Campus Community - Virtual: College Corps & Long Beach Community Internship Program (LBCIP) Info Session
Come learn about the program and ask us questions during this virtual session!
California State University, Long Beach is proud to be among the selected 45 campuses statewide for the inaugural #CaliforniansForAll College Corps.
This initiative is the first of its kind in the state of California and will provide opportunities for college students to tackle state-wide challenges and support and learn from community organizations working in key priority areas. The focus of the program is to:
- Engage college students in meaningful internship opportunities that build leadership skills, civic responsibility, and self-confidence;
- Help low-income students from diverse backgrounds graduate college with less debt;
- Support the work of community-based organizations as they build more equitable communities and address societal challenges related to climate change and environmental justice, food insecurity and K-12 education
Long Beach Community Internship Program (LBCIP)
Internships open doors for student job placement. However, for students who need part-time jobs and financial aid to pay for college, unpaid internships are impossible to complete. The Long Beach Community Internship Program (LBCIP) is a collaborative internship program that creates pathways for CSULB juniors and seniors who are Long Beach Promise Students to engage in meaningful paid internship opportunities while they apply coursework to real world settings, hone professional skills, network, and explore local career opportunities.
We are intentional about establishing a COMMUNITY of support for interns that includes LBCIP Team members, internship course instructors, and supervisors at their internship site placements.