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Dr. Emmet J. Conrad Collegiate Internship Program

Named after Dr. Emmett J. Conrad, a renowned Dallas physician and educational advocate, the goal of the Conrad Collegiate Internship Program at UNT Dallas is to provide college students with mentors, character-building opportunities, and community service programs/projects. Established in 1993 to provide college students in the Senatorial District 23 the opportunity to secure and actively participate in internships, the program has provided paid summer internship opportunities for more than 2,500 students with viable employment experience in their majors or fields of interests. Interns are assigned to positions at area hospitals, city and state agencies, law firms, accounting and public relations companies, area corporations and other industries in their specific areas of interest. As an intern with the Conrad Leadership Program, students gain valuable work experience expanding their employment marketability, career choices, and leadership capabilities.

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Student Qualifications

Students enrolled in the Dr. Emmett J. Conrad Collegiate Internship Program must meet the following criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in a 4-year college/university as an undergraduate or graduate student, or enrolled in a medical, dental, or professional program.
  • Priority consideration provided to applicants who reside in Senatorial District 23.
  • Community service/volunteerism experience
  • Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA

Student Responsibilities/Benefits

  • Participate in an internship for 6 – 8 weeks
  • Complete several community service projects, mentoring meetings, and character building programs
  • Gain invaluable work experience that relates to current studies
  • Opportunity to network with professionals and students outside of their university

Additional information and application for the Dr. Emmett J. Conrad Collegiate Internship Program are available on the program website at