February 21, 2014, 7:00-8:30 pm
March 7, 2014, 5:00 pm
March 25th & 27th, 2014
March 28, 2014
April 10th, 2014 8:30-5:00 pm
Apr 11th, 2014 8:30-9:00 pm
April 24th, 2014
The Wings Leadership Intern Program offers a year of learning, skill building and personal development in all areas of life. We begin our 2014 internship program with an information evening on February 21, 2014.
The internship is a structured learning program that covers one year and parallels LifeWorks. Learning happens in the seminar room, in training evenings, and in job responsibilities managing some of Wings’ behind the scenes operations. It is facilitated by Kris King.
HOW THE WINGS INTERNSHIP BENEFITS YOU
Becoming a Wings Leadership Intern is a commitment to your own learning, personal vision and personal empowerment. You will gain greater self-awareness, become a master communicator, deepen all your relationships and have the time of your life while being in service to Wings and the LifeWorks participants.
The internship program offers 450 hours of training during the course of the year. College level credit for the internship is possible but the burden falls to each individual to work with their educational institution to determine eligibility. We will assist you when possible.
Being an intern was like starring in the movie “Groundhog’s Day”— the one where the main character kept repeating the same day over and over. Within the same event he could try on new behaviors and in doing so, he found he could create new results. The structure of LifeWorks created a similar form of continuity from which I could practice new behaviors and see immediate results. By the end of my internship, I knew what behaviors created the results I really wanted. It is the best personal development ‘laboratory’ I know of and it was the most transformative year of my life to date.—Sherrie Frank
The next internship cycle is April 2014 – April 2015.
The internship program has no tuition costs. You may have some travel and lodging expenses if you live outside the Eugene area. Interns often work out arrangements to share these expenses.