SAU Tech Student Earns Jenzabar Internship
Southern Arkansas University Tech (SAU Tech) is proud to announce that student Quindarius Green has been selected to participate in the 2021 Jenzabar Internship Program this summer on the SAU Tech campus.
Quindarius is a business administration major in his second year at SAU Tech. His instructor, Phyllis Hutson, stated, "During the last year, I have had him in several classes. He is an ambitious and conscientious student who has high leadership qualities and excellent work ethics. He is a Tech Scholar and has volunteered to help with various school events. I feel that he is a highly qualified applicant for this internship program."
Instructors nominate students and submit an application and the Jenzabar team selects students from each college. The Jenzabar Internship Program provides up to $2,500 per selected intern to work on campus in an office using a Jenzabar solution. This includes roles within the registrar’s office, financial aid, admissions, business office, and other departments across campus. As part of the participation, the selected intern participates in the 2021 Virtual Jenzabar Annual Meeting (JAM) June 2-4, 2021.
Since 2017, the Jenzabar Internship Program has provided opportunities for higher education students to get real-world, hands-on experience working with technology. The program allows interns to work with Jenzabar software on their institution’s campus, allowing them to learn more about higher education software and solutions as well as more generalized information technology. Interns can work in various departments across their campus as part of the program, including enrollment, advancement, IT, and more. All interns are employed by their institution and earn a competitive wage throughout their internship, funded by Jenzabar (https://jenzabar.com/blog/2021-jenzabar-internship-program-nomination-window-is-open).