Internship Opportunity at Knowledge Capital Group

Local healthcare consulting firm Knowledge Capital Group [KCG] seeks a dynamic, motivated, and detail-oriented student with a healthy desire to grow in a challenging, respectful, and diversified work environment.

The opportunity: Responsibilities will include general office management duties, supporting staff on client deliverable production, conducting industry research and analysis, and other tasks as needed. The intern will interface with all members of the team and will report directly to Honors alumna Misty Antonacci, Consultant.

Great fit for: Marketing / Communications / Business administration Mathematics / Public health.

The benefits: Gain dynamic experience in a professional environment and hone your skills in marketing, business writing, communication, and more.

  • Honors Connection: There’s also potential for long-term, post-grad success with the company. Several Honors students who have interned with the company in the past excelled in their roles and were ultimately hired on as full-time employees upon graduation.

How to apply: Read below for qualification and compensation details, then submit your resume here! by December 21st, 2022.


  • Enrolled as a Senior [preferred] or Junior in the College of Charleston Honors College
  • Marketing and graphic design experience a plus
  • Business writing experience a plus
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products; experience with MS Outlook a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated organization skills and strong problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work under deadlines/time constraints

Compensation: $11.50/hour Between 8-12 hours/week on average

To apply: Please send your resume here, by December 21st, 2022. Learn more about KCG through their website (, or read about KCG’s history with the Honors College here (

The Honors Center Upstairs Study Space will be Closed Starting December 3

The Honors Center is getting a facelift. The college is making some upgrades to the upstairs space in the Honors Center, to make it a brighter and more welcoming spot to study. The downside: we have to shut down the space while they work.

This means the second floor of the Honors Center will be unavailable for student use beginning Saturday, December 3.

We realize taking the study space offline during finals is less than ideal, but the timeline was our best option to get most of the work completed during winter break.

If you’re looking for a spot to study, we’ve always found our friends in Addlestone Library to be incredibly accommodating.

Honors Business Program Hosts its First Ever Annual Meeting

Are you a student in Honors Business Program? Or considering a degree within the school of business? Learn how to get the most out of your Honors experience. Join us for the first ever:

Annual Meeting of the Honors Business Program
Wednesday, November 30, 4 to 5:30 p.m., Wells Fargo Auditorium (Beatty 115)

This event will feature the following topics:

  • Scholarship programs
  • Graduate programs
  • Career service/Internships
  • Study abroad programs
  • And much more

Representatives from each department and program at the School of Business will be there to talk with you at and after the meeting. The Associate Dean of the School of Business, Dr. Messal and the Associate Dean of the Honors College, Dr. Ganaway will also join us.

No reservation necessary. ALL Honors students are welcome. Even if you are not a business major/minor or have not declared your major/minor, you are invited.

For more details contact Dr. Hao-Chen Liu, Director of the Honors Business Program (

CEO of an Arts Advocacy Nonprofit Seeks an Administrative Intern

A Charleston-based arts manager and current CEO of International Arts & Artists is seeking a student intern with an arts-based background.

The Opportunity: The founder and long-time CEO is looking for a personal assistant to help support his work on both IA&A projects and other artistic endeavors. The intern will assist with professional correspondence, proposal writing, industry research, database management, and other administrative tasks as needed.

  • This is an in-person opportunity located in downtown Charleston (~18-minute walk from campus, with parking available)
  • 12 hours/week commitment (need is immediate)
  • Potentially a paid internship, commensurate with experience

Great Fit For: Arts Managers / Aspiring non-profit administrators / Artistic entrepreneurs / Anyone looking to break in with the art world

  • Must be extremely attentive to detail, have strong writing skills, efficient, and willing to learn

How to Apply: Contact David Furchgott to express interest in the position and find out the next steps in the application process.

Refugee Reception and Placement Internship Program

Majoring in International Studies? Want to work with the local refugee community? Consider interning with the Refugee Reception and Placement Program, administered through Lutheran Services Carolinas.

The opportunity: Multiple in-person internships are available to help support LSC’s refugee resettlement efforts; interns will help with logistics, administrative work, community outreach, educational workshops, and even conduct research and become experts in international migration.

  • You can even take this CofC sponsored internship for credit, counting as INTL 401.

Great fit for: International Studies / Political Science / Anthropology / Women’s and Gender Studies

How to apply: The deadline to apply for spring semester is November 21; read below for more details and application instructions, and contact Sarah Koellner ( or Blake Scott ( with questions.

Refugee Reception and Placement Internship Program

Location: North Charleston, South Carolina

Dates: Each semester (minimum 3 months, 40 hours per credit hour), based on College of Charleston calendar

Suitable Discipline/s: International Studies, Political Science, Anthropology, Women’s and Gender Studies

Academic credit: INTL 401, with the potential of counting for the Global Studies concentration

About the Organization

Lutheran Services Carolinas is a faith-based health and human services organization that supports refugees arriving to North and South Carolina as part of the US State Department’s Reception and Placement Program. Currently in the Charleston area, LSC is providing services to refugees from Afghanistan, Congo, and Ukraine, including refugees from various parts of Latin America and the Caribbean.

LSC helps refugees with the resettlement process in the United States, assisting with arrival, housing, employment, healthcare, education, and in general, helping them adjust to their new community.

In partnership with the College of Charleston’s International Studies Program, LSC is offering internship opportunities for students interested in issues of international migration, cross- cultural communication, and community outreach. Below are some of the sample activities interns would participate in:

  1. Work closely with an LSC case manager to support refugees (families, children, and individuals) resettled in Charleston.
  2. Help with logistics and administrative tasks at LSC’s Charleston office.
  3. Engage in community outreach and public education programming to create more cultural awareness and cross-cultural competency in Charleston about issues related to international migration.
  4. Read an interdisciplinary collection of sources focused on issues of international migration, and develop a reading guide for LSC volunteers and staff.
  5. Support LSC in educational workshops for refugees and volunteers

Eligibility and How to Apply

  1. Students should have completed International Studies courses at the 100 and 200 levels at the College of Charleston campus before applying for this internship.
  2. Students should demonstrate in their application materials how their studies and previous experiences could contribute to LSC’s work.
  3. Students who are interested in a career in international migration or international development are especially encouraged to apply.
  4. Send the following application materials to Sarah Koellner ( and Blake Scott ( a 1-2 page cover letter, resume, and the contact information for two references. Please let us know for which position (see below) you are applying for.

Application Deadline for internships:

  • November 21 for Spring semester
  • February 15 for Summer semester
  • April 15 for Fall semester

Current internship positions with LSC

Community Engagement Intern

Time commitment: 15 hours a week

Location: In person at the LSC office, North Charleston


  • Assist with weekly communication and coordination of volunteers
  • Research potential partner organizations and compile contact information
  • Help onboard new Circle of Welcome teams
  • Serve as a liaison between the College of Charleston’s refugee task force and LSC
  • Assist in event/training planning and execution
  • Assist with volunteer documentation and other office tasks
  • Catalog and sort donations and provide donors with appropriate forms
  • Other duties as assigned by the Outreach Coordinator

Refugee Resettlement Intern

Time commitment: 15 hours a week

Location: In person at the LSC office, North Charleston


  • Assist case management staff with pre-arrival duties such as applications for public benefits, locating housing, organizing airport reception
  • Make appointments for clients when necessary
  • Assist the case manager in providing services to clients (education, health services, housing, food, transportation, legal services)
  • Assist with other administrative tasks including updating case files and documentation
  • Assist staff with identification of needs and coordination of the appropriate referrals to meet those needs
  • Attend home visits with case management staff and assist with case notes
  • Transport items to and from clients as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Refugee Employment Intern

Time commitment: 15 hours a week

Location: In person at the LSC office, North Charleston


  • Complete trainings on state and Office on Refugee Resettlement employment programs, including Refugee Social Services, Refugee Assistance Program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and Matching Grant
  • Provide support to Employment Specialist staff through case noting, documentation, and other administrative tasks
  • Assist in referring refugee clients to community-based resources that will reduce barriers to employment, including but not limited to childcare resources, ESL services, financial literacy training, transportation, mental health resources,
  • Provide support for Matching Grant orientations, Job Readiness Training, and Financial Literacy Training
  • As needed, teach refugee clients how to pay rent, utilities, etc. and provide budgeting and financial education
  • Provide bus training to refugees as needed
  • Other duties as assigned by Area Manager and/or Employment Specialist staff

Apply Now to Serve as a 2023 SPECTRA LEADer

The College’s SPECTRA program is seeking outstanding students to serve as SPECTRA LEADers for the Summer II (July 8 – August 4, 2023) session.

The opportunity: LEADers are responsible for general supervision of an assigned group of SPECTRA students, serving as a role model, facilitating and planning bonding activities, enforcing policies, providing feedback, and more.

Great fit for: Students who are committed to leadership through service to others and are passionate about assisting freshman (AALANA) African American, Latino, Asian, Native American, or Pacific Islander students make a smooth transition from high school to college are asked to apply.

How to apply: Links to the full job description and application are available online. The Application deadline is Friday, December 16, 2022, by noon.

Serve as an Overnight Host to a Prospective Student during Honors Interview Weekend

The Honors College is seeking hosts to help with Honors Interview Weekend.

The Opportunity: The annual Honors College Interview Weekend will be held Friday, February 3 – Saturday, February 4 this spring, and we need current students living on campus to serve as an overnight host for prospective students who will be attending the event.

  • The time commitment runs from late Friday afternoon through Friday evening and wraps up Saturday morning (see below for more details).

The Benefits: By hosting prospective students, you get a chance to share with them why you chose CofC Honors and to support them during the college decision process. You will also be helping our Honors College team out; this event is absolutely not possible without student hosts.

How to Sign Up: Please complete the following survey by January 12. If you have any questions, you can email Mary Moser at or stop into the Honors Center and speak with her directly.


FAQs About Serving as an Interview Weekend Host:

  • You must be living on-campus in order to serve as a host
  • The prospective students will bring their own bedding and will anticipate sleeping on floors, common room couches, etc.
  • Please note that you will be expected to follow all Residence Life policies, such as checking in and staying with your guests at all times
  • As a host, you will need to attend a brief training session prior to the weekend

Time Commitment Timeline:

Friday, Feb.3

4:00-5:00 p.m. Meet and move in your prospective students

6:15 p.m. Drop prospective students off for dinner

8:00 p.m. Pick up prospective students

Saturday, Feb. 4

8:00-8:30 a.m. Drop off your prospective students and their belongings


Honors is Hiring 2023 Peer Facilitators!

Apply to serve as a peer mentor to the class of 2027 next fall

The opportunity: BGS Peer Facilitators are a critical part of the BGS first year experience, serving as a mentor, teacher, advisor, coach, and crucial connecting link for first year students.

  • As paid student workers ($10/hr), PFs receive training from the Center for Excellence in Peer Education and get to help shape the curriculum for the next BGS class.

Benefits include: Developing leadership skills / Connecting with faculty and staff / Building community within Honors / Getting paid!

How to apply: Download the Peer Facilitator application and submit 1) the completed app, 2) your resume, and 3) unofficial transcript to by Wednesday, November 16 at noon.

  • Go deeper: check out the full job description below for more details.

HONS 100: Beyond George Street (BGS) Peer Facilitator Job Description

The Honors College is seeking Honors students to serve as Peer Facilitators for the HONS 100: Beyond George Street course to be taught in Fall 2023. Students will be selected based on individual BGS performance, review of the application, statement of interest, and interview.

Selected students will be required to complete the PF training course through the Center for Excellence in Peer Education during Spring 2023. The course will be offered in Express I and Express II.

Express I         MW     3:50 – 5:30pm

Express II       TR       3:45 – 5:30 pm

Students will receive 2 credit hours for the course and may choose from either of the times above.

Peer Facilitators will commit to at least 7 hours per week in Fall 2023, including class meeting time and one BGS Team meeting per week. Students will be paid $10/hour.

The Peer Facilitator Application Deadline is Wednesday, November 16th at noon. Applications can be downloaded directly from the HUB and should be submitted to as pdfs.

Peer Facilitator Requirements:

  • Member of the Honors College in good standing
  • Either currently enrolled or completed Honors First Year Experience (BGS and Honors Engaged)
  • Availability to take Spring 2023 Express training course at one of the times listed above
  • Attend Spring 2023 retreat (to be held on one of the first three Saturdays/Sundays in April)
  • Attend Fall 2023 retreat which will be held the Thursday before the 1st day of class
  • Willingness to plan Fall 2023 schedule to accommodate Honors BGS (this includes keeping the time for our weekly team meeting open and keeping the period before and after the assigned class meeting time open)
  • No more than 15 hours of course load in Fall 2023 (negotiable in some cases)
  • No more than 15 hours of outside activities – including other jobs/clubs/sports

Preference will be given to students who meet the following criteria:

  • Those with a GPA of 3.4 or higher
  • Those with exemplary work when they were BGS students
  • Those who plan to take no more than 15 hours in Fall 2023
  • Those who have reasonable time commitments in Fall 2023 that do not detract from BGS PF responsibilities