016-2017 Graduate Students and agencies

2016-17 Undergraduate Students and agencies
     Fall

     Spring