Economic Justice through Financial Literacy Intern

Center for Social Responsibility

Contact: Kate Moody  748-8750

Position Description:  Economic Justice through Financial Literacy Intern

The Economic Justice through Financial Literacy Internship with the Center for Social Responsibility is responsible for developing and implementing programming across campus focusing on teaching basic personal finance with the ultimate goal of breaking bad financial habits and giving students the tools to become economically stable and independent for their whole lives. The intern will be working closely with Kate Moody to build Ripon College’s budding financial literacy program; as such, ingenuity, a desire to help others, and good presentation skills are necessities for the candidate. Applicants need not have experience with personal finance and economic inequality; however, with guidance, they will be expected to gain a strong knowledge of these topics.

Specialized Skills:

  • Have an interest in economic inequality and personal finance
  • Have a strong desire to help others
  • Eager to learn about new things and teach others
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people
  • Ability to communicate well to fellow students
  • Outgoing

Hours per week:   4 to 7

Available Positions:  1