We strive to provide as many opportunities as possible for students to develop personally, creatively, academically and professionally.
Norlin Scholars can develop leadership and professional skills as UEP Office Interns. Interns have a structured work environment, performing tasks crucial to the department’s functioning, including event planning, social media/communications, and more. They are hired, supervised and evaluated by the UEP Office Manager. The term of employment is the academic year, from fall through spring semesters, with possible summer employment as well. Interns learn what it means to work in a higher education context, and interns will work with each other and in collaboration with the Office Manager and Director of UEP.
When available, Norlin Scholars program can provide additional funding for special academic or professional activities or projects. If funds are available, students will receive an email indicating that is the case. It's a good idea to track all of your extra-curricular involvement within the community so that you can make a case for funding. You will find the guidelines here.
The University of Colorado Law School has an agreement with UEP to provide law school networking events. To encourage and aid in the application process for Norlin Scholars, the Law School will do the following:
The JD application is available at lsac.org beginning October 1 of each year. Please contact Kristine Jackson, Senior Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management, for any questions at email@example.com or 303-492-7085.