Morale, Welfare and Recreation Student Internships - Navy Region Northwest
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
September 21, 2018
Seasonal - Internship
Athletics/Sports/Fitness, Recreation, Recreation Programming, Special Events/Tourism
The Navy Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) Intern Program offers internship experiences that fit students’ academic and professional development needs. Our goal is to match students’ skills and objectives with installation FFR program departments that can mutually accommodate needs. As a management trainee, students learn how to apply educational concepts to real-world situations, as they discover a possible career path and complete university requirements to earn their degree. An added benefit is having a positive impact on the quality of life of the Navy community as you work side-by-side with employees to create and deliver programs, services and experiences for active-duty service members, their families and other eligible customers. Incumbent is assigned to assist in the operation of a specific FFR activity, e.g.; Outdoor Recreation, Single Sailor Program, Fitness, Child & Youth activities and Food & Beverage. Typical assignment may include planning, scheduling and publicizing of events, applying rules and regulations in supervising indoor and outdoor activities, setting up venues, scheduling and conducting tours and field trips. Visit www.navylifepnw.com to learn more about the program.
As many Navy FFR interns are interested in exploring career opportunities with us, we’re looking for the Navy Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) professional of the future. Eligible candidates are mature, independent and good role models for others, whether on duty or not. In order to be considered for an internship, you must meet the following criteria: Current enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate level degree program related to a Navy Fleet and Family Readiness program or operational function (i.e., recreation, hospitality, fitness/exercise science, sport management, child development, culinary arts, marketing). Minimum GPA (in major program area of study) of at least 2.5 and must be in good academic standing. Applicant must be a United States citizen and want to pursue a professional career similar to major. Applicant will have completed at least four semesters of college classes by the beginning of the internship. EEOE. Visit www.navylifepnw.com to learn more about the program.
Additional Salary Information: INCLUDES FREE HOUSING DURING INTERNSHIP
40 Hours per week
Not to exceed 120 days without prior approval
Internal Number: NAF18-197
About Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Fleet & Family Readiness, pride through “World Class Service”.
The Fleet & Family Readiness team provides services and sheltering that enhance quality of life at home and work. We serve as a catalyst for maximizing partnerships for the mental, physical, and social development of Department of Defense personnel, retirees and family members.
We believe in customer first philosophy in all decision making.
We shall provide an environment that builds collaborative relationships and promotes personal and professional growth.
We shall deliver service in a manner defined by the customer.
We shall meet customer needs in the most effective manner.
We shall encourage openness in thought, discussion, and action.
We shall foster innovative partnerships to design the new while building on the old.
We shall be an organization that generates synergy to maximize quality service.
We shall foster open communication throughout the organization.
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